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Happy Farce Day   video
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Happy Farce Day, No Dapl, Native American, Indians, decolonization, water protectors, water if life )

Dandelion
- 140 days ago - youtube.com
Native Americans do not feel July 4th is a day to celebrate. Is a day to remember they are colonized. This year I would like to remember those who stood up against the pipeline. The warriors who remember what we are truly fighting for, our life and water
This Nation Was Founded on Genocide
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Lawrence O'Donnell, American Indian, Last Word, Native American, Standing Rock, water, enemy, Nation of Genocide )

Dandelion
- 438 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
Lawrence O Donnell said on his last word. From the start of colonial intrusion the free and original peoples of this hemisphere have been treated as enemies and dealt with more harshly than any other enemy in any other war.
Executive Clemency for Leonard Peltier.
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: usa, u.s., freedoms, ethics, President Barack Obama, Leonard Peltier, commute, sentences, leniency, Native American, political, prisoner, Lakota, Ojibwa )

Darren
- 473 days ago - change.org
Granting freedom to a Native American Indian--a Lakota/Ojibwa--after he has done forty (40) years hard time in federal prison for crimes he did not commit will at last show the world community there is compassion and humaneness in the United States
Stand Up For Native Children! ACTION
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: indigenous children, Native American, usa, human rights, government )

Nancy
- 1254 days ago - signforgood.com
There's just no way around it: the federal government has failed our American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian children. That's why it's high time we took action to better protect and support Native children in this country.
Who Killed Anna Mae?
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: government, Anna Mae Pictou Aquash, Native American, Civil rights, cover-up, corruption, crime, abuse, death, murder )

Dee
- 1303 days ago - nytimes.com
On Feb. 24, 1976, a rancher in South Dakota was installing a fence on land situated along the edge of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation when he spotted a body at the bottom of a 30-foot embankment.
Incident At Oglala   video
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Incident At Oglala, American Indian, Native American, AIM, Wounded Knee, Leonard Peltier, Political prisoner, frame up, history, South Dakota, USA, movie )

Dandelion
- 1469 days ago - youtube.com
Produced and narrated by Robert Redford, directed by Michael Apted, 'Incident at Oglala' bares the bones of "one of the most infamous political frame-ups in modern U.S. history."
The Obama Administration and the American Indian
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: activism, American Indian, Native American, Politics, President Obama, worldwide hippies news )

Joseph
- 2168 days ago - worldwidehippies.com
The White House's policy towards American Indians is better than it in past administrations, but still not consistently good enough
Tribes Question Foster Group's Power And Influence
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Native American, children, Congress, Indian Child Welfare Act, foster care, South Dakota, reservations )

RosemaryR
- 2180 days ago - npr.org
.... State officials say Children's Home and other organizations like it are necessary. But Native American tribes say their children don't need to be there. Instead, they should be placed with their relatives or tribal members.
ACTION ALERT: SIGN PETITION: Grant Clemency to Native American Activist Leonard Peltier Without Delay
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: ACTION ALERT: SIGN PETITION, U.S. ONLY, President Obama, Clemency, Leonard Peltier, Native American, freedom, justice, Time-Sensitive Signatures )

RosemaryR
- 2246 days ago - wwws.whitehouse.gov
10th Circuit Court of Appeals: "...Much of the government's behavior... and its prosecution of Leonard Peltier is to be condemned. The government withheld evidence. It intimidated witnesses. These facts are not disputed." While others were acquitted ...
Profile: Melinda Gopher, Blackfeet/Ojibwe, Eyes US House
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Native American, woman, seeks, US house )

Lone
- 2748 days ago - billingsgazette.com
HELENA -- Through her family's history, Melinda Gopher knows that one person can make a difference, no matter how difficult the odds or how great the financial disadvantages
San Manuel Supports American Indian Veterans Memorial
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Native American, veterans, memorial )

Lone
- 2804 days ago - sbsun.com
RIVERSIDE - They were among the Marines who raised the stars and stripes atop Mount Suribachi during the World War II Battle of Iwo Jima. American Indian code talkers from 13 tribes relayed critical communications using their native languages to stump
American Indian Group Is First To Back DOJ Tax Nominee in 2010
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Native American, woman, tax division, nominee )

Lone
- 2840 days ago - mainjustice.com
The All Indian Pueblo Council, a group representing 20 Pueblo Indian Nations in the Southwest, announced its support for Tax Division nominee Mary L. Smith, a member of the Cherokee Nation, in a letter to Senate leaders last week. This is the second time
Leonard Peltier: Latest Statement
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Indigenous, political prisoner, injustice, "JustUs", freedom, corruption, FBI cover up, support, Native American, action, international campaign, human rights )

Brigitte
- 2841 days ago - freepeltiernow.org
Like the many families directly affected by this whole series of events, my family's tears have not been in short supply. Our tears have joined all the tears from over 500 years of oppression.
Native American Boy Fights Texas School Over Hair Cut
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: abuse, Human rights, Indigenous rights, Native American, religious rights, child, ethics, school, Texas )

Brigitte
- 3062 days ago - examiner.com
A Native American boy is fighting a Texas school district for the right to keep his long hair. A small rural school district in Fort Bend County Texas wants to force Adriel Arocha to cut his hair in compliance with the terms of the school district's dress
Guest Opinion: Indian Colleges: One of U.S.'s Best-Kept Secrets
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: native american, american indian, college, Higher Education, disparity, unfair, congress, dishonesty, economy, government, lies, propaganda )

Chakwaina
- 3248 days ago - billingsgazette.net
"It was appropriations time and I was frankly shocked to discover that a federally chartered college like Howard University, a school for African-American students, was getting $13,000 per student while the tribally controlled Indian colleges were getting
 

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