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Prensa Indigena

June 30, 2012

Voices Through Time video looks at recovering identity in the Peruvian Andes through the Network of Indigenous Communicators and community radio.

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Extinguishing Sovereignty

June 26, 2012

There’s a term in law to describe coercion to extract something of value from someone under the threat of the commission of serious harm. When the threatened party has already…

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Preventing Discussion

June 22, 2012

As Indigenous delegations bring their message about sustainable development to the UN conference in Rio, the Brazilian military detains hundreds of Indigenous delegates enroute. Posted in Climate Connections, Indigenous Environmental…

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Total War

June 21, 2012

With war as America’s largest export, it should perhaps come as no surprise that warmongers with experience in government, or even the war-making industry, should end up in executive roles…

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Prone to Corruption

June 18, 2012

There are some general things that can be said about democracy. Democracy first and foremost is a process, but not all democracies are the same. Some disperse power broadly, while…

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Green Capitalism

June 12, 2012

As Brenda Norrell notes at Intercontinental Cry, green capitalism is not the solution to the climate change crisis, it is part of the problem–allowing the profiteering countries of the world…

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Making Amends

June 9, 2012

In this short video, Andy Mager, Syracuse Peace Council coordinator for the Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation, discusses plans for a Two Row Wampum Renewal Campaign in New York state….

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What’s Going On

June 5, 2012

Discussing how technological weapons are now being used against civilian populations, Julian Assange interviews leading analysts from Europe and the US about total communications surveillance, privatized secret police, and how…

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Ultimate Non Sequitur

June 4, 2012

Call something green — be it jobs, economies, or consumer items — and progressives fall all over themselves to embrace it. No matter that the green sociopolitical project (now on…

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Christian Jihad

June 3, 2012

Writing at Talk to Action, Bruce Wilson exposes the Christian Jihad meetings taking place after hours in America’s public schools. Good News Clubs and other Christian fundamentalist indoctrination like Child…

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Chief George Manuel Memorial Indigenous Library

The library is dedicated to the memory of Secwepemc Chief George Manuel (1921-1989), to the nations of the Fourth World and to the elders and generations to come.

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