Flagstaff, AZ â€” Continuing itâ€™s years-long desecration and assault on Indigenous Peoplesâ€™ ways of life, ecological destruction, and threats to public health, Arizona Snowbowl ski area opened with snow made from millions of gallons of 100% treated sewage today. After being forced to delay its opening day twice due to lack of natural snowfall, the ski
[caption id="attachment_4727" align="alignright" width="232"] *Art re-worked from an old-school graphic, @nticopyright*[/caption] Because the action doesnâ€™t stop if or when someone is arrested. Please add additional resources in the comments. #untilallarefree â€śPrisoner support is not only a tool necessary to the success and survival of our movement; it is also the antithesis of the oppression and exploitation that we seek
Fall 2017 (v1.0)â€¨ Edits and contributions by Indigenous Action Media Collective & friends â€¨www.indigenousaction.org Downloadable PDFs | Readable | Printable (zine format) [expand title="CLICK HERE FOR BRIEF TIMELINE"] The first Columbus Day celebration reportedly took place in 1792 in occupied Lenape lands aka â€śNew Yorkâ€ť when colonizers marked 300 years since Columbusâ€™ brutal invasion of Taino lands in 1492.
Never forget September 11, 1609 Henry Hudson invaded Lenapehoking #anticolonial #neverforget #indigenousresistance â€śSome Monster of the Seaâ€ť Excerpt from Penhawitz and Wampage and the Seventeenth-Century World They Dominated by Anne-Marie Cantwell Oral tradition has it that when the Munsee saw a European ship in their waters, they wondered if it was â€śsome monster of the seaâ€ť (Jameson 1909 :293; see also Heckewelder
by anon Report from Occupied Oâ€™odham Lands (Phoenix) Anti-colonial Anti-fascist Contingent Last night we edged beyond the limitations of anti-fascism on stolen lands. As marches converged and crowds swelled, amidst black flags and a banner reading â€śUnited Against Colonialism and Fascism, Smash White Supremacy,â€ť we coalesced into a force, at times chanting the inspired, â€śSettler scum, your
Building Momentum in Resistance to Grand Canyon Uranium Mining & Transport Originally posted at www.haulno.org Photos by Dustin Wero | Instagram: darth_wero In late 2016 Indigenous anti-nuke & sacred sites organizers decided something had to be done to confront the threat of radioactive uranium ore transport from the Grand Canyon to the White Mesa Mill. In December of