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Mauna Kea Photos by Ku'uipo Freitas

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United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues April 20- May 1, 2015

"RealityThe impact will not endure-of that you can be sureand conquest is not my questmuch less my address. or redress:so that there thenNOWyou may begin to seeI don't fly by doctrinesinstead weNations of Indigenous PeoplesAre, have been, will permanently be-reality" -Chantlaca In 2008 the very first session of the UN... Read more
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Fire Destroys Everything for One Navajo Nation Family

In late April Brenda Lee and her children lost everything they own in a fire. With little money for extras, insurance for many Native families is just not an option. This family has lost absolutely everything will be starting over again with the kindness of family, friends, community and quite... Read more
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Music Video Mele ma ka Mauna: "Warrior Rising" by Hawane Rios

"In tears as I watch powerful and beautiful moments of this Mountain Movement flow to the message of Warrior Rising. It is truly a beautiful time to be alive."

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Eviction: Nicaragua –A death in the forest

The front line fight to stop deforestation is led by patrols of the Indigenous people of Awas-Tingni. Although granted their land rights in 2003 unscrupulous businessmen are still selling off parts of the land to newcomers and invaders who are decimating the forests. Patrollers from the Mayangna community, of the Bosawas Biosphere Reserve, are now risking their lives to protect what is theirs as conflicts can turn violent. Find out more in this short film:

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NIHIGAAL BEE IINA - Smith Lake Chapter

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Idle No More in Solidarity with Ayotzinapa

Idle No More in Solidarity with Ayotzinapa On September 26, 2014, 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Teachers' College, in Iguala, went missing after they were attacked by state police and gunmen. Three students were killed and forty three “disappeared.”  The bodies of the disappeared students have never been found and... Read more
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#INMroots Protecting our scared mountains from Mount Polley to Mauna Kea

Welcome to #INMroots Number Six!   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 more
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Interview with those walking for Nihígaal bee Iiná :: Journey For Existence.

It is our intention to walk throughout the Navajo Nation to document both the beauty of land and people and how this is being desecrated by resource extraction. We will do this through a social media campaign and a documentary films. Along our route, we will visit communities to listen...
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Madii Lii Camp

On Aug. 26, 2014, the hereditary chiefs of the territory declared access to the territory closed to all fracked gas (LNG) pipeline development and other unauthorized industrial activity, and enacted the Luutkudziiwus Territorial Management Plan. Madii Lii is the Lax Yip (territory) of the Wilp (house) of Luutkudziiwus of the Gitxsan... Read more
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Yuct Ne Senxiymetkwe Camp

National Day of Action to STOP Mount Polley Reopening on April 29, 2015 "The Secwepemc Woman Warriors Society calls on all people across the land to use any tactics possible to stand in solidarity with the Secwepemc Peoples eviction of Imperial Metals from their Territory!" Read more
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Ellen Gabriel of Kanehsatà:ke Condems Bill C-51

Since I have not been provided with the opportunity to be a witness in person, I write today as a citizen of the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) nation from the community of Kanehsatà:ke, whose un-ceded lands continue to be appropriated and stolen through the support of third party interests by Canada. As... Read more
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