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Saturday, 09 January

16:19

Sanders talks Bundy-led takeover of wildlife refuge during Vegas Aboriginal News Group Newswire

Sanders talks Bundy-led takeover of wildlife refuge during Vegas: Walker: "They are armed; they've gone in armed; do you see this as an act of domestic terrorism?"
Sen. Sanders: "So far -- thank God -- nobody has been killed, but people with guns cannot be allowed to take over federal property. That has to be dealt with, they must be prosecuted, but again, I want to see this ended with as minimal violence as possible."

12:33

TA’KAIYA BLANEY 14 : GETS UP & STANDS UP FOR CULTURE & ENVIRONMENT ULTRA KULTURE

TaKaiya-Stands-Up “I hope to bring the whales, sea otters, orcas, salmon and herring back. Our goal is to restore wildlife populations throughout the Salish Sea.”

 

Ta’Kaiya, whose very name means “Special Water,” grew up in Vancouver, raised by her mother, a teacher, and her father, a social worker for Squamish youth.

“My family has always been inspiring and supportive,” she confides. Her work with the Salish Sea Youth Foundation takes place in her community around Vancouver.

In 2014 she received the United Religions Initiative award (URI), a recognition of youth leadership in improving the lives of Indigenous Peoples, and the John Gibbard Award of Canada for her contribution to indigenous rights and the environment. She is a Youth Ambassador for Nativ...

08:26

Guatemala: ex-officers arrested in 'disappearances' | World War 4 Report Aboriginal News Group Newswire

Guatemala: ex-officers arrested in 'disappearances' | World War 4 Report: Guatemalan media broadcast images of the former officials in handcuffs, some of them in tears, as they were led away to a military prison. Lucas García is accused of participating in at least 558 "forced disappearances." Other charges against the men include involvement in the 1982 massacre at Plan de Sánchez, Baja Verapaz department, in which soldiers and paramilitary troops tortured, sexually abused and killed local residents. Lucas García struck a defiant tone, telling reporters: "I fought the guerilla face-to-face, arm-against-arm, and not as a coward or a psychopath."

06:11

How did I Miss That? Elk and Militia Invasion; Monkey Litigation Indian Country Headline News

USA Today reported that Matthew Siegal of Hailey, Idaho was awakened after mi...

05:36

DON'T DESTROY NAIROBI NATIONAL PARK, NGONG ROAD FORESTS OR NAIROBI RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONS Aboriginal News Group Newswire

PRESS RELEASE
December 21st   2015
NAIROBI RESIDENTS AND THE CONSERVATION ALLIANCE OF KENYA, OBJECT TO THE PROPOSED ROUTINGS OF THE SGR PHASE 2A THROUGH NAIROBI, AND PROPOSE AN ALTERNATIVE
Our objection to the SGR (Standard Gauge Railway) Phase II is based on the following concerns:

·         Unacceptable...

03:29

Bright Spot in Indian Mortgages: Indian-Owned Banks Indian Country Headline News

Is there any good new in the annual federal mortgage data that tracks home loan finance for American Indians?...

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