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Minneapolis Changes Columbus Day To Indigenous Peoples Day

Minneapolis Changes Columbus Day To Indigenous Peoples Day

It’s about time! This should have been done a long time ago! Now the rest of the US needs to follow! Minneapolis City Council Minneapolis changes Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day By Aaron Rupar Fri., Apr. 25 2014 at 10:15 AM Categories: Minneapolis City Council, Racism — Update at bottom with statement from Mayor Betsy Hodges — Columbus Day is no […]

Idle No More Marks One Year Since First National Day of Action

Idle No More Marks One Year Since First National Day of Action

Idle No More marks one year since first national day of action One year after the first nation-wide day of action, Idle No More supporters are marching in Ottawa once again. A group made its way from Victoria Island to Parliament Hill Tuesday morning, its sights set on speaking out against the government’s First Nation education […]

Thanksgiving: A National Day of Mourning for Indians

Thanksgiving: A National Day of Mourning for Indians

Thanksgiving: A National Day of Mourning for Indians The National Day of Mourning will be held today, November 28, 2013 at 12:00 noon at Coles Hill Plymouth, MA We object to the “Pilgrim Progress” parade and to what goes on in Plymouth because they are making millions of tourist dollars every year from the false pilgrim mythology. That […]

American Indians Gather For (Un)Thanksgiving Day Sunrise Ceremony

American Indians Gather For (Un)Thanksgiving Day Sunrise Ceremony

HUNDREDS OF AMERICAN INDIANS TO GATHER ON ALCATRAZ ISLAND FOR (UN)THANKSGIVING DAY SUNRISE CEREMONY ALCATRAZ ISLAND – On Thursday morning, before sunrise, hundreds of American Indians – and non-Native allies – will gather on Alcatraz Island for “The Indigenous Peoples Sunrise Ceremony.” Every year since 1975, American Indians have journeyed from the mainland to Alcatraz Island […]

Winnipeg: National Day of Prayer _Honourtheapology

Winnipeg: National Day of Prayer _Honourtheapology

“At noon on Thursday, July 25 at venues across the country, Canadians, newcomers, First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples from all walks of life and religious denominations will reflect upon the impacts of Canada’s residential schools in a national moment of silence.” Winnipeg: National Day of Prayer #HonourtheApology Public · By Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair and Ryan McMahon Thursday, July 25, […]

Present-Day Asians, Native Americans: Descended from People in China

Present-Day Asians, Native Americans: Descended from People in China

DNA links Native Americans to China Washington – Present-day Asians and Native Americans are descended from a group of people who were already in China 40 000 years ago, according to an analysis of fossil DNA published this week. The genetic analysis showed that the early modern humans in Beijing had already diverged genetically from […]