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Treaty of Niagara 250th Anniversary

250th Anniversary of the Treaty of Niagara – 1764  August 1st – 2nd, 2014

To commemorate the 250th anniversary of the Treaty of Niagara, First Nations Elders, youth, men, women and leaders will be gathering to celebrate as well as discuss this hugely significant Treaty.   122 more words

Activism

Treaty of Niagara 250th Anniversary

250th Anniversary of the Treaty of Niagara – 1764  August 1st – 2nd, 2014

To commemorate the 250th anniversary of the Treaty of Niagara, First Nations Elders, youth, men, women and leaders will be gathering to celebrate as well as discuss this hugely significant Treaty.   122 more words

Canada

Stand with Grassy Narrows July 29-31

Join Idle No More in Toronto on July 29th – 31st, as we stand with Grassy Narrows to bring attention to their continuous struggle for clean water, and their inherent right to protect it. 263 more words

Activism

Stand with Grassy Narrows July 29-31

Join Idle No More in Toronto on July 29th – 31st, as we stand with Grassy Narrows to bring attention to their continuous struggle for clean water, and their inherent right to protect it. 263 more words

Ecology

The nuclear war against Australia's Aboriginal people

Jim Green

14th July 2014

Australia’s nuclear industry has a shameful history of ‘radioactive racism’ that dates from the British bomb tests in the 1950s, writes Jim Green. 1,997 more words

Global

First Nations Shaming Ceremony Challenges Parliament to New Relationship

A traditional shaming ceremony being held on the steps of Parliament is meant to challenge the federal government to renew its troubled relationship with First Nations, says a prominent West Coast artist. 391 more words

Canada

Navajo Nation Council Rescinds Uranium Mining Legislation, Groups to Push for Clean Up

Leona Morgan, Diné NO NUKES
leonamorgan@icloud.com
Jonathan Perry, ENDAUM
jonjperry@yahoo.com

NAVAJO GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONS TO ADVOCATE FOR CLEAN UP
Navajo Nation Council Rescinds Mining Legislation

WINDOW ROCK, AZ—Concerned Diné Citizens, a coalition of Navajo grassroots organizations and residents opposed to uranium mining, applaud the Navajo Nation Council’s vote to close a loophole created by a previous uranium mining legislation Tuesday (7/22/14) which had authorized access over Navajo Trust Land to a uranium mining company Uranium Resources Incorporated (URI). 310 more words

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