Gloria Ushigua from the Sapara Tribe of Ecuador Speaks in Oakland

Published July 23, 2017 OAKLAND – Intertribal Friendship House in Oakland, California hosted an event to honor and introduce activist Gloria Ushigua from the Sapara tribe of Ecuador. Ms. Ushigua visited the Bay area in order to participate in the non-violent protest on Friday, July 14 at the Chinese Embassy, and to join the final walk of […]

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Northern California & Southern Oregon Tribes Protest the Jordan Cove LNG Pipeline

Published April 9, 2017 KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON – Plans are currently under way for yet another controversial pipeline project. This one  is on the West coast. The Jordan Cove Project is a 230-mile liquified natural gas pipeline designed to run through and cross under 400 streams and waterways including under the Klamath River, the Rogue River, […]

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Hundreds Rally & March in San Francisco in Solidarity & Support for Standing Rock

Published March 13, 2017 SAN FRANCISCO – Last Friday, March 10, between some 800 Natives and non-Native supporters gathered at the Federal Building in San Francisco for a march and rally that concluded at City Hall Plaza. Idle No More San Francisco organized the march and rally in solidarity and support of the encampment and […]

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Oakland Symphony Presents “Notes from Native America” at the Paramount Theater

Published March 4, 2017 OAKLAND — The massive, world-wide protest’s over the Dakota Access pipeline and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s legal response to gather the support of over 350 American Indian tribes in Indian Country and over 2,000 U.S. military veterans was the reason the Oakland Symphony chose to present “Notes from Native America.” […]

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Peaceful Prayer at Dakota Access Pipeline Disrupted by Police

Published September 29, 2916 MORTON COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA – This past  Sunday morning, September 25, was cold and windy, and after several days of rain stopped, about 300 protectors from Oceti Sakowin, Red Warrior, and Sacred Stone camps along with other supporters from surrounding camps, decided that strong prayers were needed at the site where construction […]

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National Congress of American Indians Issues Policy Statement to Obama Administration over Standing Rock

Published August 31, 2016 WASHINGTON –  On August 29, the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) sent a letter to President Obama and Jo-Ellen Darcy, the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) expressing the organizations official position on the Dakota Access Pipeline. “NCAI respectfully requests that the Administration halt the Dakota Access Pipeline’s easement to […]

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