Posts Tagged ‘ indigenous resistance ’

Introducing L’eau Est La Vie (Water is Life) Camp for Bayou Bridge Resistance

from Indigenous Environmental Network Springfield, LA – Following legal victories for the Tribes at Standing Rock, Water Protectors in Southern Louisiana will open the L’eau Est La Vie (Water is Life) Camp tomorrow. The launch marks the next fight to protect Indigenous rights, life-giving water and to stop Energy Transfer Partners from committing acts...
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Red Butte Gathering Against Uranium June 23-25, 2017

Red Butte Gathering Against Uranium June 23-25, 2017

from Haul No! Highway 180 has been re-opened but expect delays. Directions: From Flagstaff through Williams: take I-40 West Take exit 165 for AZ-64/I-40 toward Williams/Grand Canyon Go through Valle (north) and continue 11 miles to Forest Road 305. Turn right (east) and go 1.3 miles. Take a right at 305. Look for signs....
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Urgent Call for Volunteer Sheepherders at Black Mesa

Urgent Call for Volunteer Sheepherders at Black Mesa

New impoundment threats issued from Black Mesa Indigenous Support Over this past week, law enforcement and Hopi land management officers entered Sovereign Dineh Nation territories at Big Mountain/Black Mesa, Arizona with orders to count Dineh livestock. They issues 5-day notices to Dineh families, threatening to impound so-called “trespassing” sheep, goats, and cattle. “In times like...
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Chile: Anarchists Erect Barricades in Solidarity With the Two Murdered Mapuche Activists

Chile: Anarchists Erect Barricades in Solidarity With the Two Murdered Mapuche Activists

from Insurrection News June 14th, Santiago, Chile. About a dozen encapuchadxs (hooded ones) blocked traffic, distributed leaflets and raised banners outside the Metropolitan Technological University in solidarity with the Mapuche who were murdered in the south during a land reclamation action. “The weichafes (warriors) Luis Marileo and Patricio Gonzales will be avenged with blood.”...
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Update on Water Protectors Facing Charges in the Standing Rock Resistance

Update on Water Protectors Facing Charges in the Standing Rock Resistance

by The Freshet Collective The long, arduous battle has continued in Mandan and Bismarck courts for more than 600 water protectors facing charges for resisting the Dakota Access pipeline. The Freshet Collective has grown from a bail fund to a collective of legal organizers, committed to serving the needs of those who put their...
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Mexico: Oaxacan Indigenous Communities Resist Megaprojects

Mexico: Oaxacan Indigenous Communities Resist Megaprojects

by Renata Bessi and Santiago Navarro F / Avispa Midia / It’s Going Down The Chinantec people, inhabitants of the Cajonos River basin in the north of the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, are carrying out an organizational process throughout their entire territory, the Chinantla, against economic projects that seek to commodify nature as a...
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The Standing Rock Sioux Claim “Victory and Vindication” in Court

The Standing Rock Sioux Claim “Victory and Vindication” in Court

by Robinson Meyer / The Atlantic A federal judge ruled in favor of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe on Wednesday, handing the tribe its first legal victory in its year-long battle against the Dakota Access pipeline. James Boasberg, who sits on D.C. district court, said that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers failed to...
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Chilean Police Shooting Results in the Deaths of Two Mapuche Land Defenders

Chilean Police Shooting Results in the Deaths of Two Mapuche Land Defenders

by Women’s Coordinating Committee for a free Wallmapu / Warrior Publications Two Mapuche land defenders were killed on June 10 at the hands of Chilean police after an alleged action on the large landed estate of El Encino in the Township of Los Sauces, nearby the city of Angol in southern Chile, on the evening Saturday...
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Canada: Kinder Morgan Plans Work Along Trans Mountain Line, Starting in September

Canada: Kinder Morgan Plans Work Along Trans Mountain Line, Starting in September

from Warrior Publications Kinder Morgan’s schedule for the $7.4-billion Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion shows construction work is to start as early as Sept. 1. The detailed schedule was filed recently with the National Energy Board, one of 157 conditions that must be met in order for the Houston, Texas-based company to begin construction....
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Haul No! Awareness and Action Tour Starting June 13

Haul No! Awareness and Action Tour Starting June 13

from Haul No! Tuesday, June 6, 2017 Contact: Klee Benally, indigenousaction@gmail.com Sarana Riggs, stopcanyonmine@gmail.com ‘Haul No!’ Tour Scheduled to Oppose Grand Canyon Uranium Mining & Transport Grand Canyon, AZ — As Energy Fuels Inc. (EFI) threatens to start uranium mining on sacred Indigenous Lands managed by the US Forest Service, just miles from the...
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Genetically Engineered Trees Conference Met with Protest in Chile

Genetically Engineered Trees Conference Met with Protest in Chile

from STOP GE Trees Concepción, Chile – People from Chile representing social movements, Indigenous organizations and environmental justice groups marched to the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) 2017 Tree Biotechnology Conference on its opening day here. They were stopped outside of the conference by the Carabinero police forces. There were no arrests....
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Water Protectors in Oklahoma to Plant Tobacco Plants in Pathway of Diamond Pipeline

Water Protectors in Oklahoma to Plant Tobacco Plants in Pathway of Diamond Pipeline

by Levi Rickert / Native News Online CUSHING, OKLAHOMA – Water protectors in Oklahoma will plant tobacco plants along the pathway of the Diamond Pipeline, according to a news release issued over this past weekend by Stop All Plains All American Pipeline. Here is the news release: Concerned individuals are intervening on behalf of all...
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