“The Sovereign Nation of American aboriginal Indian initiative”

Today H.E., Dr, U.N. Ambassador Percy Tamayo and I, Director General, Tushkahumoc AKhan Xelup launched: “The Sovereign Nation of American aboriginal Indian initiative” As part of the Indigenous American Unification!!!; the “El Paso Agreement”. This Agreement begins the international indigenous world unification agenda initiated by the Sovereign Maori Hapu Nation. This new international Accord includes more than 50 tribes of Mexico and more than 800 tribes of north America. The rights of indigenous peoples worldwide and world human rights protections require the unilateral actions of world indigenous to save our…

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On International Day, UN chief spotlights indigenous peoples’ resilience in face of COVID-19 pandemic

Indigenous communities in Malaysia have long been the guardians of the natural environment in the southeast Asian country. 9 August 2020 Human Rights Inclusion and participation of the world’s 476 million indigenous peoples must be ensured in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and on the road ahead towards recovery, UN Secretary-General António Guterres has underscored. Marking the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, Mr. Guterres drew attention to the “devastating” impact of the pandemic on indigenous peoples around the world. “Throughout history, indigenous peoples have been decimated by diseases brought from elsewhere, to which they had no immunity,” said the Secretary-General.…

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The return of Evo Morales in Bolivia

In Andean culture, time falls under cycles and is represented as a circle or wheel locked in perpetual motion. The conception of space, associated with agricultural and pastoral activities, is interpreted in similar terms. On November 11, the former president Evo Morales, closed a cycle as he stepped foot on Chimoré International Airport, returning from his exile. Surrounded by half a million people, the first indigenous president in Bolivian history arrived to the same place from where he had departed exactly one year earlier. On November 9th, after Luis Arce…

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Revolutionizing my Syllabus: The Process

Revolutionizing my Syllabus: The Process Professor Chanelle Wilson shares her own syllabus revision and decolonization process ENTRY 3: FINDING YOUR PEOPLE Many have heard the phrase “find your people.” This is often offered as a suggestion in a new employment, residential, or social environment, where a person will need support and community. Finding your people, for many, is the lifeline to happiness and thriving. As human beings, we are social creatures, and all new journeys that we undertake will be more enjoyable with like-minded individuals. With that in mind, I…

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Decolonizing Education

By Reneeka Massey-Jones PC: https://decolonizingmedia.tumblr.com/ Let’s start off with the definition of decolonizing education. Decolonization is “the dismantling of colonial systems that were established during the period of time when a nation maintains dominion over dependent territories.” I know you are thinking… wait what? Territories? Dominions? What does that have to do with our education system? Well, the key takeaway is the dismantling of colonial systems. Our education system wasn’t integrated until the 1970s. How can a system that separated people of color and white people, that was created and maintained by white people, be…

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China’s yuan to challenge greenback as world’s main currency – Bank of England governor

The US dollar may one day be rivaled by the Chinese national currency – the yuan – which is likely to become a major global reserve currency, according to the governor of the Bank of England (BoE), Mark Carney. “I think it is likely that we will ultimately have reserve currencies other than the US dollar,” the UK top financial official claimed during an online question-and-answer session carried out as part of the Bank of England’s Future Forum. According to Carney, the global financial system is currently lagging behind the evolution of the…

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Child Sex Trafficking through Child “Protection” Services Exposed – Kidnapping Children for Sex

by Brian Shilhavy Health Impact News Editor  In this Buzzsaw interview (below), filmmaker Sean Stone interviews Tammi Stefano, the Executive Director of The National Safe Child (NSC), and exposes much of the corruption happening within Child Protection Services and Family Courts. This might be one of the few interviews currently available on the Internet that gives this much information on the child sex trafficking business that exists in LA County, and across the nation. Tammi Stefano reveals some very shocking information about the child and human trafficking business currently operating in the United…

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Devil’s Punchbowl — An American Concentration Camp So Horrific It was Erased from History

Say the words concentration camps, and most will surmise the topic surrounds World War II and the Nazis; but the hard labor, constant threat of death, and barbarism these microcosmic hells presented weren’t unique to Adolf Hitler — in just one year, around 20,000 freed slaves perished in the Devil’s Punchbowl — in Natchez, Mississippi, U.S.A. After the Civil War, a massive exodus of former slaves from Southern plantations trekked northward in hopes of reaching a location of true freedom; but embittered soldiers, resentful the people considered property were now free, had…

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