Tag: indigenous rights
Black Cat Crossing
I’ve always been told to avoid crossing paths with a black cat, seven years bad luck and all that, but this one crossed mine. It’s not on me.  A local anarchist writer that goes by the pseudonym “Black Cat” recently wrote a piece attacking indigenous elders, the Pacific Northwest Youth Liberation Front (PNWYLF), and “the…
The Struggle for Hawaiian Decolonization Erupts to Protect Maunakea
Over the past few weeks, the topic of indigenous self-determination and the decolonization of US-occupied lands has re-emerged, not only with the protests against neoliberal austerity in Puerto Rico, but also in less-covered protests by indigenous Hawaiians and allies on Maunakea. What’s occurring on Maunakea could very well be considered the next DAPL protest, as…
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