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As the pandemic of COVID-19 wreaks havoc on our communities, we are witnessing inspiring Indigenous groups and individuals respond with direct action and vital support. Considering the cultural contexts, needs, and especially the history of colonial violence and destruction of our means of self and collective sufficiency, we see these distinct formations of Indigenous Mutual Aid as necessary.

Please check out the directory of Indigenous Mutual Aid efforts throughout so-called Turtle Island and support the ongoing emergency fund!

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    April 14, 2020 at 5:58 PM

    If ur in Durango, CO. — i am trying to get resources to BIPOC!
    Email: & let me know how i can help!
    Bear Clan

  2. Sydney Ji

    April 26, 2020 at 3:22 PM

    Liberated Capital – A Decolonizing Wealth Fund would be a great addition-
    I don’t know for sure whether they work with cops, but it doesn’t seem likely.

    • admin

      April 26, 2020 at 3:31 PM

      I think we would avoid it based on it’s Indigenous capitalist orientation and non-profit industry focus.
      Ahe’ hee’!

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O’odham Executed by Border Patrol: Statement by Raymond Mattia Family




Raymond Mattia of the Tohono O’odham Nation was executed by US border patrol agents on May 18th at his home. He was reportedly shot 38 times.

A peaceful gathering to support all victims of the
unmonitored violent actions of the Border Patrol and other agencies will be held at The Border
Patrol Station in Why, Az, and Tucson on Golf Links Road this Saturday, May 27th, from

For more information please visit:

Statement by Mattia Raymond’s family:

We have been trying to find the strength to write this statement. This tragedy is so
grievous because it is apparent what had happened. Raymond called for help and, in turn, was
shot down at his doorstep. Raymond’s rights were violated by the authorities whom we trust to
protect our Nation. Improper and unprofessional actions of the agencies involved were witnessed
by family members present near the crime scene. Loved ones sat in agony, not knowing of
Raymond’s condition until they were told that he had passed hours later. Raymond lay in front of
his home for seven hours before a coroner from Tucson arrived.
In our eyes and hearts, we believe that Raymond was approached with excessive and
deadly force that took his life. He was a father, brother, uncle, friend, and an involved
community member. Raymond always fought for what was right, and he will continue to fight
even after his death. This is not an isolated incident, but it should bring awareness of the
oppression our people live through.
We want to thank so many of you for your condolences and support. A GoFundMe for
defense funds will be available soon. A peaceful gathering to support all victims of the
unmonitored violent actions of the Border Patrol and other agencies will be held at The Border Patrol Station in Why, Az, and Tucson on Golf Links Road this Saturday, May 27th, from 10:00am-Noon.

Contact for support:

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ALERT: Imminent Uranium Mining Threat at Grand Canyon – Haul No!




Underground blasting & above ground work has begun at Pinyon Plain/Canyon Mine, just miles from the Grand Canyon. 

Workers are readying to start mining uranium at the mine. According to the Forest Service, workers are blasting daily though no ore is being moved yet. Once Energy Fuels starts hauling out radioactive ore, they plan to haul 30 tons per day through Northern Arizona to the company’s processing mill 300 miles away. 

The Grand Canyon, sacred site Red Butte, precious water, and communities along the haul route are in danger! 

As all legal options have failed, we need you to join us to stand up and stop this nuclear catastrophe from permanently poisoning our communities!

Join our telegram channel to connect for actions and support:

For more info & to donate for legal defense:

Pinyon Plain/Canyon Mine Haul Route Facts:

* Total distance of 300 miles.

* 12 trucks with capacity to haul up to 30 tons of highly radioactive ore per day.

* Truck loads to be covered with thin tarps, the only shielding from uranium and only protection from environmental contamination.

* Proposed route will go through high population areas such as Valle, Williams, and Flagstaff; as well as through rural Navajo reservation communities including Cameron, Tuba City, and Kayenta; near the Hopi reservation, and finally arrive at Energy Fuel’s White Mesa Mill only three miles from the Ute Mountain Ute tribal community of White Mesa, Utah.

#haulno #stoppinyonplainmine



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New Website Design!




Welcome to our new site.
We’ve made a range of changes, most notably with our menu items and categories.

We’re still working on updating old posts so they show properly. If you’re looking for something specific check out our search engine.
If you find anything broken with the site please email us.

Many of you have asked and yes, we are also re-organizing the shop but that will still take some time. Much of our capacity at Táala Hooghan Infoshop (where we print shirts etc) is still dedicated to Kinłani Mutual Aid. We are considering going with a print on demand service but we’d really prefer not to. We will provide updates soon.

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