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Natives Celebrate Olympic Failure

The Native Youth Movement (NYM) is Native Peoples Liberation Movement, fighting for our People, our Land, and our way of Life.The Native Youth Movement is in the midst of becoming a Grand Council of Young and Old (Veteran/Battle Tested) Warriorz alike. A Warriorz Society with the Young Warriorz serving as the Physical protectors, and the O.G.s (Original Guerrillas) as the Advisor Warriorz, giving direction through lessons, age old teachings, previous battles, and from the Spirits and our Ancestors, who have passed on this responsibility of defending our Indian way.

Robo y Resistencia de la tierra indigena/Indigenous Land Theft and Resistance En Guatemala/In Guatemala

Ingrid Deleon/PNN Voces de inmigrantes en resistencia
Friday, March 26, 2010

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Two-Spirits: a movie about Fred Martinez Jr

Mari V. Tuesday, April 13, 2010;

When I was little, I always knew my biological father was different than other dads. I used to tell my childhood friends, "My Dad acts like your Mom." I remember the times when he would realize he would seem more feminine and then try to 'buck up' and act more masculine. I thought it was always funny, and didn't really understand it when I was little. I remember telling him, "Dad, I like it more when your like a girl instead of you trying to be a boy."

Protect Black Mesa Horse Ride: 100 MILES ON HORSEBACK FOR TRIBAL TRANSPARENCY

Black Mesa Water Coalition
Wednesday, April 14, 2010

BLACK MESA RESIDENTS TO RIDE 100 MILES ON HORSEBACK FOR TRIBAL TRANSPARENCY: ‘It’s time to protect our homelands’

Resist Uncle Sam Scams: welfareQUEENs Report--Stimulus Fund short-term jobs must better support poor parents!

Vivian Hain/PNN
Tuesday, April 27, 2010

It’s been a little over two years since I graduated with my B.A. degree in Humanities Public Policy while surviving on welfare with my three young daughters, thinking that not only would I be able to help change the world for the better, but to also have the sole ability to pull my family out of poverty and get a stable living wage job.

It was a warm night...A poem in honor of a young brother, Idriss Stelley, shot down by police

 

It was a warm night
the kind that drips
with pain

It was a warm night
filled with whispers
and screams

you can peel that
kind of night away
with your fingernails -
you can cry into
that kind of night
and no-one will hear you

it was a warm night
filled with you ...

I was born here:Landless African Descendent Elder fights racism, classism and the Amerikkka just-US system--and wins!

Landless African descendant elder fights Amerikkkan just-us and wins!

by Tiny, aka Lisa Gray-Garcia, poverty scholar and daughter of Dee

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