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OCCUPIED LANDS OF SO-CALLED "EL PASO, TEXAS" — El Paso Police Department has issued warrants for sixteen organizers — known as the Borderland16 — from seven different
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Flagstaff police attempted to murder an unsheltered Indigenous relative on Monday.
Most folx who live on the eastside know Mat, his low rider bike and bandana are as much a fixture in
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
OCCUPIED FLAGSTAFF, AZ — Flagstaff police stalked and cited an Indigenous organizer in so-called Flagstaff, Arizona last night for their alleged role in a demonstration that took to the streets the previous month on what is now
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Kinłani/Flagstaff, AZ -- An anti-colonial anti-fascist gathering of more than 60 participants was held at Táala Hooghan Infoshop from April 6-8, 2018. This was a powerful weekend for a number of reasons but primarily because it was
Anti-Colonial Anti-fascist Community Defense Gathering
A 3-day gathering to provide anti-fascist & anti-colonial workshops, skill-shares, and discussions to further our communities capacities to fight back against all forms of oppression and for defense of Mother Earth.
Dates: April 6 -8, 2018
Unsheltered Indigenous community members organized a rally on March 24, 2018 to end racism and racial profiling in Kinłani also known as "Flagstaff." They shared their experiences and calls to action.
Shane R. stated, "Before 1492 we we're never homeless, we
Flagstaff, AZ — Continuing it’s years-long desecration and assault on Indigenous Peoples’ 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.
Report from Occupied O’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 “United Against Colonialism and Fascism, Smash
April 15, 2017 grand opening of K'é Infoshop in Window Rock on the Diné (Navajo) Nation. www.facebook.com/KeInfoshop/
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P.O. Box 400, Window Rock, AZ 86525
Uranium Mining Could Begin June 2017 at Sacred Site
GRAND CANYON, AZ — Energy Fuels Inc. recently reported that it has completed drilling of it’s uranium mine shaft at Canyon Mine, which is located just miles from the Grand
Red Warrior Camp has left the Lands and Waters of Oceti Sakowin.
Grassroots leaders LaDonna Tamakawastewin Allard, and Chase Iron Eyes from Standing Rock have also spoken and have made it abundantly clear that they want those equipped for the harsh
By Klee Benally | @eelk
Grand Canyon, AZ — On October 13, 2016, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) issued three controversial air quality permits for uranium mines near the Grand Canyon. The uranium mining will desecrate sacred sites and further
Las Vegas, NV — Indigenous rights and environmental advocates from throughout the US condemned nuclear colonialism on what is recognized as “Columbus Day” Monday, October 10, 2016. Native Community Action Council held a press conference in front of the Thomas
By Amanda Blackhorse, @blackhorse_a
The past three weeks have been a pivotal time in the fight to protect mother earth and sacred sites. As many people gather in Standing Rock to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline, there is similar struggle
Power Lines Film Premiere!
Saturday, May 21, 2016
7:30pm - $11
15 W Aspen Ave, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
With Q&A, Panel Discussion, Poetry and Music!
Tickets available at: www.orpheumflagstaff.com/event/1182739-film-premiere-power-lines-flagstaff/
Facebook Event: www.facebook.com/events/269925806682458/
More info & trailer: www.powerlinesmovie.com
Flagstaff, AZ -- More than 100 community members rallied outside Flagstaff City Hall then filled the council chambers to support a proposal for Indigenous Peoples’ Day. After hearing strong testimony regarding injustices Indigenous community members face, city council members discussed