Category Archive for: Indigenous Rights

Flood Wall Street: A Greenwashed Competition Of Corporate Capitalism

The previous day’s historic 400,000-person People’s Climate March showed widespread support to continue shouting at buildings the next day at the Flood Wall Street sit-in. This was advertised by billion-dollar environmental corporations like as the follow-up event to “confront” Wall Street which is a less green flavor of capitalism. Many attempts attempted to connect…

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Here Is Why You Can’t Exterminate Us

To the racists tried to destroy the images of Indigenous struggle while living on stolen Tewa Land: This was never about a single wall in your bourgeoisie, upper-class, institutional art city called Santa Fe. Our resistance is global therefore, so are we. Here’s why you can’t exterminate us, colonizer. We’re not huddled in one place,…

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In The Spirit Of Faris Odeh

20 years ago I lived with a Palestinian family when September 11th happened. It was at their dinner table of traditional food that laughter and sometimes tears would solidify our connection to our Indigenous struggles. It was at that very table where I was told the story of Faris Odeh, a young teenage boy who…

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The Black Snakes Of New Orleans Oil Lease Auction Protest

Obama recently opened 43 million acres in the Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas drilling at a lease sale in New Orleans. As an Indigenous Movement Artist, I was given the opportunity to work with directly impacted People of color from the Gulf in the lead-up to an oil and gas lease auction. This particular target…

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