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Graphic: Colonization is War

Colonization is War graphicFrom IndigenousAction.org, September 2017

Xenophobic White nationalists and pro-US assimilationist DACA defenders are all waving the same settler colonial flag. Read the rest of this entry

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Anti-colonial & Anti-fascist Action: ‘Make it Impossible for This System to Govern on Stolen Land’

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Graphic: Indigenous Action

by Indigenous Action, November 9, 2016

For those of you surprised at the results of this tumultuous spectacle, welcome to the “America” that we have always known.
This is the blinding “greatness of America” that today is invigorated by the islamaphobic anti-immigrant nationalist right. Read the rest of this entry

‘Building rage’: Decolonizing class war

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Statement from Leonard Peltier on Indigenous People’s Day, Oct 2012

Greetings my relatives and friends, supporters!

Leonard Peltier, Native American Prisoner of War in the USA, currently held in a Florida prison.

I know I say this same line all the time but in reality you all are my relatives and I appreciate you. I cannot say that enough. Some of our people, as well as ourselves have decided to call today Indigenous Day instead of Columbus Day and it makes me really think about how many People who still celebrate Columbus, a cruel, mass murderer who on his last trip to the Americas, as I have read, was arrested by his own people for being too cruel. When you consider those kinds of cruelty against our People and his status, it makes you wonder to what level he had taken his cruelty. In all of this historical knowledge that is available people still want to celebrate and hold in high esteem this murderer. Read the rest of this entry

Denver: Columbus Day Protest Widens

By Carol Berry, Indian Country Today,  October 8, 2011

Natives protest Columbus Day in Denver, Colorado, Oct 8, 2012.

Smoldering and flaming, copies of two documents that initiated the destruction of Native cultures went up in smoke to loud cheers October 8, as opponents of the Columbus Day Parade in Denver widened their attack to include Wall Street, the Keystone XL pipeline, sacred sites desecration, and other manifestations of the Columbian legacy. Read the rest of this entry

San Francisco: Report From Anti-Columbus March (10/6/2012)

Indybay, Saturday, Oct 6th, 2012
Around 150 people gathered in Justin Herman Plaza. They were against everything: the military jets making metal of the air, the hordes of tourists thoughtlessly awing at the spectacular display of death above the city, the office towers and malls hanging above the waterfront, the unrestrained and uninterrupted reign of capitalism, slavery, colonialism, the empire. Read the rest of this entry

Video of SF Anti-Columbus March, Oct 6, 2012

Decolonize the New World: Anti-Colonial Anti-Capitalist Convergence Oct. 5-9, 2012

For more info:  DecolonizetheNewWorld.noblogs.org