The Idle No More Stream
The Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN) are ecstatic with the results of the last nights election ushering in a new...
By Candyce Paul From April 14 – 16, 2015 Kirstin Scansen, Marius Paul and Candyce Paul, of Committee for Future...
These photos were taken in Moruya, New South Wales, one of hundreds of local and regional protests against the forced...
Welcome to #INMroots Number Seven! The goal of the #INMroots newsletter is to share news stories that promote Indigenous rights...
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In a rapidly dwindling community forest the people of Pandumaan & Sipituhuta have put up a strong fight to stop the growth of monoculture eucalyptus plantations. But the aggressive actions of the company & its close alignment with local politicians & the police have led this struggle down a dark...Add your reaction Share
Join Cooperation Jackson for the Summer of Our Power Southern People’s Movement Assembly for a Just Transition
A 2015 US Social Forum and Climate Justice Alliance Southern Assembly Friday, June 26th – Sunday, June 28th, 2015 Climate change is not a looming future threat, it is a clear and present danger, and it is already threatening the livelihoods, living conditions, and life chances of historically oppressed peoples... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Nihígaal bee Iiná were asked by the Apache Stronghold to do food support this past weekend for their Oak Flat occupation festivities and cooked for at least 400 people (team work makes the dream work!) Thank you to our Apache relatives for the appreciation dinner. We look forward to standing in... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
On March 28 David James Taylor, Missisauga Ojibway from Curve Lake First Nation, along with a group of people from various nations will begin a walk to Ottawa to bring awareness to the over 1200 murdered and missing Indigenous women in Canada. Their goal is to take their concerns to... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Wanda Nanibush - March for Climate, Justice & Jobs Launch I want to first acknowledge that we are on the territory that is governed by the one dish with one spoon treaty, which is a treaty that defines this land as a space that we need to share and take... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Welcome to #INMroots Number Eight! The goal of the #INMroots newsletter is to share news stories that promote Indigenous rights and sovereignty and the protection of land and water. The newsletter will share our stories and actions, and honour resistance, while celebrating the world that we are protecting. Read moreAdd your reaction Share
United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Youth Suicide and Self-Harm and the recommendations made by Native Youth
It was very powerful to watch a group of Teens aged 14-18 from the Seneca Nation who go to Salamanca High School make a recommendation to the Chairwoman of the United Nations Forum. We in the audience were so powerfully moved that the much of the room rose to stand... Read more2 reactions Share
Academics' Letter to the Partners, Associates, and Affiliated Entities of the Thirty Meter Telescope Project
Open letter to the Partners, Associates, and Affiliated Entities of the Thirty Meter Telescope Project. You are representatives of the California Institute of Technology (CalTech), University of California, Indian Institute of Astrophysics, National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Association of Canadian Universities... Read more1 reaction Share
Today, the native peoples of the Amazon and the Amazon itself are in great danger. On Tuesday 19 May 2015 a bid will be made to legislatively usurp the legal rights of the indigenous peoples of Brazil to their land. The only indigenous land that is still protected by the... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
We are, all of us, the HELPERSIn 2008, Prime Minister Stephen Harper made a formal apology to the people of Canada regarding the impact of Residential Schools on native culture and life. This apology set into motion an avenue by which survivors of the Residential Schools could access compensation. These... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Over the last year Althea Guiboche has run out of money and run out of baking supplies, but she has never stopped giving away free bread and soup to the city’s homeless every week. Got Bannock is all-volunteer, and whether we can make and deliver food to the people in a...Add your reaction Share
Tribes around the world are facing loss of land and life, horrible crimes committed against them. They are facing the same fate many other tribes have faced, like the tribes of North America. A tiny American Indian native nation, the Weapemeoc, has found itself in the middle of this international... Read more1 reaction Share