Boarding Schools / Genocide / lipan apache women / Nde self-determination / U.S. and Mexico co-organized murder of Nde' families / UNDRIP

The Lost Ones: Long Journey Home [Lipan Apache Film of Genocide by U.S. Government & Boarding School Imprisonment]

NDE’ RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS IN SUPPORT OF NDE’ RIGHTS TO SELF-DETERMINATION AND INDIGENOUS AUTONOMY: A CRITICAL INTERROGATION INTO GENOCIDE AND HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, THE UNITED STATES, TEXAS, AND MEXICO AS SETTLER STATES AND LIPAN APACHE PEOPLES IN ONGOING PROCESS OF DECOLONIZATION WITH LANDS, TERRITORIES, REDRESS, RESTITUTION AND REVENUE SHARING. Revisit Post: “12 Methods Used to Deny … Continue reading

Apache Human Rights / Indigenous human rights / Lipan Apache Treaties and land claims / lipan apache women / UNDRIP

North American Indigenous Peoples’ Caucus, March 19-20, 2011

A delegation comprised of Lipan Apaches of El Calaboz Rancheria, the Lipan Apache Band of Texas, and San Carlos Apache Tribe formed a working group to attend, learn, share, inform, and make interventions on the issues affecting Nde’ and Nnee’ (‘Apache’) peoples’ self-determination and sovereignty. Some of these are borders, gender violence, taxation, the right … Continue reading

human rights / lipan apache women / Rappaport Institute for Human Rights / TEXAS-MEXICO BORDER WALL

Human Rights Violations Texas-Mexico Border Wall

As we prepare to submit our intervention, tomorrow, on the issues of Human Rights, Indigenous Peoples, Militarization and the Texas-Mexico border wall at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, We warmly invite you, our sisters, brothers, and allies, to review the papers on these issues as they pertain to our case at this … Continue reading

"BACK TO THE WALL" / BOEING / border wall / El Calaboz / Eloisa Garcia Tamez / LIPAN APACHE people / lipan apache women / Melissa del Bosque / NAPOLITANO / south Texas / U.S. DHS

INDIGENOUS POLITICS FROM NATIVE NEW ENGLAND AND BEYOND: INTERVIEW WITH MARGO TAMEZ

The interview is accessible here. Show #5Join host J. Kehaulani Kauanui for an interview with Margo Taméz (Lipan Apache and Jumano-Apache) co-founder of the Lipan Apache Women Defense/Strength – an Indigenous People’s Organization of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues that was formed to protect sacred sites, burial grounds, archaeological resources, ecological bio-diversity, … Continue reading

condemnation / Declaration of Taking Act / Eloisa Garcia Tamez / eminent domain / film / lipan apache women / Lower Rio Grande / margo tamez / resistance / The Border Wall / Wayne Ewing

THE BORDER WALL, A film by Wayne Ewing Premiering in Brownsville, Texas

Border Fence Documentary to be Shown This Week At Two Locations in the Lower Rio Grande Valley Details Date?: Thursday 12/4/8 Where?: Galleria 409 ( 409 E. 13th St. ) in Brownsville Time?: 6 pm Date?:Friday 12/5/8 Where?: South Texas College mid- Valley campus in Weslaco, (Auditorium, Bldg G190) Tiime?: 6pm Continue reading

basque jews / El Calaboz / gun culture / indigenous women's law / lipan apache women / memorial lydia esparza garcia / nuevo santander / south Texas

Gun Culture–South Texas: Columbus’ Legacy of Violence & Indigenous People–October 12, 2008

On the Cavazos-Garcia land in El Calaboz Rancheria, the ground is frequently rifled with bullets and shotgun shells. One need not walk but a few feet from the levee to see the shells and casings in plain site. There are more of these along my mother’s land and her portion of the levee than on … Continue reading