Indigenous Proprietary Title / LIPAN APACHES / Lower Rio Grande Valley / plantation owner South Texas / self-determination

Aboriginal Title, Indigenous Proprietary Title, and Nde’ Inherent Right to Self-Governance

A Underlying Issue Still Contested from Indigenous Perspectives: Neither the U.S. nor Texas Had Rights to Extinguish Aboriginal Title of Southern Lipan Apaches of South Texas & LRGV While many indigenous peoples have contested the final decisions of the infamous Indian Claims Commission, few if any have ever set forth an analysis ourselves of the … Continue reading

border wall / El Calaboz / Eloisa Garcia Tamez / Land-grants and Indigenous peoples / LIPAN APACHES / margo tamez / Tlaxcalteca heritage communities / transnational indigenous studies / women

Restoring Lipan Apache Women’s Laws, Lands, and Strength in El Calaboz Rancheria at the Texas-Mexico Border

Published in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 2010, vol. 35, no. 3, The University of Chicago.Comparative Perspectives Symposium: Indigenous Feminisms Abstract: Ndé gową goshjaa (Lipan Apache families or clan relations) produce a significant portion of indigenous alliances and resistances to imperialism, colonization, industrialization, and militarization in the Lower Rio Grande Valley in … Continue reading

CHIRICAHUA APACHES / human rights / INDIGENOUS RIGHTS / JUMANO-APACHES / LIPAN APACHES / NDE AND NNEE MOVEMENTS / PRESIDIO

NDE’ & NNEE TO GIVE PUBLIC TALKS IN PRESIDIO, TEXAS

Ndé (Apache)to Give Public Talks <<<>>> Indigenous Peoples’ Principles and Perspectives Presidio Activity Center 1400 E. O’Reilly St. Presidio, TXJuly 28 to 30, 2009 7:00- 10:00 pm Simultaneous Spanish & English Translation ProvidedChildcare Available age 3 and up Tuesday July 28th Michael Paul Hill, Nnee (San Carlos Apache Tribe, Chiricahua Apache)Nnee and Ndé spirituality and … Continue reading

Climate Change / human rights / Indigenous Peoples Principles and Perspectives / LIPAN APACHES / REDD / Security / Texas-Mexico Border

Indigenous Peoples and Delegates Reject "REDD–Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation" as a Violation to Human and Indigenous Rights

From REDD Monitor[Photo Credit: Ben Powless] Indigenous Peoples reject carbon trading and forest offsets By Chris Lang, 4th May 2009 From 20-24 April 2009, almost 400 Indigenous representatives met in Anchorage, Alaska for the Indigenous Peoples’ Global Summit on Climate Change. After four days of meetings, they produced “The Anchorage Declaration“, which was agreed by … Continue reading