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For immediate release: No Toxic Waste Dump or Border Wall on O’odham Lands (tags)
Sonoyta, Sonora, MX – Indigenous and environmental justice activists will take action on Friday, June 5, 2009 in the town of Sonoyta in support of the O’odham indigenous peoples of Arizona and Mexico who are fighting a toxic waste dump proposed near villages and a sacred ceremonial site in Quitovac, Sonora, Mexico.
Protect Sacred Sites: Stop Toxic Dumping on O'odham Land (tags)
On March 29, 2008 Traditional O’odham leaders and International Supporters arrived in the small village of Quitovac in the Northern Sonoran State of Mexico to honor the land, the sky, the water, and all life, and to continue organizing to stop the building of a toxic waste dump that’s planned to be placed just a few miles from one of the most sacred ceremony sites of the O’odham.
O’odham Return from Gathering with Mexico’s Indigenous and Subcomandante (tags)
A short report back on the recent indigenous resistance gathering in Northern Mexico
Marcos at Mexico-US Border (tags)
“We Will Come and Stay With You, Without Guns, Only With Our Words” Zapatista Comandantes Arrive at Mexico-US Border
Solving ecological problems by restoring indigenous wisdom (tags)
Indigenous ecoknowledge can help in solving modern man-made problems with permaculture, decolonization, dismantling border fence, riparian floodplain restoration, etc..
Why the Minutemen failed (tags)
The Minutmen's appeal to the far right ignored the source of illegal immigration, economic inequality between US and Mexico, instead they focused on the border wall band-aid and appealed to phony nationalism..
Deaths in the desert: the sad price of U.S. border policy (tags)
Three months pregnant, Norma Rodriguez Amado had watched her husband, Paez Martinez, as he left his home in Morales, Mexico, for the United States. He would support his family from afar, working in the states of Tennessee and Florida. After almost two-and-a-half years of living and working in these faraway places, Paez returned to Morales to see his son, Alexander, for the first time.