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Stanton’s model also argues that every stage offers opportunities for prevention.
In her eye-opening study of the Second Amendment, Dunbar-Ortiz exposes the racist roots of America’s gun culture.
“This is What I Have Been Waiting For My Entire Life”
Two illegal construction projects currently threaten the flow to Coldwater Springs, an acknowledged Dakota sacred site.
It’s hard to win the hearts and minds of the people you are killing.
It happened two thousand mile away from the pending [July 4th] celebration. It happened out West. It was the September 11th of its time.
From the earliest colonies, the US has been expanded its domestic empire and conquering native people. … Has this imperialist urge been institutionalized beyond repair, or can we learn from our mistakes and redefine the way we interact with native people around the world.
Minneapolis: Cop Caught on Video Telling Black Teen ‘If You Fuck with Me, I’m Going to Break Your Legs’
A recently released report details the racial arrest patterns in Minneapolis and concludes that African Americans are more likely than white people to be arrested for low-level offenses. Here is just one example of police racism. By Ian Millhiser | ThinkProgress | News Investigation NationofChange.org May 30, 2015 Editor’s Note: This video is excerpted from the […]
Chris Hedges and Robert Sheer have been carrying out an extended debate on the Real News Network. In this video discuss the centrality of violence to U.S. American culture. View the full series: Links below. Scheer and Hedges: They Know Everything About You (7/7) Scheer and Hedges: They Know Everything About You (5/7) Scheer and Hedges: They […]
Mary Beaudoin, Editor Winter I 2014 One of the trains called La Bestia for the huge risks it involves on the long journey north, undertaken to escape gangs, drug cartels, and other dangers threatening the lives of the young […]
Rabbi Lerner: Making Thanksgiving Real: Rejoice in Our Ability to Challenge the Pervasive Injustice in American Society
“You may be 38 years old as I happen to be, and one day some great opportunity stands before you and calls upon you to stand up for some great principle, some great issue, some great cause–and you refuse to do it because you are afraid; you refuse to do it because you want to […]
The “Red Skins” name is in itself referring to the skins of Native people, which were presented by bounty hunters for payment in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. BY WINONA LADUKE LAProgressive.com November 16, 2014 “Riding cross the desert on a horse with no name….. Entering football and hockey season with a […]
Love water, not oil. A 200 mile ride to honor the earth and protest the Enbridge pipeline. Published on Sep 5, 2014 Winona LaDuke, Executive Director of the Native American environmental group Honor the Earth, holds a press conference at the Enbridge office in Bemidji, Minnesota following the ‘Love Water Not Oil Tour”, which was […]
The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation of Northern California paid a “substantial” amount of money to air a one-minute version of this ad in seven major American cities during the NBA finals. It is compelling, persuasive, and powerful. The goal is to put the blatant racism of the Washington Redskins football team front and center in […]
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Russell Means: A Hero Moves On He was a hero. Make no mistake about it. And, his death in late October, is a great loss to America, not just American Indians, he challenged us a to be better people. By Winona LaDuke October 26, 2012 Indian Country In 1973, life was not good on the Pine […]