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Six Nations People Arrested; Hwy 6 Shut Down in Response to Police Raid of Housing Development Protest
by Donna Duric and Lynda Powless / The Turtle Island News CALEDONIA, ONT. – Roads have been blocked and tires set on fire, and some Six Nations Elected Council members are asking for an emergency meeting, after Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) arrests of Six Nations people protesting a housing development site sparked shutdowns of Argyle […]
from Unistoten.camp The work of the Unist’ot’en Healing Centre has continued despite the ongoing invasion of the Yin’tah by CGL and the RCMP, and the health impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic. The struggle of Black communities for Black Lives during this time has both added to a shared revolutionary movement for Liberation while also […]
by Max Rivlin-Nadler / KPBS Just before dawn on Friday, members of the Kumeyaay Nation set out to protest the construction of a border wall atop their ancestral lands in the Laguna Mountains. The youth-led group said the government has refused to consult with them to identify possible heritage sites they say the massive construction […]
By Makenzie Huber and Erin Bormett Sioux Falls Argus Leader Protesters are demonstrating against President Donald Trump’s arrival in the Black Hills ahead of the return of the Mount Rushmore fireworks display Friday night and blocking a road to the monument with vans. Several vans blocked Highway 16A, or Iron Mountain Road, and protesters stood […]
‘An Attack on Indigenous People’: Mount Rushmore Trump Event Denounced as Racist, Dangerous, and Disrespectful
“We won’t be social distancing,” said the South Dakota governor. by Andrea Germanos President Donald Trump’s planned July 3 fireworks ceremony at Mount Rushmore is facing sustained criticism over its risks to public health and the environment and is being rebuked as “an attack on Indigenous people.” A crowd of 7,500 people is estimated for […]
by Victoria Schneider SAHN, Sierra Leone — The day they came, Margaret Fascia was in her forest garden of cocoa trees, pineapple plants, palms, ferns and cassavas. Like most days of the week, she was working, looking after the crops that feed her family. But she was afraid. Word had gotten around that a foreign […]
by Robert Bociaga / Mongabay Myanmar hosts more than 100 ethnic groups with their own customary systems of land and forest management. Recent amendments to land law conflict with those systems, however, with critics warning that the new provisions may facilitate land grabbing and displacement of tribal communities. Tribal members say the changes to the […]
How a “Bunch of Badass Queer Anarchists” Are Teaming Up With Locals to Block a Pipeline Through Appalachia
by Mason Adams / Mother Jones “Life in these mountains ain’t always been easy, so people around here take a stand when they see something they don’t agree with—and I’m one of them,” says walrus-mustached Jammie Hale in his thick southwestern Virginia mountain accent. “People that grow up in places like this, seeing their environment […]
Announced as a big step forward, the new rules will greatly facilitate the takeover of unregistered ancestral Indigenous lands by landgrabbers, permitting use by loggers, cattle ranchers, soy growers, and other outsiders.