Seattle, WA – On May 19th, Northwest Tribes won a major legal victory over the State of Washington in a salmon habitat case that could force the state to pay $2 billion to restore salmon habitat. Continue reading
On April 4th, it was discovered that the Dakota Access pipeline had leaked 84-gallons of oil. The leak occurred 100-miles east of the Missouri River’s Lake Oahe reservoir, the source of drinking water for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Continue reading
The Wyoming State legislature has passed a bill that will require all state schools social studies standards to ensure the cultural heritage, history and contemporary contributions of American Indians are included. Continue reading
I followed the warm night into the Market, driving past the stall where fish were thrown earlier. I came close to the park where the Totem poles stand watch.
“Hey Indian!” A voice called out the familiar phrase. “Give a ride enit?” Two young natives sat near the intersection. Original landowners, homeless, drunk, in love. Continue reading
In the Spirit of World Peace. In the Spirit of Peace with Mother Earth.
In global acknowledgement of the INTERNATIONAL SPIRITUAL MONUMENT at STANDING ROCK, in the Oceti Sakowin Treaty Territories of the Dakotas, the Great Turtle Island Abya Yala; Continue reading