“When there are no more salmon, there will be no more Winnemem Wintu people.”
America’s twisted priorities.
It’s important to remember a few key things about the Paris Climate Accord and about our country’s identity.
After decades of opposition, the Loop 202 proposal is pushing forward. The public has until this Friday to respond to US Army Corps of Engineers.
The outcome of this standoff might very well forever shape the future of indigenous rights – for better or for worse.
We need the world’s help now in sharing the story of these marginalized first peoples situated just #300kmSouth of Marrakech.
Hundreds of people are being arrested, subjected to strip searches, and forced back on public and unceded treaty lands as graves and sacred sites are destroyed.
One in three Native women will be raped in her lifetime. And your “costume” isn’t helping.
Unarmed Native American citizens watch as the first shots are fired at Standing Rock.
Deia Schlosberg captured footage of a North Dakota tar sand pipeline protest and may now spend half her life in prison because of it.
Indigenous rights, environmental rights, and freedom of the press all get stomped on again.
While America was focused on the Debate last night, the US Court of Appeals denied Standing Rock its injunction on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Tulare Union changed the name, not the attitude.
We are grateful for the people who have shown up to defend the sacred global lifeblood, the five-fingered human clan demonstrating compassion and grit.
If you were to listen to our stories, you would know the censorship of our Tribal truth is modern-day genocide.
The moment history was made, I knew I had to do my part to join the fight for Standing Rock.