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Yezidi Update:<br>Camps Flooded

Yezidi Update:
Camps Flooded

June 11, 2018

Several weeks ago more than 25,000 Yezidi were inundated by rains that flooded them out of their camps. The Ezidikhan government immediately sought help from Iraq and got none so…

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Catalonia Under Siege

September 26, 2017

Spanish military police raided Catalan government headquarters in Barcelona, and arrested top Catalan officials in order to block the October 1 independence referendum, .

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Declaration of the Center for World Indigenous Studies Board of Directors on Peaceful Transition of Biafran Political Status

Declaration of the Center for World Indigenous Studies Board of Directors on Peaceful Transition of Biafran Political Status

September 1, 2017

Biafra, the re-emerging nation of Igbo people and their allies seek to reclaim their political right to freely choose their own political future through nonviolent political transformation, receives strong endorsement…

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National Congress of American Indians Lambasts WA AG.

August 28, 2017

“We haven’t seen an attack on tribal treaty rights like this by the State of Washington in a very long time… [Attorney General] Ferguson has gone out of his way…

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For Our Ancestors

August 25, 2017

Hopi Navajo Ute and Zuni governments prepare for battle with Interior Department over Bears Ears National Monument.

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Privatizing Tribes

May 3, 2017

Interior Secretary Zinke says it’s time to make tribes corporations in order to accelerate coal and gas mining.

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Conflagration

April 26, 2017

Cherry Point fossil fuel export developers now include the Petrogas propane facility at the former ALCOA plant. The propane trains from Canada and bomb trains from North Dakota–that share the…

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Honoring Ancestors

April 22, 2017

Not For Any Price, a new film by Northwest Treaty Tribes, describes the Lummi Nation victory over SSA Marine, Peabody Coal and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway.

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Taken Away

April 18, 2017

90% of Manitoba indigenous children are in foster care. 87% in Saskatchewan.

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AIPAC Attack

March 28, 2017

Trump ambassador to UN threatens diplomats critical of Israeli Apartheid.

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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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