Contributions of peasant farmer communities: The case of Venezuela
Throughout their history, agricultural, chemical and food corporations have created and implemented tactics to marginalize the peasant farmer community and indigenous people.
Leonard Peltier may finally get out of prison after more than 4 decades
Peltier has served about four-and-a-half decades in prison for a crime–the killing of two FBI agents in a 1975 gun battle at the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota–that even his erstwhile prosecutor now admits that Peltier did not commit.
Fighting for Oak Flat/Chi Chil Bildagoteel
“Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could only do little.” —Edmund Burke
For our Nations to live, capitalism must die
What the recent actions of the Mi’kmaq land and water defenders at Elsipogtog demonstrate is that direct actions in the form of Indigenous blockades are both a negation and an affirmation.
“Capitalism must die to protect the sacred”
The Red Deal is a revolutionary call to reject capitalism and restore a mutually beneficial relationship with our world. It deserves to be widely read, discussed, and built upon.
Indigenous sovereignty, climate justice and #JustTransition
In early 2020, the #ShutDownCanada movement in solidarity with Indigenous Wet’suwet’en people sparked a wildfire of resistance across the country.
Genocide in Brazil: SOS Yanomami
A report by the National Indigenous Foundation (Funai) has revealed that seven mining boats carrying firearms fired on indigenous people from the Palimiú community in Roraima on May 10, since then they have suffered SEVEN DAYS of consecutive attacks
Understanding the native roots of the constitutions of Bolivia and Ecuador
Good Living is a philosophy promoted by Andean governments of South America, pioneered by Evo Morales (Bolivia) and Rafael Correa (Ecuador). It goes back to the roots of ancestral cultures of the region and posits a model for human life in harmony with nature.