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Emergency Travel Funds Needed for Margo Tamez

Dear community, Due to several key events unfolding in El Calaboz with the upcoming visit of the Congressional Delegation led by Congressman Raul Grijalva (Arizona) and accompanied by the Chair of T’ohono O’odham Nation to South Texas for scheduled Congressional Hearings at the University of Texas–Brownsville campus, it is imperative that I travel to Harlingen, … Continue reading

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Lipan Apache Women Defense/Strength–Gain 8 Signatories to Monday’s Statement

Final Approved Statement by Lipan Apache Women Defense/Strength to the UN Special Rapporteurs: Joint Statement to United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues: Seventh Session APRIL 21 – MAY 2, 2008, United Nations Headquarters, New York Intervention under Agenda Item 5-Human Rights: Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights and fundamental … Continue reading

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Indigenous Peoples Organization~~Lipan Apache Women Defense/Strength Prepare Statement to the UNPFII 2008

Official Statement to the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, 2008, New York City, New York. April 22, 2008 Joint Statement to United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues: Seventh Session APRIL 21 – MAY 2, 2008, United Nations Headquarters, New York Intervention under Agenda Item 5-Human Rights: Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on … Continue reading

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Lipan Apache Women–Defense/Strength Accepted as an Indigenous People’s Organization of the UNPFII

Lebaiye Nde’ hi’ke Nnee Isdzan Shimaa Shinii’ — Lipan Apache Women (LAW) Defense/Strength is an official IPO of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues 7th Session, April 21- May 2, 2008. Official representatives for the IPO are Michael Paul Hill (San Carlos Apache/Chiricahua Nnee’) and Michelle Cook (Dine’). This year’s UNPFII will be … Continue reading