Tag: Mohawk Nation

Mohawk Nation at Akwesasne

Covering more than 26 square miles, Akwesasne is the largest Mohawk nation (Kanien'kehá:ka) community and land-holding. The territory straddles the invisible line between the United States (New York) and Canada (Ontario, Quebec) along the St. Lawrence River. Considered a single community, Akwesasne (Mohawk for “Land Where the Partridge has...

Colin Kaepernick Takes a Knee

This election cycle has been a shameful joke that has exposed how America has slid backwards to the "goot ole daze." San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick takes a knee during the national anthem when others stand; I don’t find that disrespectful. Yet he took it in the for...

My Journey to Sacred Stone Camp

I had been reading and watching everything I could on the Dakota Access Pipeline, Energy Transfer Partners, and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s fight against big oil.Watching the events that unfolded two weekends ago, I was in tears. Seeing the construction company workers and private security guards antagonizing water...

Joint Statement To The Pontifical Council For Justice And Peace

The following statement was made from the Long March to Rome Gathering in Florence, Italy from April 30-May 4, 2016:Greetings to Pope Francis and the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace,Let us begin with some historical context. In 1992, the Indigenous Law Institute (ILI), founded by Birgil Kills (Oglala...

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