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Anti-Indian Movement on the Tribal Frontier

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Anti-Indian Movement Part 1: Givers and Takers

Anti-Indian Movement Part 1: Givers and Takers

January 9, 2018

Introduction In 2000, the Montana Human Rights Network published  Drumming Up Resentment: The Anti-Indian Movement in Montana by Ken Toole, who noted that in addition to vertical integration from local…

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Anti-Indian Movement on the Tribal Frontier

Anti-Indian Movement on the Tribal Frontier

January 9, 2018

Special 25th Anniversary Re-Issue In 1986, Dr. Rudolph Ryser began a 6 year undercover investigation into the extreme Right-Wing Movement based on and near Indian Country Reservations. This movement continues…

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Overturning Bear’s Ears: A Monumental Disaster for Indian Country Part 2

Overturning Bear’s Ears: A Monumental Disaster for Indian Country Part 2

January 4, 2018

It’s no secret that releasing massive segments of Bear’s Ears and Staircase from monument designation also releases restrictions on resource extraction. The monuments exist within a geographical region known as…

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Exploiters must be made to pay the Price!

Exploiters must be made to pay the Price!

January 3, 2018

David Archambault II, the former chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe led the defense of his nation against the Dakota Access pipeline–a conflict with the United States and Oil…

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Overturning Bear’s Ears: A Monumental Disaster for Indian Country Part 1

Overturning Bear’s Ears: A Monumental Disaster for Indian Country Part 1

December 18, 2017

This month the Trump administration began the process to make good on a campaign promise: to overturn the Obama-era national monument designation of Bear’s Ears and Grand-Staircase Escalante in southern…

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Geopolitical shifts afoot in Europe

Geopolitical shifts afoot in Europe

December 7, 2017

I have been in a discussion with representatives of the European Council’s Regions that met in Brussel’s this week regarding their position in the European Union. The Regions are nations…

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Reclaiming Salish Culinary Traditions

Reclaiming Salish Culinary Traditions

November 9, 2017

Diseases previously unknown to the population of native peoples of the north Pacific Coast of the US and Canada were introduced by colonizing peoples and ravaged the Salish peoples for more…

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People Power Change

People Power Change

November 7, 2017

[With the U.S. Department of Justice on a rampage against socialism and the Indigenous Peoples movement, it seemed timely to review resources on the art and science of netwar.] The…

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Bitter Root

Bitter Root

November 7, 2017

The Nez Perce War, an audio interview with Daniel Sharfstein by Rick Steves, examines the tragic history of the peaceful indigenous people of the Wallowa Valley. Thanks to their unique…

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Law and Precedent

Law and Precedent

October 3, 2017

Seattle Human Rights Commission denounces attack on treaty rights of Northwest Tribes by Washington Attorney General, Bob Ferguson. Most concerning is the racially tinged suggestion that treaty rights undermine democracy…Washington’s…

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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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