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4
Mar
2015

The Apache Way: The March to Oak Flat

Roger Hill, Truthout: In the "Copper Triangle" of Arizona, the Apache are fighting to protect their sacred land from mining giant Rio Tinto and Arizona Republicans. One major concern among the Apache community is that mining could contaminate the reservation's aquifer.

http://truth-out.org/news/item/29428-the-apache-way-the-march-to-oak-flat

8
Jan
2013

Idle No More

Video

''We are not going to be silenced, no more!'' ''Idle No More'' is a worldwide indigenous movement started by the First Nation Tribes of Canada as a way to help protect the Constitutional Treaty Rights of the Indian Act.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article33543.htm

2
Feb
2012

Hatuey: The First American Freedom Fighter

By William Loren Katz

This February 2nd stands as the 500th anniversary of the death of Hatuey, an Indigenous American fighter for independence from colonialism not mentioned in the same breath as Patrick Henry, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article30416.htm

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2010

28
Dec
2009

Tribes buy back America, acres at a time

MSNBC

12/27/09

Native American tribes tired of waiting for the U.S. government to honor centuries-old treaties are buying back land where their ancestors lived and putting it in federal trust. Native Americans say the purchases will help protect their culture and way of life by preserving burial grounds and areas where sacred rituals are held. They also provide land for farming, timber and other efforts to make the tribes self-sustaining...

http://tinyurl.com/yh7bsuc


Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

11
Dec
2009

Stop the U.S. Energy Industry's War on Native Peoples and Lands

Indigenous Activists March on U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen Urging Obama to "Stop the U.S. Energy Industry's War on Native Peoples and Lands".

http://www.commondreams.org/video/2009/12/10-1

6
Dec
2009

We All Breathe the Same Air and Drink the Same Water

Kyra Ryan, Inter Press Service: "Some 8,000 kilometres from the Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Native American environmental experts from 66 tribes came together at a summit here this week to address the most pressing needs in their communities - problems, all emphasised, that know no geographic boundaries."

http://www.truthout.org/12060905

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