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10/04/2020
Shahid Buttar for Congress

Join Water Protector Joye Braun talking about MMIW, decolonization, and climate justice

Climate Crisis Panel with Shahid Buttar, Joye Braun, and Peter Kalmus

Join us Saturday for a powerful panel and live Q&A with Shahid Buttar on the climate crisis with:
**Joye Braun- Indigenous pipeline fighter- Indigenous Environmental Network
**Shahid Buttar- Candidate for congress running against Nancy Pelosi in CA CD-12
**Peter Kalmus- Climate scientist
Topics to be discussed:
**nationalizing the fossil fuel industry
**decolonization,
**intersectionality of climate, health and racial justice
**other policy-based solutions to the impending climate apocalypse threatening the survival of humanity.
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Shahid Buttar for California's CD12. San Francisco Deserves Real Representation In Congress. https://www.shahidforchange.us/
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Donate - https://www.shahidforchange.us/donate.html

09/29/2020
Charly Edsitty TV

Charly Edsitty TV

I’m letting these Houstonians know what’s up with the Native grandmas! 😎😂 💯

🗣 FRYBREAD & SPAM!! ALL DAY, EVERYDAY!! 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

#NativeSnacks

09/28/2020
Navajo Traditional Teachings

Navajo Traditional Teachings

The long Walk was only part of the hardship the Diné would experience.

When the Diné returned, after four years in the prison camp. They were not welcomed home. They were attacked by outsiders that had grown brash in their absence.

These enemies would lie in wait and strike the weakest among them. Kidnapping women and children. Taking them to the south to sell them as slaves.

They would sell the captives and livestock. Wally shares about his grandfather. The first Navajo Marshal. Charged with protecting the Navajo people and their property from bandits.

He was relentless and tracked the bandits like a bloodhound.

Sacrificing his pursuit of joy, happiness, confidence and peace... so his family and other Diné could pursue those things for themselves.

Enjoy the video

Congresswoman Deb Haaland
09/25/2020

Congresswoman Deb Haaland

Today, I wear my orange mask to mark the 575th day since the House passed the Bipartisan Background Check Act, calling for a background check on every single firearm sale.

Every day we wait, gun deaths continue to rise. For 575 days, Leader McConnell has refused to give us a vote on this bipartisan bill. It’s time to stop the obstructionism and hold a Senate vote on HR 8. #EndGunViolence

09/24/2020
Navajo Traditional Teachings

Navajo Traditional Teachings

Throw Back Thursday!

Remember that time... Navajo Historian, Wally Brown, taught us about the Cradleboard and some of its symbolism in Navajo Culture?

Check it out.

09/19/2020
Goalcast

Goalcast

Yeonmi Park was deprived of her childhood and forced to grow up far too quickly in horrifying circumstances. When she was smuggled out of North Korea she hoped for a better life but things only got worse. This is her story.

Native Women in Film & Television
09/18/2020

Native Women in Film & Television

#WhyWeWearRED "Pocahontas was a nickname (meaning The Naughty One). Her real name was Matoaka. If we believe John Smith’s account of events, she would have been 10 or 11 when she met him. That’s hardly a romantic scenario, unless you’re a pedophile.

Pocahontas was kidnapped by the English. She was imprisoned at the Jamestown colony for over a year, where she was assaulted. While still a teenager, our young heroine married John Rolfe. Marrying the Englishman was a condition of her release.

Pocahontas was then taken to England, as a sort of living specimen and advertisement for colonization. She died at the tender age of 21, unaware that the English would create the Pocahontas Myth; one where she was the good Indian who rescued the whiteman from her brutish, savage Tribesmen.

This myth birthed many colonial stereotypes of Native people and was used as justification to make war against us."

Ruth Cankudutawin Hopkins

09/17/2020
VICE News

VICE News

2020 is set to become Mexico’s deadliest year on record. Despite hopes that the COVID-19 crisis would slow down violent crime, it’s had the opposite effect.

America is not a 'she'
09/14/2020
America is not a 'she'

America is not a 'she'

Feminizing the nation is a trope that scholars of hate speech and historians will recognize. Hallmarks of “dangerous speech,” meaning hate speech that incites violence, include attacks on the purity of a group and threats against its women and girls.

09/14/2020
Lakota People's Law Project

Lakota People's Law Project

For too long, Natives’ guaranteed right to vote has been suppressed. We need to pass a Native American Voting Rights Act now. Contact your congressional reps: lakota.law/pass-navra #PassNAVRA

Pete Christy KCBD
09/14/2020

Pete Christy KCBD

Seminole had this banner last night as they visited Denver City.

Niamh Dooley Art
09/13/2020

Niamh Dooley Art

𝘳𝘦𝘥 𝘧𝘭𝘰𝘸𝘦𝘳𝘴 / 𝘮𝘪𝘴𝘬𝘸𝘪𝘩 𝘸𝘢𝘢𝘣𝘪𝘬𝘸𝘢𝘯𝘶𝘯
with matching red floral beaded earrings



#beadedmask #beadworkmask #beadwork #beading #floralbeadwork #nativebeadwork #indigenous #indigenousart #indigenousartist #indigiqueer #nativeart #winnipegart

09/13/2020
Lakota People's Law Project

Lakota People's Law Project

For too long, Natives’ guaranteed right to vote has been suppressed. We need to pass a Native American Voting Rights Act now. Contact your congressional reps: lakota.law/pass-navra #PassNAVRA

Each One of these strong, beautiful veteran women, are Indigenous Relatives and  Native American ....🥀🥀🥀
09/12/2020

Each One of these strong, beautiful veteran women, are Indigenous Relatives and Native American ....🥀🥀🥀

Standing Rock Water Protector Red Fawn Fallis Leaves Federal Prison
09/12/2020
Standing Rock Water Protector Red Fawn Fallis Leaves Federal Prison

Standing Rock Water Protector Red Fawn Fallis Leaves Federal Prison

An Indigenous water protector who was arrested during protests against the Dakota Access pipeline has been released from federal prison. Prosecutors accused Red Fawn Fallis of firing three shots from a handgun as police in riot gear, wielding batons, surrounded her to make an arrest amid mass protes...

09/11/2020
ABC 20/20

ABC 20/20

TONIGHT: ‘I Am Vanessa Guillen’ | Witness the remarkable fight for justice in this true-crime mystery. Stunning new unreported details & exclusive interviews. The powerful 2-hour 20/20 event airs tonight at 9|8c on ABC. #ABC2020

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Thank you Henry for the invite
Tawny Ervin
Tawny Ervin
This is my baby brother Gordon Pashe, he was murdered December 25th/19 in Winnipeg, MB and his case is still ongoing and only one arrest has been made...the police have been investigating and tell me they're going to solve his murder but yet almost 9 months later I've heard the same thing....its solvable but not yet solved...I pray someone comes forward and does the right thing and gives our family justice
Everybody talks about black life matters what about our first Nation people my cousin got muder in Manitoba Thompson on October 17 2019 and I am ask for justice it will be one year in October 17 ..
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mesi cho for listening; I pray for all who are affected and for the missing to be found including justice..be safe and take care and many blessings..
Soooo, I wanted to set up a Birthday Fund for MMIW (my cousin has been missing for over two years...) and wouldn’t you know there isn’t any Nonprofits set up for this...???????
Good morning I been asking for help for my cousin Bobbie Lynn moose she got muder in Thompson Manitoba on October 17 2019 she'll never be forgotten I am ask for justice before her one-year memorial please help support our Loved 🙏 one
It's almost one year for my cousin Bobbie moose she got murder in Thompson Manitoba on October 17 2019 I never gave up on her case I been taken pictures of all the information that I gave to mko and RCMP I took a chance for my life to find justice and answer ..
If anyone has any information on Leon, PLEASE contact family listed on the flyer!!