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tara houska
ojibwe. attorney. director . advisor . co-founder . speaker . zhaabo@gmail.com
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teleSUR English 20h
The Dakota Access Pipeline is almost complete, activists are doing what they can in last ditch attempts to stop it.
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Adia Benton Oct 17
Native ‘blood’, black ‘friend’: fictive intimacy as absolution for benefiting from white supremacy
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Christi Belcourt Oct 17
My hearts aches for her parents. It’s unconscionable. This is literally the definition of genocide.
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Bill McKibben 20h
Eary reports that and another water protector were arrested at a shareholder meeting for Energy Transfer Partners. These people need our support in the fight against pipeline. Please kick in!
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SaltyLilOjibwe Oct 18
Boozhoo, Since I have some new followers I'm gonna say this again: if I tweet something that is specifically for Native peoples, please think *extra* hard before commenting on it. I'm not in constant search of white input. Miigwech!
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Jackie Fielder 16h
This is where prison, fossil fuel, war, & other efforts come together. Let’s do this 🙌🏽
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Matt Remle 23h
Native Americans React to Elizabeth Warren’s DNA Test: Stop Making Native People “Political Fodder” via
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Anderson Cooper 360° Oct 17
On the Standing Rock Reservation, activists say new ID rules, requiring voters in North Dakota, and on tribal lands, to present a photo ID with a street address, are designed to keep Native Americans from voting and threaten to disenfranchise their votes: reports
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Democracy Now! 22h
Native Americans React to Elizabeth Warren’s DNA Test: Stop Making Native People “Political Fodder”
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Democracy Now! 21h
As many as 5,000 Native Americans in North Dakota could be barred from voting in November's election by an "outrageous" voter ID law "specifically written" to exclude voters who use P.O. boxes. More with journalist :
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Maddow Blog Oct 17
BREAKING: Native Americans push back on North Dakota voter ID rule, announcing in a new statement they will issue street address documents at polling locations to members who need them.
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Johnnie Jae aka The Brown Ball of Fury Oct 17
And in today's WTF moments that Natives have to deal with....the owner of the , yes...her business really is using a derogatory racial slur towards Natives refers to Natives as a "Hate Group" and her parents have said that Natives are the Uneducated Spawns of Satan
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Niibin Makwa (Derek) Oct 17
It looks like hate crime to me. There is a blatant threat in the letter. Threats to children is a serious issue. I would expect that the police would investigate this immediately..
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Ayşe Gürsöz Oct 17
"We are calling for action and accountability from the institutions enabling fossil fuel extraction to devastate the Earth and communities worldwide,” said Osprey Orielle Lake, ED of .
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Sierra Club Oct 17
94 of the world's largest banks are meeting in DC this week to revise the Equator Principles. Today they were met by Indigenous women from across the US and local activists urging banks to stop funding dirty fuels and pipelines.
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WECAN, International Oct 9
BREAKING - '’s Delegation Takes Fossil Fuel Demands To New York City & Washington D.C.' - press release:
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Ben Cushing Oct 17
Tara Houska of calling on executives of the world’s largest banks to remember their own humanity and stop abusing Indigenous communities with their investments in dirty fuels and pipelines.
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Leau Est La Vie Camp 22h
Security just threw out water protectors who took action at a pipeline company shareholder meeting in Texas. Energy Transfer CEO Kelcy Warren was in the room and refuses to stop destroying communities.
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tara houska 21h
Lol. Gotta love it when defenders of a white female politician tear into Native people actually doing work for Native communities. Nice job stirring up anti-Native trolls, .
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Democracy Now! Oct 18
. says Native women running for office this year have formed a network using the hashtag to connect each other to resources and provide support. "The network they've created may be the most lasting institution of this whole election"
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