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Rio Tinto Crime Wave: DVD by Joan Sekler exposes worldwide crime spree on Indigeous people, middle-class and the environment (via The EarthKeeper Initiative)
Please buy new DVD to support those fighting the ongoing international crime spree against Native Americans by evil Rio Tinto – an international mining company who is making billions on the backs of American Indians, Indigenous peoples and the disappearing middle class.
Mass murder, environmental slaughter, greed, bribery and other crimes have been charged in a people’s indictment against the thugs at Rio Tinto and their political and judicial lackeys in Michigan, California and countless countries were Rio Tinto operates over 1,000 slave mines.
Please purchase Director Joan Sekler’s DVD – as she has pumped much of her own money and risked her life to expose Rio Tinto corruption. Continue reading →
Turtle Island Project: President’s lack of knowledge about Native American tribal sovereignty is sad and scary
President George W. Bush’s apparent lack of understanding on tribal sovereignty is examined by Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard, executive director and co-founder of the non-profit Turtle Island Project in Munising, Michigan. Bliptv: [blip.tv ?posts_id=1344468&dest=-1] youtube: This video was made as … Continue reading →
Turtle Island Project: Silencing Native Americans & author hails American Indian genocide over the rainbow
[blip.tv ?posts_id=1355557&dest=37444] Silencing Indigenous People and Cultures: Wizard of Oz author celebrates death of Native American culture in Sitting Bull obit This is the second in a series of videos from two talks that Rev. Dr. Lynn Hubbard – the … Continue reading →
Lakota Domestic Violence Fighter Tillie Black Bear: Indigenous men must respect all women even in thought
[blip.tv ?posts_id=1351249&dest=37444] This is a transcript of the second in a series of videos about Tillie Black Bear – the executive director and one of the founders of the White Buffalo Calf Woman Society (WBCWS). For 31 years, the WBCWS … Continue reading →