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tara houska
ojibwe. attorney. director . advisor . co-founder . speaker . zhaabo@gmail.com
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Lakota Law Project Jan 16
"We don't want these tar sands going through our waters," said , dir. of & an organizer of the national Indig. People's March & a member of the steering comm. "That's the message I'm carrying to D.C."
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Mark Ruffalo Jan 6
In 12 days, the first annual Indigenous Peoples March on Washington will be happening. This is history in the making. Join me in supporting their march for change:
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Women's March Rome Jan 16
We believe through nonviolent resistance and activism, we will help to create a stronger and more vocal alliance of citizenry who will more actively participate in democracy. – 📸Valentina Vella –
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Why I March: Tara Houska 'Giving Voice to Mother Earth' | Last Real Indians via
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Women's March Global Jan 9
Last year, 207 land and environmental activists were killed across 22 countries. Women activists continue the fight for environmental rights.
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Jourdan Bennett-Begaye Jan 16
Indian Country being affected by the . Add your tribe or independent company/organization to our spreadsheets at:
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SF Public Bank Jan 14
Drum roll, please! Introducing our SF Public Bank PSA!
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Bill McKibben Jan 15
I have a feeling this could be a pretty big deal--an idea whose time has come, and not just in SF
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tara houska Jan 15
Replying to @MarkRuffalo
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Alice Rothchild, MD Jan 14
Jewish Voice for Peace Health Advisory Council & Violation for Week of Jan 14, 2019 HERO: lifelong human rights activist Angela Davis was due to receive the ’s Fred Shuttlesworth Human Rights Award until Jan 4 when it was rescinded.
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indianz.com Jan 15
"On behalf of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, I condemn President Trump’s racist and disrespectful tweet about this brutal incident, in which an estimated 300 unarmed men, women, and children were rounded up and slaughtered.”
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indianz.com Jan 15
Chairperson Aaron Payment of the Saulte Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians will be providing testimony at Democratic hearing. Payment is 1st Vice President of National Congress of American Indians
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ACLU Jan 14
There’s nothing funny about a president who makes light of the Wounded Knee Massacre, which left hundreds of Lakota dead — many of whom were elderly, women, and kids. Native Americans have told Trump time and again: Our cultures, identities, and histories are not a joke.
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NCAI Jan 14
NCAI denounces President Trump's invoking of Wounded Knee Massacre and Battle of Little Bighorn in political attack and encourages increased public education on tribal nations and Native peoples. Read more:
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Sara Mainville, LLM Jan 14
My Opinion piece (with Craig Benjamin/Amnesty) : Excluding human rights from project assessment and approval is an unworkable proposition
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indianz.com Jan 14
Following yet another racist jab from Donald Trump, Chairman Harold Frazier of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe has a question. "I ask you America, when are you going to come to your senses regarding this president?"
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tara houska Jan 14
Replying to @chazjewett
Boozhoo. This piece covers women facing violence for engaging in environmental work. Elizabeth is the ED of a non-profit, Cherri has worked at several. I wasn’t aware I’m taking up space meant for someone else when the issue is death threats, targeting, risks, etc. we face.
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tara houska Jan 14
Replying to @BWoehrel
Savanna Greywind. Ashley HeavyRunner. Olivia Lone Bear. Anthonette Christine Cayedito. Ashlynn Mike. And so, so many more. While you denounce women demanding something more, we continue our fight for justice.
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Women's March Jan 14
The 2019 Women’s March on Washington Steering Committee is made up of fierce change-makers who are on the front lines of our resistance movements. We couldn’t be more excited to have them lead the that’s coming. Read more about them here:
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