By Derek Lane – Under the amendments to the Land Rights Act 1976, it seems that what will likely occur is that previously Aboriginal townships will be leased to non Indigenous (and therefore, wealthy) people, and the subsequent leases internally may – if they are lucky or fortunate – go to Aboriginal residents. The leases […]
From the Native Movement and REDOIL Network (Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands) For Immediate Release August 8, 2006 Indigenous leaders say that BP oil field shutdown is a wake up call to the Industry, US, and World: Energy Crisis, Global Warming, Environmental Devastation, and Indigenous Peoples Rights on the cutting board BP recently shut […]
Posted: July 28, 2006 by: Brenda Norrell / Indian Country Today WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Minister Louis Farrakhan, speaking to the Navajo Nation Council, received applause and a standing ovation as he challenged Navajos toward self-reliance based on their wisdom, talents and the wealth of their land. ”Your ancestors were not fearful,” Farrakhan told the […]
An Online Activist Community for Ethical Globalization In 2006, we will launch our next public entrepreneurship project, promoting good global citizenship and governance. The explosive growth and success of e-advocacy in the United States has demonstrated the internet’s capacity to unite large numbers of citizens around effective actions and advance a broad agenda. Yet while […]
MNN. July 4, 2006. Who do they think they’re kidding? This is a rip-off of Indigenous people! Nothing less is acceptable to us Rotino’shon:ni/Iroquois than full acceptance into the UN as a nation equal to all the others. Otherwise, it’s just a lot of “hot air” to stop us from getting in. We are still […]
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