Washington State Attorney General Adopts a Free, Prior and Informed Consent Policy with Tribes

If we are to finally stop the endless bloodbath of war and imperialism, then holding accountable the governments and populaces of those same military powers when they wantonly abuse the human rights of the Indigenous Peoples in “their” home territories is the rational first step to creating a more humane world. So remember those letters: #FPIC, F-P-I-C. Those four powerful letters may be a key to the future of our species.” Fawn Sharp President of the Quinault Indian Nation Continue reading

Native Nations Standing together for the Paris Climate Change Agreement

Cannon Ball, ND, Taholah, WA, La Conner, WA and Juneau, AK – Four Native Nations from across North America announced today that they will continue to uphold and support the Paris Climate Change Agreement. Continue reading

Standing with Standing Rock: Quinault Nation Demands Immediate Stop to the Dakota Access pipeline

TAHOLAH, WA (11/2/16)—The Quinault Indian Nation has written to Governor Jack Dalrymple and Lt. Governor Drew Wrigley of North Dakota, United States Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Assistant Secretary of the Army Jo-Ellen Darcy in support of water protectors opposing the Dakota Annex Pipeline, according to Quinault President Fawn Sharp. Continue reading