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“First Daughter and the Black Snake” Lights the Path

LA PROGRESSIVE's Dick Price wrote: Besides being a masterfully conceived, thoroughly engaging film, what makes "First Daughter" so moving is the heartening solution it offers in these dark times. There are two videos at this link... READ: "First Daughter and the Black Snake" Lights the Path - LA Progressive

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[BREAKING NEWS] The Beginning is Near: The Deep North, Evictions and Pipeline Deadlines

By Winona LaDuke Special to News From Indian Country and Everybody Else Standing Rock is an unpredicted history lesson for all of us.  More than any moment I recall since Wounded Knee, the Vietnam War, or the time of Martin Luther King, this moment stands as a crossroads in the battle for social justice.  It… Continue reading [BREAKING NEWS] The Beginning is Near: The Deep North, Evictions and Pipeline Deadlines

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Standing Rock Protectors | Free Leonard Peltier | Where is Media on #NoDAPL

Native American Activist Winona LaDuke at Standing Rock: It's Time to Move On from Fossil Fuels While Democracy Now! was covering the Standing Rock standoff earlier this month, we spoke to Winona LaDuke, longtime Native American activist and executive director of the ... (watch video)  Read More → AMY GOODMAN interview: Is facial recognition technology… Continue reading Standing Rock Protectors | Free Leonard Peltier | Where is Media on #NoDAPL

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Winona LaDuke: Predator economics: We must fight

About Man Camps, Predator Economics and Winona LaDuke on WE ARE THE POWERSHIFT, WE MUST FIGHT In reference to man camps in North Dakota oil country, Linda Thompson, director of First Nations Women's Alliance of North Dakota, emphasized how the camps brought a huge amount of men into the communities. Sexual assaults, sex trafficking, and… Continue reading Winona LaDuke: Predator economics: We must fight