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SB1070 & IMPACT ON INDIGENOUS WOMEN, CHILDREN, FAMILIES AND WORKERS

A concern/question which surfaces from a critical perspective about ‘coalitional’ activism related to SB1070 is: when, where, and how can the directly impacted Indigenous women’s, families’, children’s and workers’ perspectives be heard and understood amidst the larger U.S. ‘people of color’, civil rights, anti-racism, labor, gender justice, enviro-justice movements? Why does this film suggest that … Continue reading

Apache people's human rights / Indigenous people / Lipan Apache Treaties and land claims / lipan apache women defense / Testify Project / U.S. violations of human rights

TESTIFY PROJECT: U.S. ABUSES AND VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Testify Project“It is time for people in the United States to make their voices heard at the United Nations. The Testify Project collects stories of injustice from throughout the United States through one-minute video and one-page written testimony. The top videos and stories will be screened for United Nations delegates in Geneva, Switzerland during the … Continue reading

indigenous peoples in the U.S. / Land Claims / Lipan Apache Treaty Rights / lipan apache women defense / Testify Project / US Human Rights Network

U.S. HUMAN RIGHTS NETWORK ANNOUNCES WINNER OF THE ‘TESTIFY’ PROJECT

Winning Video Addresses How the U.S. Continues to Ignore Their Treaty ObligationsInnovative Multi-Media Project Seeks to Tell the Stories of Communities Affected by Human Rights Violations in Anticipation of Universal Periodic Review(Read more) For more about the US Human Rights Network, click! Continue reading

ALAN ELADIO GOMEZ / AMERICAN INDIAN PROGRAM CORNELL UNIVERSITY / ARIZONA SB1070 / Indigenous human rights / margo tamez / MIKE FLORES

NATIVE PEOPLES & ARIZONA SB1070

The American Indian Program at Cornell University presents a Roundtable Discussion on Arizona SB1070 and its impacts on Native Peoples. Date: Wednesday, November 3, 2010Place: Goldwin Smith Hall, Room 142Time: 4:30-6:00 p.m. Light Refreshments to follow. Panelists: Dr. Margo Tamez (Lipan Apache) – Assistant Professor and Faculty in Gender and Women’s Studies and Indigenous Studies, … Continue reading