Onondaga Nation Land Rights Action Goes International
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Onondaga Nation Land Rights Action Goes International

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John Ahni Schertow
May 12, 2014
 

On Monday, May 5 at the Westcott Community Center in Syracuse, NY, Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation (NOON) hosted an educational event about the Onondaga Nation’s filing with the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights of the Organization of American States.

Speakers at the event included Tadodaho Sid Hill, Clanmother Freida Jacques, General Counsel Joe Heath, Faithkeeper Oren Lyons and Chief Irving Powless, Jr.

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The event was filmed and uploaded to YouTube by Rochester Indymedia. For more information, see the Onondaga Nation website

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