1704 N. 2nd St. Occupied Lands, Flagstaff, AZ 86004

Unsheltered Indigenous People Rally Against Racism & Racial Profiling in Flagstaff


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 always had a place to live.”

In 2006 The National Coalition for the Homeless named the City of Flagstaff the 10th “meanest” city in the U.S. due to policies targeting the “homeless” or unsheltered population.

According to annual reports from the Flagstaff Police Department,the City of Flagstaff arrests an average of more than 3,000 Indigenous People every year yet only 7,000 Native people call Flagstaff their home.

Unsheltered relatives called for: Immediate end to Flagstaff’s Anti-camping ordinance End to the “ROPE” repeat offender program Passage of a Homeless Bill of Rights Culturally based shelter and rehabilitation center supported by Navajo Nation and other Nations They also announced that they are going to wear body cameras to document police harassment and violence.

You can support their efforts here: www.taalahooghan.org/support-unsheltered-relatives/

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French translation / traduction française:


As it is no longer possible to download from YouTube without subscribing to an application for $89 a month (!), I could not put subtitles to the video, but roughly translated it under in the post.

Vu qu’il n’est plus possible de télécharger une vidéo de YouTube sans payer 89 dollars par mois pour une application, je n’ai pas pu sous-titrer la vidéo, mais j’ai mis une traduction sommaire au bas de l’article (avec les temps des interventions, auxquels vous pouvez vous reporter pour suivre)

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7/14/20 - We are shutting down our shop for now (hopefully not too long!) as we have shifted our organizing to focus full time on mutual aid through Kinłani Mutual Aid during this pandemic.
We intend on honoring all orders made recently and those that are seriously overdue. We sincerely apologize for our lack of response to some of your inquiries regarding the status of your orders. If you would rather have a refund please email us with the order number and subject "requesting refund." We hand print all shirts and organize orders at Táala Hooghan Infoshop where Kinłani Mutual Aid is now operating out of. We have limited space to manage printing right now (though that may change in the next few weeks).
Again, we sincerely apologize for this issue and will be sending all outstanding orders ASAP.
Ahe' hee',
The Indigenous Action Team