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MS-13 Dumping Dead Bodies Near Elementary School Has NY Residents Rethinking Immigration | Chris Menahan - Information Liberation

After importing one fifth the entire population of the murder capital of the world, El Salvador, people are showing up dead left and right here in America, go figure. 185 more words

Police State

Residential/Boarding schools and their inflicted wounds, a road to awarenes and healing: Orange Shirt Day / Facebook post, Noisy Waters Northwest

September 30, 2016  Noisy Waters Northwest

“It’s said that our greatest sufferings can bring about our greatest triumphs. Forty years later, Phyllis spearheaded the Orange Shirt Day movement to raise awareness about crimes committed against aboriginal children between 1931 and 1996 in the residential school system, and to promote healing.” – Gerry Chidiac, “ 115 more words

Commentary

Michigan Woman May Face Fine from Complex for Hanging U.S. Flag | Katherine Rodriguez - Breitbart

Doris Fladzinkski of Michigan is facing threats of fines from her townhome complex for hanging an American flag on her door.

Doris Fladzinkski hung the flag on her door at Kearsley Creek Townhomes and received a notice that she would be fined $25 per day for every day the flag remained up until she took it down. 13 more words

Nanny State

Race relations at the crossroads

A critical look back at indigenous-non-indigenous dealings a year after the TRC gave us its final report

By Joan Cohen

“The fundamental misunderstanding of colonizers was that they felt they were filling a gap and raising Indigenous people from ‘savagery’. 1,705 more words

Feature

Capel Celyn And The Struggle To Be Remembered

On a recent trip to the land of my fathers I decided to take the opportunity to visit Tryweryn. For anyone under the age of, well… my age, the chances are you will not have heard of it, but for me it has always been a ghost of my nationality; something from the past, something that needed visiting in the present, something that personally needed addressing. 2,790 more words

Bookburning: Still A Thing

I’ve been reading through the material associated with this suppressed history of the Hopi potter Nampeyo and am convinced this is a case of abuse of power, cultural appropriation, censorship and racism. 453 more words