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Indigenous Environmental Network
Founded in 1990 the Indigenous Environmental Network is a North American network of Indigenous Peoples fighting for environmental justice & healthy communities.
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Two of the largest forests in the world have been burning. The boreal forest of Russia and the Amazon Forest. You can see the amount aerosols that are in the atmosphere because of these fires.
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Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) Aug 21
From Sept. 20-21 will host the 7th Climate Justice Youth Summit in Brooklyn, NY, the largest gathering of young people of color in the US on . We are fighting, not only for our survival, but to change a system that has been sustained off our backs.
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In These Times Aug 19
A carbon tax is a red herring, argues Cynthia Mellon of . We need to keep fossil fuels in the ground.
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“Right now in Brazil, as we speak there is massive deforestation. They are taking out the trees which impacts all of us.” talking about climate change at the Forum
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“Climate change is threatening the entire planet. It pains me very much that we have a president who believes climate change is a hoax. It is not a hoax. As president it will be my job to stand up to the fossil fuel industry and tell them this isn’t about profits.”
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“Count me as an ally to provide the financial resources to preserve your language.” tells Faith Spotted Eagle at the
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“Medals of Honor are given rarely and they are given to people who do important work. Massacring women and children is not an act of bravery.” talks about the Remove the Stain Act introduced to rescind Wounded Knee Massacre medals of honor.
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“We will seek cooperation betweeen the federal government and the tribal sovereign nation.” talks about the epidemic in Indigenous communities at the
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“We are gonna fight for a Medicare single payer system and that Native Americans will have health care which is a human right not a privilege.” as he speaks at the Frank LeMere Native American Presidential Forum.
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
. takes the stage at the to standing ovation and applause.
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indianz.com Aug 20
"We even ask the government to be an Indian -- that' how bad we are being treated. And we are tired of it. We were here first," Chairman Harold Frazier of Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe at Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
”I believe in doing what we can to right the wrongs, understanding we never fully can. But we can build a strong relationship.” talking about tribal sovereignty at the
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
I would end the remain in Mexico policy, I would end the cruel family separation policy immediately. I would put ALL undocumented immigrants on a path to citizenship-not just dreamers and their parents, ALL undocumented immigrants. on immigration at the
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“It makes me angry and sad. They have chosen cruelty- intentionally.” when asked how he feels about water protectors being put in cages at Standing Rock.
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“I have a plan to invest in Native communities including homelessness. I plan to end homelessness by 2028.” at the
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𝕁𝕖𝕟𝕟𝕚𝕗𝕖𝕣 𝕂. 𝔽𝕒𝕝𝕔𝕠𝕟 Aug 20
“I want to recognize and thank the water protectors in this room. Thank you for your courage in fighting for clean water and our environment.” addressing the frontlines at the
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“I believe that an effect administration needs to look like America, and that hasn’t always been the case. I would set up an office of Presidential personal that is diverse.” about making sure Indigenous voices are represented when he is President.
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
”I am proud I became the first 2020 candidate who out forward an Indigenous Peoples platform.”- at the You can read it yourself here:
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“I want to say a special thanks to those who’s lands we are on.”- gives first land acknowledgment during the Frank LeMere Native American Presidential Forum before also being the first candidate to honor Frank LeMere.
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Indigenous Environmental Network Aug 20
“Look to my history to know what I will do in the future.” talking about ICWA at the Frank LeMere Presidential Forum.
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