Indigenous Resistance


Bad Indians... "Forgive Me" for not being a Good Indian

I was told by those old ones
that every song has a special time and a place where its sang
this is our song
and this our time
they used to say the only good indian is a dead indian
i must be a no good at being indian
cuz I feel alive and kicking
we are the bastard reject children of manifest destiny

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: END ALL RACIST MASCOTING!!!

Indigenous Peoples Media Project of POOR Magazine and POOR NEWS NETWORK fully endorses the action United Native Americans Hosts: Occupy America's Past-Time. Ending Racism Towards Indigenous People. We at POOR News Network are passionate about the issues of racist mascoting and have been reporting and supporting on these issues many years.

 

THE 2nd DECLARATION FOR HEALTH, LIFE AND DEFENSE OF OUR LANDS, RIGHTS AND FUTURE GENERATIONS

This declaration was made by the International Indigenous Women's Reproductive and Environmental Health Initiative, who just released the 2nd Declaration for "HEALTH, LIFE AND DEFENSE OF OUR LANDS, RIGHTS AND FUTURE GENERATIONS" and that was affirmed by consensus April 29th, 2012 in Chickaloon Native Village, Alaska

 

Indigenous Youth Scholarship... Cedar Firesong Robideau Speaks!

Indigenous Peoples Media Project on the beat with Cedar Firesong Robideau. She discusses issues relating to two-spirits, reproductice justice, decolonization, and reclaiming traditions...

No History Is illegal- The Fight for Our own Herstories in Arizona

Tucson's Mexican American Studies Director Sean Arce Speaks at Mission High on the Banning of Ethnic Studies in Arizona..

We arrive at Mission High School with POOR Magazine family to witness and take part in an event called "No History is Illegal". Sean Arce, fired from his job as director of the Tucson school district's Mexican American Studies program, was about to speak on the banning of ethnic studies in Arizona.

Response to Doctrine of Discovery by Native Youth Youth Sexual Health Network at the United Nations

This Statement was written on behalf of The Native Youth Sexual Health Network, on 10 May 2012 at the Eleventh Session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, 7-18 May 2012 regarding Agenda Item 4: Report on the expert group meeting: combating violence against indigenous women and girls, article 22 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

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