Arizona / DECLARATION ON RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES / human rights / INDIGENOUS MIGRANTS / lipan apache women defense / MAYO / O'ODHAM / OPATA / PUEBLOS INDIGENAS / SB1070 / Sonora / YAQUIS

AZ SB1070: PERSPECTIVES REGARDING INDIGENOUS MIGRANTS’ PRINCIPLES

(SOURCE: PHOTO BY LALO ALCAREZ) O’ODHAM SOLIDARITY ACROSS BORDERS COLLECTIVE RALLY AT CONGRESSMAN RAUL GRIJALVA’S OFFICE COALICION DERECHOS HUMANOS TONATIERRA NATIVE AMERICAN AND INDIGENOUS STUDIES ASSOCIATION MUJERES ACTIVAS EN LETRAS Y CAMBIO SOCIAL (MALCS) STANDING FIRM CENTER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW MADRE.ORG [INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, INDIGENOUS BRACEROS ‘RIGHTS IN IMMIGRATION’] NAKASEC [‘KOREAN AMERICANS’ JOIN … Continue reading

autonomy / borders / El Calaboz Lipan Apache Women / Esperanza Molina Rojas / indigenous women's law / Sarmiento / Sonora

Esperanza Molina Rojas (Yaqui)

http://www.masn.org.au/content/view/61/46/   Autonomous womens’ government As challenge to Yaqui traditional authorities, the Yaqui community of Sarmiento is a special case. It is self-proclaimed “women’s land”, as it has an autonomous women’s government which is not recognised by Yaqui authorities. In 1994 five women, coming from the suburbs of Hermosillo where Yaqui migrants live, decided to … Continue reading