Join the Denver Native Community in demanding that the CO legislature abolish this racist holiday! It started here and must die here!
Please come out and show some love and support for those who are still fighting in the invader's legal system for defending their homelands and a future for the babies yet unborn.
This is current news in regards to Indigenous Resistance to the Oild Sands. Enbridge (Canadian) pipelines are illegally passing through Red Lake Tribal lands. Tribal members are taking a stand against the pipelines, check out this video to learn more.
COME OUT AND GIVE YOUR VOICE!
Our Lakota brothers and sisters were arrested today for attempting to prevent tar sands trucks from entering their lands. The Keystone XL pipeline has not even been approved in South Dakota yet it's moving in. -Please share!
Our First Nations brothers and sisters have been working together to oppose the Northern Gateway pipeline- a pipeline that would deliver tar sands oil from Alberta, Canada to China. This is a short-term victory, as is the Keystone XL pipeline delay.
Thank you Creator for giving us another day to walk this Earth. Today shouldn't be any special to give thanks for that. This day is not to be celebrated, but it's to remember our ancestors and relatives that would of been, as we continue to face those same struggles, as indigenous peoples, everyday. That is something we can't and should not forget.
The Keystone XL Pipeline has been postponed for reviews until 2013!! This good news for now, we are thankful to everyone who helped make this happen, your hard work has not gone unnoticed!!
We had the honor to be featured on Newswire. Check it out!
A pretty good read on the Keystone XL project and our action today at Obama's speech. The nameless Indigenous resistance protesters include Thomas Poor Bear- Vice president of the Oglala Sioux Tribe and members from the American Indian Movement of Colorado. None of these articles are stating who we are