Indigenous Peoples

Rania Masri Speech: ' Mr.Obama, What Is Barbaric?'

Rania Masri A very moving speech by Rania Masri, the keynote speaker, during the 'Texas For Gaza' protest on August 2, 2014 in Austin, Texas. We apologize that the first words and last minutes of the speech were not captured due to phone recording problems. The opening began with, "Yesterday, the Obama administration said that … Continue reading Rania Masri Speech: ' Mr.Obama, What Is Barbaric?'

Witness To An International Crime: Israeli State Terrorism In Gaza

For more half a century, Israel has gotten away with breaking every international law and covenant in its treatment of Palestinians. “The material basis of the Israeli colonial project is dependent on the continued expansion and expropriation of Palestinian land and the subordination of Palestinian people.” “The latest assault on the Palestinian people is a … Continue reading Witness To An International Crime: Israeli State Terrorism In Gaza

The Assault On Iraqi Agriculture: U.S. Modern Day Gene-ocide

By Daniel Stone Introduction ~ Cognitive Liberty U.S. Rape Culture: The U.S. not only rapes, pillages and plunders, it literally sows its seed to rot and ruin the land it occupies from the inside out. Was it not crime enough to alter the reproductive lives of Iraqis through depleted uranium, strontium, and other yet to … Continue reading The Assault On Iraqi Agriculture: U.S. Modern Day Gene-ocide

'Idle No More': Indigenous Peoples Urgent Environmental And Human Rights Message

It is being called the largest indigenous mass mobilization in recent history. 'Idle No More' is an Indigenous Peoples Movement Spreading across N.America and the world with an urgent environmental and Human Rights message You may not have heard yet of the ‘Idle No More’ movement, but you will; it’s momentum has been steadily growing … Continue reading 'Idle No More': Indigenous Peoples Urgent Environmental And Human Rights Message

Once Columbus

I love Columbus Day. Each year I recall the simple song I learned as a child about the man who “discovered” America. I still recall the innocent boy whose imagination was taken by the story of adventure and discovery. In fourteen hundred and ninety two Columbus sailed the ocean blue. On Columbus Day, I reflect … Continue reading Once Columbus

Lakotas Defend Land From Tarsand Profitiers

Written by Brenda Norrell The Pine Ridge Project is a collaborative effort between photographer Aaron Huey and artists Shepard Fairey and Ernesto Yerena, taking the stoy of the Lakota and other tribes fighting for treaty rights, straight to the public in the form of street posters and billboards. Lakotas arrested blocking tarsands trucks on Lakota … Continue reading Lakotas Defend Land From Tarsand Profitiers