Terri Crawford Hansen
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terri_Crawford_Hansen) (born 1953) is a journalist who focuses primarily on environmental and scientific issues affecting North American tribal and worldwide indigenous communities. Hansen, an enrolled Native American member of the Winnebago Tri...
On February 21, 2018, the government of the Philippines filed a legal petition to have a number of organizations, associations, and leaders declared as terrorist and outlaws pursuant to the National Security Act of 2007.
What do you do when a country places a United Nations Special Rapporteur on a terrorist hit list? If you're the UN, you hit back. A petition filed February 21 in a Manila court by apparently unstable President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines labels Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 'a terrorist.' Human Rights Watch saw the petition this week and called it "a virtual hit list."
Dakota/Diné Elder Tom B.K. Goldtooth, the executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network, seemed surprised as the large audience rose to its feet in resounding applause at his keynote’s conclusion on October 19 at the Bioneers National Conference. Standing at the podium, Goldtooth seemed humbled by it all. In his speech, “Stopping the Privatization of Nature and Commodification of Mother Earth,” Goldtooth spoke for all Indigenous Peoples.
Frustrated with the slow response of federal, state, and county law enforcement agencies to the devastating toll of sex #trafficking in tritbal communities, several #Native tribal nations are addressing the problem for themselves. https://rewirenews.link/2pelY51
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