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The Idle No More Movement for Dummies (or, ‘What The Heck Are All These Indians Acting All Indian-Ey About?’)idle_no_more

Gyasi Ross January 16, 2013
INTRODUCTION

Lately, Native people have taken to the streets malls in demonstrations of Public Indian-ness (“PI”) that surpasses the sheer volume of activism of even Alcatraz and the Longest Walk. There’s a heapum big amount of PI going on right now! Many people, non-Native and Native alike, are wondering what the heck is going with their local Native population and how this so-called #IdleNoMore Movement managed to get the usually muffled Natives restless enough to be Indian in public. I mean, like Chris Rock said, he hasn’t ever even met two Indians at the same time. He’s seen “polar bears riding a tricycle” but he’s “never seen an Indian family just chillin’ out at Red Lobster.”

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State of the Union

This presentation is from 2008 Mother Earth Call To Consciousness On Climate Change 04 – Keynote, Chief Oren Lyons (Onondaga) This is for real today, and almost everybody knows and feels it!!

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Ocean Frontiers

Come enjoy the film OCEAN FRONTIERS at the SLO Grange
Tuesday, January 29, 2013, 07:15am – 09:30pm
by  bobbanner

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The King of Pavones


satellite_mapThe King of Pavones is the remarkable story of the innovative & entrepreneurial Danny Mack, and how he carved out of the jungle of Costa Rica the world famous surf break of Pavones. Through Dannys own film footage & stills this film chronicles his journey of building his own Shangra-la, The King of Pavones weaves together 8mm and 16mm archival home movies from the late 1970s with current interviews with surf legends like: Rory Russell, Buttons, Mike Hynson, Fast Eddie Rothman and Joey Cabell to create an intimate look into the life of one of surfings earliest mavericks.

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Co-op


Consider / Please Join a CO-OP!

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Green New Deal

Summary of the Green New Deal

The Green New Deal is a four part program for moving America quickly out of crisis into a secure, sustainable future. Inspired by the New Deal programs that helped us out of the Great Depression of the 1930s, the Green New Deal will provide similar relief and create an economy that makes our communities sustainable, healthy and just.jill-stein

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