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Separate FW Political Paths

Settler states such as Canada, United States, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa and Argentina have a difficult time comprehending why the peoples among whom they settled fail to disappear. Mexico is busily building a massive highway through the middle of Otomi territory (just to the west of Mexico City) ignoring the commitments made to seek the [&hellip... more →

Gilio-Whitaker at NAISA

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Gilio-Whitaker CWIS Research Associate and Associate Scholar Dina Gilio-Whitaker will present a major paper at the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association 2015 session in Washington, D.C. June 4th. Gilio-Whitaker will present a paper entitled Fourth World Theory as Methodology as a member of the Indigenous Pedagogies panel chaired by Laura Weaver from the University [&hellip... more →

How many Indigenous People?

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(Map developed by Decolonial Atlas: Indigenous Peoples as a percentage of the total population by state https://decolonialatlas.wordpress.com/2015/05/21/world-indigenous-population/) Since the year 2000 the number 370 million has been bandied about as the United Nations estimate of the total number of indigenous peoples around the world and this number is grossly incorrect. This is a number established [&hellip... more →

Tribes Fight Coal and Oil

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As reported by Ashley Ahearn, tribal leaders from Washington, Montana and British Columbia gathered May 14 in Seattle to draw attention to the battle between the region’s tribes, and the coal and oil exporters whose plans threaten treaty fishing areas... more →

Earth Ministry and UU Events

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On May 14, Earth Ministry in Seattle hosts Pacific Northwest tribes threatened by proposed fossil fuel mega-projects. On June 27, Unitarian Universalist General Assembly meets in Portland, Oregon to host Lummi Nation in a ceremony of solidarity... more →

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