Thu 9/13 SAN FRANCISCO: "The Condor and the Eagle" film screening | Indigenous Again
Four Indigenous leaders embark on an extraordinary trans-continental adventure from the Canadian plains to deep into the heart of the Amazonian jungle to unite the peoples of North and South America and deepen the meaning of “Climate Justice”.
Calling all water protectors to Louisiana! | Indigenous Again
This is an open call for all water protectors, kayaktivists, radical sailors and water going folk to join us on the frontlines as we fight the tail end of the Dakota Access Pipeline in the swamps of Louisiana. Calling all water protectors to Louisiana! #NoBayouBridge #StopETP #Resist
The Border: 500-Year Open Veins of the Americas | Indigenous Again
by Roberto Dr Cintli Rodriguez *This is the original and longer version of this column published by Truthout as: Those Impacted by Colonialism Speak Out on the US’s Legacy of Family Separation Open your eyes America; that those crying children and their parents separated and detained by the U....
VIDEO: Celebrating Seven Years of Self Governance in Cherán, Michoacán | Indigenous Again
Cherán has been practicing a traditional form of self government for 7 years. Earlier this year, on April 15th, 2018 the community celebrated the 7 year anniversary of the it’s uprising against what they all call today: The narco government.
Enbridge Corporate Trickery in Texas | Indigenous Again
The Valley Crossing Pipeline, also referred to as the “Nueces County to Brownsville” pipeline, was originally owned by Spectra Energy until big fish Canadian pipeline company Enbridge absorbed Spectra Energy in February 2017.
‘Crawfish the Musical’ stops construction along #BBP pipeline route | Indigenous Again
‘Crawfish the Musical’ Stopping construction along #BBP pipeline route. #NoBayouBridge #StopETP #ProtectWhatYouLove L’eau Est La Vie Camp – No Bayou Bridge was live.
Beyond DACA: Toward A Native Understanding Of Nationhood | Indigenous Again
Republished with permission Via Deceleration News / March 15, 2018 · by M. Cortez · in Podcast. Tupac Enrique Acosta (right) teaches youth as part of TONATIERRA’s Indigenous cultural education programs known as Xinachtli (Seed). Last week, Deceleration ran an article by Bettie Lyons of the Ameri...
Uncolonized: Native experiences in public education, Opting out of public school | Indigenous Again
An upcoming film about native experiences in public education and one family’s decision to opt out of public school.
In Houston After the Storm, la lucha sigue | Indigenous Again
Houstonian activist-organizer Bryan Parras on environmental racism, grassroots action, and the challenges of rebuilding Houston sustainably in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
First tribe in the U.S. recognizes Rights of Nature into law | Indigenous Again
Congratulations to the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma on making history by becoming the the first tribe in the U.S. to recognize Rights of Nature into law. The Ponca tribe lives in Oklahoma, which used to be known as “tornado alley.” Now it is the “earthquake capital of the ...
Rights of Nature: Definitions, Legal Frameworks, Indigenous Perspectives | Indigenous Again
The following videos are from the first-ever Rights of Nature Symposium were held this past October 2017 at Tulane Law School. Via Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund Karenna Gore – Keynote Speaker of the Center for Earth Ethics, keynoted the Symposium. Introduction and P...
Multifaceted Resistance to Pipelines, Fossil Fuel Industry Makes Its Mark | Indigenous Again
Climate change, indigenous resistance, physical occupations, and public outrage across the world in opposition to fossil fuels have resulted in a rise of financial divestments across the industry. Yesterday the mayor of New York City announced a divestment worth $5 billion from fossil fuel c...
Indigenous Women Activists Occupy Washington State Capitol | Indigenous Again
Seven indigenous women and several earth defenders have occupied the Washington State Capitol to address climate change and native treaty rights as the state legislature opens for session. The native women, who come from several tribes, are seeking that Governor Jay Inslee honor the treaties and...
Zapatista Army calls for Convocation to the First International Gathering for Women in Struggle | Indigenous Again
Via Enlace Zapatista […]So if you are a woman in struggle who is against what is being done to us as women; if you are not scared (or you are, but you control your fear), then we invite you to gather with us, to speak to us and listen to us as the women we are. Thus we invite all...
"A $569 million barbecue": Yaqui community dig up pipeline in Mexico | Indigenous Again
“It’s not just in Mexico that pipeline projects have revivified old tribal claims. It’s happening across North America. In Canada, Kinder Morgan Inc’s Trans Mountain pipeline has encountered legal challenges led by indigenous groups. In the U.S., the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipelin...