condemnation / consultation / El Calaboz / El Calaboz Lipan Apache Women / possession / temporary restraining order / TEXAS-MEXICO BORDER WALL


Your support is very important to the critical examination of the U.S. law system as it pertains to indigenous peoples whose customary and traditional lands are within the U.S. political boundaries, and at U.S. international borders. Thanks to all who have been holding vigils for the Benavidez and Tamez extended clans on the El Calaboz … Continue reading

condemnation / El Calaboz / Eloisa Garcia Tamez / Indigenous people / Judge Hanen / Lipan Apache / Lower Rio Grande / Native American land struggles / possession / south Texas

Judge Hanen Orders Condemnation and Possession of Indigenous Lands; Tamez Family Continues Fight for Lands & Ancestral Sites

“I am captive in my own land,” Eloisa Tamez tells audience of researchers, scholars and indigenous peoples at Western Social Sciences Association 51st Annual Conference, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 16, 2009. Eloisa Tamez, at the Albuquerque Peace & Justice Center, hours after hearing the news that the U.S. (Obama Administration) will take possession of … Continue reading