Posted in Columns Wade Rathke

Decolonizing Wealth

by Wade Rathke August 21, 2021 Pearl River     When we last spoke to Edgar Villanueva a couple of years ago when the first edition of his book, Decolonizing Wealth:  Indigenous Wisdom to Heal Divides and Restore…

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Posted in First Peoples News Navajo News

National Park Ranger condemned for attacking unarmed Indigenous man on sacred native land

“Public lands are stolen lands,” asserted Red Nation. “Indigenous people have the right to practice their culture and spiritual ways on Indigenous Land without fear of repression, discrimination, or violence.” by Brett Wilkins, staff writer Thursday,…

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Flagstaff High School Native American Club calls to rename the SF Peaks

By Trissdyn Nez Flagstaff, Arizona- The Native American Club at Flagstaff High School will be speaking at Flagstaff High School in the Multicultural Room (Room 701) at 7:30am on March 11th, 2020. Students from the indigenous…

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Posted in Columns Film First Nations Racism Review

‘Small Signs’, a powerful look at the underbelly of a tourist town

by Madrone Kalil Schutten, Ph.D., Guest column for the Meteor Friday, October 23, 2020 Small Signs: A Protest in Flagstaff, Arizona is a documentary on the pulse of the second wave of the civil rights movement….

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Yeah, yeah, global warming, but what’s that compared to profit? (Photo: @MoBetter_B/Twitter)
Posted in Op/Ed

We’re so certain of our Colonialist selves that we’re destroying our own planet

The global movement to end racism must turn its attention to the world’s most vulnerable cultures—the indigenous people of Planet Earth—who are still enduring the forces of colonial genocide. by Robert C. Koehler Thursday, July 16…

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