El Calaboz Lipan Apache Women / indigenous peoples and borders / margo tamez / Nde' Cultural Survival / necropolitcs / nonrecognized tribes and human rights violations / settler societies and nation-states

THE REAL COST OF ANTI-NDE’ BIAS AND PREJUDICE AGAINST NON-RECOGNIZED TRIBES

The All Segments Waiver, authored by former U.S. Homeland Security Director, Secretary Michael Chertoff, at http://www.dhs.gov/xnews/releases/pr_1207080713748.shtm. Billing Code -4410-10DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITYOffice of the SecretaryDetermination Pursuant to Section 102 of theIllegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996,as Amended AGENCY: Office ofthe Secretary, Department of Homeland Security ACTION: Notice of determination.SUMMARY: The Secretary of … 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

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

border wall / El Calaboz / Eloisa Garcia Tamez / indigenous families / indigenous people at international borders / indigneous women / margo tamez / mega-projects / OBAMA ADMINISTRATION / U.S. DHS

Indigenous Elders Singled Out for New Round of Federal Condemnations on Texas-Mexico Border

January 5, 2010 Contacts:Eloisa García Támez: Eloisa.Tamez1@gmail.comMargo Tamez, sumalhepa.nde.defense@gmail.com For Immediate Release Lipan Apaches, Támez-Benavidez Stronghold on Texas-Mexico BorderSingled Out for New Round of Federal Condemnations Feds Want More Land to Put ‘Holes’ in Border Wall for Commercial Users: Native American & Traditional Peoples’ Lands Targeted for Surveys Recently, a communication from a spokesperson from … Continue reading

border fence / border wall / Daniel Ibsen Morales / El Calaboz / Eloisa Garcia Tamez / indigenous people at international borders / LIPAN APACHE people / margo tamez / TEXAS / U.S.-Mexico border

"IN DEMOCRACY’S SHADOW: FENCES, RAIDS, AND THE PRODUCTION OF MIGRANT ILLEGALITY" by Daniel Ibsen Morales

Dr. Eloisa Garcia Tamez separated from ancestral lands by the mega-project border wall constructed by the United States against the firm protests of the Nde’ of El Calaboz Rancheria and from related Nde’ across the United States. University of Wisconsin Law School, Legal Studies Research Paper Series, Paper No. 1068, January 2009, Daniel Ibsen Morales … Continue reading