Matriarchy – Part 3

January 13, 2010 by  
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The importance of matriarchy continues in Part 3, by Russell Means in his special way of helping us all wake up and realize the wisdom we’ve been missing.

Victory for Black Mesa – Judge Pulls Peabody Coal Permit

January 11, 2010 by  
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 8, 2010 Department of Interior Judge Withdraws Peabody’s Coal-Mining Permit on Black Mesa Reverses 11th Hour Bush Administration Decision Black Mesa, AZ – A Department of Interior Administrative Law Judge withdrew Peabody Coal Company’s Life of Mine permit for operations on Black Mesa, AZ, handing a major victory to tribal and environmental organizations who appealed the [...]

Matriarchy – Part 2

January 5, 2010 by  
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Matriarchy is the only answer. Without it we are lost. Russell Means continues with this vital series… Below is Part 2:

Dear Jewish Journal

December 29, 2009 by  
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In response to David A. Lehrer’s December 16th piece titled “A Vile Character Performs at the Taper”, I ask those of you who are seeking truths and balance to please visit the Republic of Lakotah website,  which documents the vile past and present genocidal policies of the United States of America. I also encourage those [...]

Matriarchy – Part 1

December 27, 2009 by  
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Russell Means covers this vital topic of Matriarchy. You’ve heard it spoken about before, you looked up the definition, but now Russell dives into matriarchal importance in a candid 8 – Part Series. Below is Part 1.1 and Part 1.2 and the second half is continued here:

Variety review of Palestine, New Mexico

December 24, 2009 by  
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Palestine, New Mexico (Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles; 724 seats; $65 top) By BOB VERINI A Center Theater Group presentation for Culture Clash of a play in one act by Richard Montoya. Directed by Lisa Peterson. Sets, Rachel Hauck; costumes, Christopher Acebo; lighting and projections, Alexander V. Nichols; original music and sound, Paul James Prendergast; [...]

The First Americans

November 28, 2009 by  
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When Native Americans shared a harvest feast with English colonists in 1621, the event was known as the first Thanksgiving. Part I But to some, the US holiday marks the day when Native Americans began to have their lands – and ways of life – stripped from them. Over the next 200 years, as the [...]

Police State Won’t Help

October 13, 2009 by  
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In response to the opinion of Senator John Thune (R-Senator SD) dated 10/12/09, http://www.indianz.com/News/2009/016956.asp … I applaud his recognition of what the governments’ call Native American day and what he believes to truly honor the legacy of the Dakota Dakota, and Nakota traditions.  The Senator’s opinion to solving the crisis  the Dakota, et .al. face [...]

Weekend Update #19: Crooked Histories

June 28, 2009 by  
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In this edition of Weekend Update, Russell Means talks of the guaranteed freedom of Iroquois Great Law of Peace, the many gradations of slavery in the past & present, as well as the true dangers of the frontier. He speaks as well of languages without war and the missing pieces of the tales, often told [...]

Rebuliding America, one Neighborhood at a Time – Russell Means with Scott Horton

May 7, 2009 by  
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Russell Means in discussion with Scott Horton on topics from Corporate Farming, Establishing Neighborhood Power and the mass thievery known as property tax.

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