Category: Indigenous

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John Pilger: Australia’s Day for Secrets, Flags and Cowards

Last week it was announced that Immigration officials had spent $400,000 on medals which they will award their heroic selves

New Internationalist Editorial: ‘Indigenous people were silenced and erased’

An open letter from the Wretched of the Earth bloc to the organizers of the People’s Climate March of Justice and Jobs.  On 7 December, indigenous activists from across the world kayaked down the River Seine to protest against the removal of the protection of indigenous rights as a crucial aspect of the climate treaty being Read more…

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Marina Sitrin: Against Thanksgiving – for Indigenous People’s History

There is a conscious choice to ignore the history and politics of Thanksgiving, together with the history that surrounds it

Sarah Yozzo: Thanksgiving: celebrating the privilege to forget

Capitalism eats the lives of occupied peoples, collateral damage in a process of wealth accumulation

Eriel Deranger: The fight against tar sands is about more than the environment

Over the past half century a social justice revolution has unfolded and contributed to the realisation that environmental movements have serious shortcomings, including the role they play in the continued oppression of others

Pamela D. Palmater: Canada Is in a Crisis of Epic Proportions

Indigenous peoples, the environment and basic human rights and freedoms have all been sacrificed under Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government

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Robert Jensen: Politicizing Columbus Day

Although the movement to stop honoring Christopher Columbus with a holiday is gaining support, most of white America would prefer to avoid the subject

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Kevin Zeese: War Culture, What’s It Good For?

How does the US move from a country dominated by war culture to one dominated by a humanitarian culture?

Julian Brave NoiseCat: Indigenous Leaders Want Pope Francis To Rescind Bull Justifying Imperialism

The Doctrine of Discovery, which allowed taking indigenous land 500 years ago, still underpins Indian law in the U.S.

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David Bacon: The Pacific Coast Farm Worker Rebellion

Mixtec and Triqui farm workers in the U.S. and Mexico also share a common history of labor organizing

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