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Thursday, 25 February

03:13

Surviving for the Love of Hope Indian Country Headline News

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Living the Life: Limited Support for Adult Trafficking Survivors Indian Country Headline News

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Wednesday, 24 February

11:43

Why I’m hoping the Algonquin land claim proposal is voted down | Ricochet Aboriginal News Group Newswire

Why I’m hoping the Algonquin land claim proposal is voted down | Ricochet: Canada’s systems — education system, law, health, housing, child care and social services — are not working for Indigenous people. There is no reason for us to continue to discuss this. What Indigenous nations need are land and resources, so we can draw revenue and begin to build our own systems based on Indigenous knowledge and understandings of the world in ways that are meaningful to our people.

This is the only way we are going to be able to live the way we deserve to live. Without access to land and resources, we will remain within the oppressive and inadequate colonial order that is harming us. Our people will continue to fill jails, Indigenous women will continue to be murdered, we will continue to be poor, our disability rates will continue to climb, and our children will continue to be taken away from us.

11:13

Philippines islanders unite to resist 'land grab' palm oil companies - The Ecologist Aboriginal News Group Newswire

Philippines islanders unite to resist 'land grab' palm oil companies - The Ecologist: Residents of Palawan Island in the Philippines have united to take on the companies that they say have grabbed their land.

Palawan is a large island-province of the Philippines that lies midway between the rest of the archipelago and Borneo.

The great beauty and biological value of the island was validated in 1990 when the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) conferred the status of 'Man and Biosphere Reserve' on this tropical paradise.

10:38

Prank leaves Facebook 'Nazis' red in the face - The Local Aboriginal News Group Newswire

Prank leaves Facebook 'Nazis' red in the face - The Local: Instead of the picture showing the supposed vouchers, it now stated in bold, red lettering: "I'm a dumb Nazi. I spread hate speech online and don't even check the things I share."

05:05

TV host �zt�rk testifies on charges of spreading ‘terrorist propaganda’ Aboriginal News Group Newswire

TV host �zt�rk testifies on charges of spreading ‘terrorist propaganda’: According to the Habert�rk news station, �zt�rk testified to Bakırk�y Deputy Chief Public Prosecutor İdris Kurt on Monday as part of an investigation launched into him after a woman who introduced herself as a teacher from the southeastern province of Diyarbakır phoned in to his popular "Beyaz Show" last month and complained about the ongoing deaths of civilians in the Southeast.

The woman, Ayşe �elik, expressed her frustrations to �zt�rk, saying the media is not accurately portraying the conflict in the Southeast and that children are dying due to clashes between Turkish security forces and the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).

02:27

Bolivia: violence precedes vote on term limits | World War 4 Report Aboriginal News Group Newswire

Bolivia: violence precedes vote on term limits | World War 4 Report: In the Feb. 17 incident, six municipal government workers died of asphyxiation after city officials allegedly refused to let them leave the building despite an angry demonstration outside. The demonstration culminated with protesters setting the municipal office on fire. The national government accused El Alto's opposition mayor, Soledad Chapet�n, of a "self-assassination" (autoatentado) of her employees; Chapet�n retaliated by accusing the government of holding back the National Police to give the protesters a free hand as they torched the building. She invoked the lost lives in urging her followers to vote no in the referendum, saying the "best homage we can make to our fallen comrades it to be able to contribute to democracy" in Bolivia. Six people have been arrested and charged by Bolivia's judicial body, the Fiscal�a, over the deadly incident.

02:03

Washington May Invest in Native Projects to Save Local Waters Indian Country Headline News

The Washington state Department of Ecology has proposed investing state and federal dollars in 103 projects designed to...

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