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Native American Woman Dies in Jail Begging for Help Officers Told Her to Quit Faking
World  (tags: Sarah Lee Circle Bear, Lakota woman, dies in jail, denied medical care, bond violation )

Dandelion
- 30 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
Sarah Lee Circle Bear age 24 a Lakota woman was jailed on an alleged bond violation over a suspected DUI charge. Circle Bear was booked into jail and would not leave alive. Sarah was also a mother to two sons ages 1 and 2 never to feel her love again.
A Major Supplier of U.S. Seafood Is Among the Worst Countries for Modern Slavery ~ PETITION ATTACHED ~ PLEASE SIGN!
World  (tags: Human Rights, modern slavery, slave labor, Thailand, news, government, ethics, crime, politics, world )

Carrie
- 26 days ago - takepart.com
For two years running, the State Department has listed Thailand as one of the worst countries for slave labor ~ but it doesn't receive the same sanctions as other nations on the list.
Sad About Cecil? These African Animals Are Slaughtered By the Thousands
World  (tags: Animal Rights, animal deaths, South Sudan, conservation, civil war, violence, ethics, government, crime, conflict, world, news, humans )

Carrie
- 27 days ago - thedailybeast.com
South Sudan's civil war has been a disaster for humans and animals alike. Soldiers on both sides have turned the slaughter of giraffes and other animals into an industry.Conservationists say the "charismatic megafauna" are nearly wiped out here.
Stop Destroying Precious Forests for Furniture
World  (tags: world, asia, trees, forests, petition to sign )

Rose
- 17 days ago - forcechange.com
arget: President of the PeopleâEUR(TM)s Republic of China, Xi Jinxing Goal: Stop the import of illegal wood in China.
Rabbis, Palestinian Peace Activists Unite in Show of Solidarity Against Violence
World  (tags: politics, middle-east, news, world, peace, humanrights, humans )

Cal
- 25 days ago - jpost.com
In the sweltering heat of Sunday afternoon and the bitter atmosphere of recent days, some 150 people gathered in the Etzion settlement bloc to condemn the slaying of Ali Dawabsha, the Palestinian toddler who was burnt to death in the village of Duma on
U.S. Officials Make Contact With Rep for Cecil the Lion's Killer Amid Extradition Calls ~ TEXT and VIDEO
World  (tags: Animal Rights, Cecil the Lion, Walter Palmer, Zimbadwe, violence, crime, death, ethics, news, world, corruption )

Carrie
- 28 days ago - washingtonpost.com
"We are appealing to the responsible authorities for his extradition to Zimbabwe so that he can be held accountable for his illegal action," Zimbabwe's environment minister Oppah Muchinguri said at a news conference on Friday, according to Reuters.
Western Wildfires: Experts From Australia Will Help U.S. Firefighters
World  (tags: firefighters, New Zealand, Australia, wildfires, western usa, Washington State, spreading flames )

Dandelion
- 7 days ago - nbcnews.com
More than 70 firefighting experts from Australia and New Zealand will travel to the United States to help tackle deadly wildfires across the West as local officials warned they could not keep up with the spread of the flames.
Unfinished Business: Ecuador Continues to Manage Its Refugee Population
World  (tags: world, politics, Refugees&Relief, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', news )

Cal
- 18 days ago - truth-out.org
Ecuador, a country that attracts millions of tourists annually to its breathtaking Amazonian rainforests and Galapagos Islands, has also become a top destination for thousands of desperate refugees
Lebanon's Got 99 Problems and Trash Is Just One
World  (tags: politics, middle-east, world, Lebanon, freedoms, society, violence, humanrights, government )

Cal
- 2 days ago - globalpost.com
Protesters clashed with police in central Beirut for a second night on Sunday, as a campaign that began with demands to solve an ongoing trash problem developed into a major crisis for the Lebanese government.
Our Appeal to Pope Francis - Petition
World  (tags: The Doctrine of Discovery, Inter Caetera Papal Bull, 1493, adverse policy, indigenous people, Pope Francis, revoke, rescind )

Dandelion
- 16 days ago - romeroinstitute.org
The Doctrine of Discovery issued as the Inter Caetera Papal Bull of May 4th, 1493 continues to adversely and insidiously influence policy decisions directed towards indigenous peoples across North and South America. Pope Francis please revoke and rescind
Gen. Karake's Arrest: Another Crack in the Kagame Regime
World  (tags: Emmanuel Karenzi Karake, Rwanda, justice, ending impunity, crimes aginst humanity )

Nancy
- 21 days ago - pambazuka.net
The US Department of State, then led by Secretary Hillary Clinton, requested a privilege for Kagame that even former President Bill Clinton was unable to obtain as president. The privilege was immunity from a US civil lawsuit on the basis of Kagame...
Cecil the Lion and Robert Mugabe
World  (tags: Human Rights, Animal Rights, Zimbadwe, Robert Mugabe, corruption, crime, ethics, freedoms, government, politics, death, society, humans, news, interesting, violence )

Carrie
- 23 days ago - newyorker.com
Four months before a Minnesota dentist killed Cecil the lion, Mugabe celebrated his 91st birthday with a feast of wildlife. The menu included dishes of young elephant, killed especially for a party with twenty thousand of Mugabe's supporters.
Pamunkey Becomes No. 567 First Federally Recognized Tribe in Virginia
World  (tags: Pamunkey, Federally recognized tribe, #567, Native Americans )

Dandelion
- 19 days ago - indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com
Is unfortunate that another government must recognize the people who were here first instead of the other way around but this is something that is important for the Pamunkey people. I'm delighted for them.
Protests Against President Shut Down Ecuador
World  (tags: Ecuador, President Correa, indigenous, protests, Ecuador shut down )

Dandelion
- 13 days ago - wagingnonviolence.org
If we do not get answers we are prepared to continue the protest for two days or 15 days. Whatever it takes to open the deaf ears of President Correa. Indigenous groups led the way with protests and blockades all over the country. We could learn from them
 

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