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Oak Flat: Trump’s Final Middle Finger to the Environment
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Oak Flat: Trump’s Final Middle Finger to the Environment
January 20, 2021

The U.S. Forest Service will release the final version of the environmental analysis for the Resolution Copper Project and Land Exchange in three days’ time and a full year ahead of schedule as a result of pressure from the Trump administration, according to local officials.

Which to Celebrate, Pilgrims or Native Americans?
December 1, 2020

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the founding of the Plymouth Colony by the Pilgrims in 1620. Plymouth was the first English settlement to establish itself successfully in the New World. You might think that the four-century mark of that event would be cause for big commemorations. Instead, there has been barely a peep.

Which to Celebrate, Pilgrims or Native Americans?
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Forcing Environmental Activists and Mapuche Leaders Into Silence in Chile
World
Forcing Environmental Activists and Mapuche Leaders Into Silence in Chile
August 26, 2020

By issuing statements that contradict the sequence of events, the Chilean government is protecting perpetrators and providing an environment where violence and murder can thrive unabated.

Bolivian Coup and Indian Wars on Thanksgiving
November 28, 2019

As the United States celebrates its annual Thanksgiving Day this week, the indigenous people of Bolivia are being slaughtered by a US-backed coup unfolding in the Andean nation.

Bolivian Coup and Indian Wars on Thanksgiving
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The Mapuche Resistance Is Central to Chile’s Political Change
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The Mapuche Resistance Is Central to Chile’s Political Change
November 17, 2019

Chilean governments and their protection of social inequalities created the marginalisation of the Mapuche people from the rest of the population, Ramona Wadi writes.

Trump Ignites War on Native Americans From the Arctic Circle to Tierra del Fuego
November 14, 2019

Nationalism, as practiced by Trump and his supporters, is not a legitimate political cause, but an excuse for harsh degradation of human and indigenous rights, Wayne Madsen writes.

Trump Ignites War on Native Americans From the Arctic Circle to Tierra del Fuego
Society
A Brief History of US Concentration Camps
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A Brief History of US Concentration Camps
June 24, 2019

Half a century before President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law in 1830, a young Virginia governor named Thomas Jefferson embraced genocide and ethnic cleansing as solutions to what would later be called the “Indian problem.”

Fourth World Under Unprecedented Threat
January 2, 2019

Never in recent times have the 370 million indigenous peoples who have no states of their own – been under assault, as it is now, Wayne Madsen writes.

Fourth World Under Unprecedented Threat
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