CENSORED NEWS: DOGS SIC’ED ON NATIVE AMERICAN PEACEFUL PROTESTORS

Dakota Access Pipeline: Private Security Militants deployed vicious attack dogs, pepper spray and physical assaults against the sacred water protectors ! No MAINSTREAM MEDIA COVERAGE !   http://wearechange.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/George-Lamberis-Lamberis-George-facebook_1283592088319074.mp4 Breaking News Project Contact: Cody Hall Organization: Red Warrior Camp Email Address: RedWarriorCamp@gmail.com http://wearechange.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/George-Lamberis-Lamberis-George-facebook_1159672797437258.mp4 private security contractors hired by the oil companies attacked the water defenders with strike dogs and pepper spray as they attempted (and succeeded) to halt construction on sacred land. #NoDAPL #StandingRock #pipelinefighter #waterissacred #northdakota at Sacred…

“Water Is Our Life”: How a Mining Disaster Affected the Navajo Nation

Nearly a year ago, Environmental Protection Agency contractors accidentally released 3 million gallons of acid drainage from a Colorado mine, contaminating local rivers with hazardous metals and turning the waterways yellow. Just downstream, residents of the Navajo Nation continue to face threats to their health and livelihood. Wastewater from the Gold King Mine drains into retention ponds to eliminate contamination before it flows into the Animas River near Silverton, Colorado, August…

Lozen: An Intelligent and Brave Apache Warrior Women

Lozen was a female warrior of the Chiricahua Apaches (known also as the Members or Warm Springs Apache) who lived during the 19th century. Apart from her prowess as a warrior, Lozen is reputed to have been a skilled military strategist, as well as being highly proficient when it came to medicinal matters. Additionally, Lozen was her people’s spiritual leader, and, according to legend, possessed spiritual abilities that enabled her…

After Years of Oppression US to Pay Out Nearly $1 Billion to Native Americans

Albuquerque, NM — In a historic settlement, Native American tribes have been awarded nearly a billion dollars. The U.S. Department of Justice announced this week that a settlement was reached with 645 Native American Tribes for the sum of $940 million dollars. The settlement stems from a 1990 lawsuit, which claimed the U.S. government failed to pay its portion of federal contracts for housing, education, law enforcement and healthcare, as…

Navajo Water Supply is More Horrific Than Flint, But No One Cares Because They’re Native American

The news out of Flint, Michigan brought the issue of contaminated drinking water into sharp focus, as it was revealed that officials at every level—local, state and federal-knew about lead-poisoned water for months but did nothing to address the problem. Under state-run systems like utilities and roads, poorer communities are the last to receive attention from government plagued by inefficiencies and corrupt politicians. Perhaps no group knows this better than…

School Forces Native American Girl To Remove Medicine Pouch

A Wisconsin middle school student has been banned from wearing a traditional Native American medicine pouch. The 13-year-old Menominee student was forced by her school principal to remove the medicine pouch, which was constructed and filled with traditional symbolic indigenous plants. It all happened back on October 21. That’s when Rosella “Rose” Kaquatosh was pulled from the lunch line at her school for wearing the pouch outside of her clothing. A kitchen employee…

Native American Tribes Declare Sovereignty, Break Away from State of Maine

Augusta, ME (TFC) – Due to Governor Paul LePage launching direct political and environmental attacks against the Penobscot and Passamaquoddy tribes of Maine, leaders of those tribes have recalled their representatives from the state legislature and are asserting their sovereignty from the State of Maine.  “The Maine Indian Land claims Settlement act has failed and we cannot allow ourselves to continue down the path,” Chief Francis said.  “We’re saying it’s…

Hugo Chavez Steps Up for Native Americans and the Poor

Native American journalist Jodi Lee Rave of Lee Enterprise Newspapers was recently lambasted in a letter to the editor to our local daily for having the temerity to laud the donation of funds for heating fuel for the very poor Indian nations of the Northern Plains. The criticism was initiated by the fact that the donor was the Citgo Petroleum Corporation based in Houston, Texas and headed by the President…

Speaking out on the theft and abuse of spirituality

by: Shadi Rahimihttp://www.indiancountry.com/content.cfm?id=1096415443SAN FRANCISCO It was a strange sight, at least in East Los Angeles. While walking her dogs recently at Arroyo Seco Park, Marisol Crisostomo-Romo, 26, said she spotted a van with a tipi on it. Into it piled a group of white children clutching bows and arrows. They were members of the five-week-long Camp Shi’ini, ”a Native American-themed summer camp” that is named after ”a Native American word…

Three Paws Speaks on Spirit Guides

site no longer there:  http://www.televar.com/~willgo/speaks2/guide.htm You can not select a spirit guide. The guide must select you. That is the way of the spirits. It matters not what your blood line is or if you were born into the Wolf Clan or The Bear Clan. Nothing will assure you of having the Wolf or the Bear as your spirit guide. Be you Native American or Hawaiian, Irish or Italian, French…

Grandfather’s Visions of These Times

From Grandfather by Tom Brown “Author and wilderness expert Tom Brown has told students about the current status of the 104 prophecies given by Stalking Wolf (“Grandfather”). To date, 99 of these have come true. From the time that the 100th prophecy is fulfilled, the red sky prophecy’s fulfillment is purported to be seven to ten years beyond that date. “Much to the surprise of many of my white friends,…

2007: Who is a Cherokee? Many Americans have Indians in the family tree

Steve Hammons March 06, 2007 The Oklahoma Cherokee Nation’s vote last weekend to remove African-Americans from official tribal membership made news in the U.S. and around the world. In a special election Saturday, 76 percent of the 270,000 members of the Cherokee Nation voted to remove the black “freedmen” from official tribal membership. The estimated 2,800 freedman are ancestors of slaves held by Cherokees when they were forced from the…