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The People are with Evo: A Glimpse at a New Bolivia

Rodolfo Machaca Yupanqui People's Dispatch
Rodolfo Machaca Yupanqui, the leader of the Unified Confederation of Bolivian Peasant Workers Union (CSUTCB): after being marginalized for hundreds of years, indigenous people are gaining rights. That is why we support Evo.

Tidbits - June 28, 2018 - Reader Comments: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez victory; Trump 'Katrina Moment'; ICE Raids; Nebraska Farmers Return Land in Path of Keystone XL Pipeline; Resources: #NoMuslimBan; Haymarket Books Summer Sale; and more...

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Reader Comments: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez' amazing victory!; Trump 'Katrina Moment'; ICE Raids and Response; Nebraska Farmers Return "Trail of Tears" Land to Ponca Indians; Resources: #NoMuslimBan; Haymarket Books Summer Sale - 50% Off; and more...

Remembering U.S. Soldiers Who Refused to Kill Native Americans at Sand Creek

Billy J. Stratton The Conversation
A scholar shares the true story of two men who stood up and spoke out against the murder of American Indians, and how they are celebrated today. Native American tribal members pay their respects at the headstone of Union Officer, Capt. Silas Soule, at the Riverside Cemetery Dec. 03, 2014 in honor of the 150th Anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre.

Korea – Who is the Madman?; Guam Is Being Destroyed – by the U.S.

Mehdi Hasan; Juan Cole; Leilani Ganser
Most nonproliferation experts — as well as former President Jimmy Carter and a number of former Pentagon and State Department officials, both Republican and Democrat — agree that the brutal and murderous Kim, for all his bluster, is not irrational or suicidal, but bent on preserving his regime and preventing a U.S. attack. Nuclear weapons are a defensive, not an offensive, tool for the North Korean leadership.

Standing Rock Sioux Claim ‘Victory and Vindication’ in Court

Robinson Meyer The Atlantic
A federal judge rules that the Dakota Access pipeline did not receive an adequate environmental vetting. The rulling in favor of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe on Wednesday, handing the tribe its first legal victory in its year-long battle against the Dakota Access pipeline.

Snowstorm Slams Water Protectors; After the Standing Rock Victory, What Next for Water Protectors?

Theresa Braine; Andy Pearson Indian Country Today
This decision is everything we had asked for: a non-granting of the easement, initiating an Environmental Impact Study, and suggestive of a reroute, Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II said. 'We got it! Energy Transfer Partners will face an uphill battle in trying to dismantle the process initiated by this decision.' And, if the camp stays where it is currently located, people are risking their lives. The current weather is severe, making travel impossible.
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