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The Guardian

The Guardian

Confessions of a killer policeman
The Guardian
Five days later, a group of Manipuri imas (mothers), staged a singular protest. At the gate of the Kangla Fort, the ... (The faces and skin-tones of indigenous peoples here more closely resemble those of south-east Asians.) It became politically ...

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Thu, Jul 21, 2016, Continue reading at the source

Nunatsiaq News

Nunatsiaq News

Greenpeace ship, actor Emma Thompson, heading to Nunavut
Nunatsiaq News
Greenpeace, at the request of several people in the community, will also offer workshops in peaceful protest in partnership with the Indigenous Peoples Power Project or IP3, part of the Ruckus Society's roster of protest training options. Khan said ...

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Wed, Jul 20, 2016, Continue reading at the source

It's time for development banks to start listening
The Journal
A new law in Spain limited the right to gather or protest near legislative buildings. Civil society organizations in Cambodia were required to register with the government. For a time ... The adoption by the World Bank's International Finance ...

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Tue, Jul 19, 2016, Continue reading at the source

Open Democracy

Open Democracy

Civil society under attack in Latin America
Open Democracy
The police used violence to break up protests by miners who wanted the government to address developmental problems in their region. Many CSOs resorted to self-censorship as a coping mechanism in ... Violent attacks and the murder of journalists ...

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Tue, Jul 19, 2016, Continue reading at the source

CounterPunch

CounterPunch

The Time is Now: To Defeat Both Trump and Clintonian Neoliberalism
CounterPunch
As Abu-Jamal told Chris Hedges in another prison visit, “This is our hour of protest. ... North America is what scholar of indigenous peoples Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz analyzes as a “crime scene” in her recent Indigenous People's History of the U.S. (228).

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Tue, Jul 19, 2016, Continue reading at the source

Vanguard

Vanguard

Nigeria: Biafra Fallen Heroes' Day Not an Igbo Affair - IPOB
AllAfrica.com
The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has said that the May 30 remembrance day for Biafra fallen heroes cannot be reduced to an Igbo affair. ... IPOB non-violent protest and jubilation marches on December 2 and December 17,2015 in Onitsha; and IPOB ...
Biafra agitation: IPOB declares spiritual warfareNAIJ.COM
IPOB invokes 'spirits of the dead' to avenge Biafra killingsNews24 Nigeria
Biafra Day Celebration: We have invoked spirit of 140 Igbo people killed to haunt their killers - IPOBDaily Post Nigeria

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Wed, Jul 13, 2016, Continue reading at the source

CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Horsemen deliver message to GG on Aboriginal rights
CBC.ca
More than a dozen men on horseback rode through downtown Ottawa-Gatineau this morning to deliver a set of recommendations to the governor general's office about the rights of off-reserve Aboriginal people. The protest, organized by the Confederation of ...

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Mon, Jun 06, 2016, Continue reading at the source

WA today

WA today

Australia Day 2016: hundreds march along Perth foreshore in Aboriginal protest
WA today
Hundreds of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal protesters have marched along Perth foreshore to oppose Australia Day being held on a date that marks when the First Fleet arrived in Australia and declared the land uninhabited. For many Aboriginal people, the ...
Australia Day 'killing times' shouldn't be swept under the carpetNEWS.com.au
Mass protests mourn 'Invasion Day'SBS

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Tue, Jan 26, 2016, Continue reading at the source

ABC Local

ABC Local

Joe Geia: Aboriginal protest and the power of song
ABC Local
Joe Geia's best-known song, Yil Lull, is sung alongside the national anthem in some primary schools. Error loading player: Could not load player configuration. Joe Geia Image: Joe Geia (ABC Local). Joe Geia is a singer, songwriter and didgeridoo player.

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Fri, Jul 17, 2015, Continue reading at the source

Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

CBD closures as protest shuts down George Street
Sydney Morning Herald
An estimated 600 people marched from Sydney Town Hall to The Block in Redfern on Sunday afternoon to protest the forced closure of Aboriginal communities. Stedman Sailor, 28, carrying his daughter Sharon Lawrence, 4, on his shoulders at the head of ...
City protests at closure of Aboriginal communitiesStuff.co.nz

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Sun, Jun 28, 2015, Continue reading at the source