Thursday, October 19, 2017

Photos March Against Enbridge Line 3 in Duluth, Minnesota


Photos by Rob Wilson, thank you for sharing with Censored News.
March outside hearing on Enbridge Line 3 in Duluth, Minnesota, Oct. 18, 2017





Censored News seeks sponsors for Native Americans to COP 23 Germany





Hi friends,
Censored News is seeking sponsors for a few of our hard working Native American writers to be part of the climate discussions at the peoples' World Climate Change Conference, in Bonn, Germany. World leaders will discuss the crisis of climate change at COP 23, Nov. 6 -- 17, 2017.
The airfare cost for our longtime Native writers is $1,400 each, plus the cost of food and ground transportation.
If you can provide sponsorship, please contact me for more information.
Our Native writers have shared their work without pay over the past 12 years, exposing the censored news in Indian country, as they struggle against human rights violations in their homelands.
Recent hurricanes, floods and wildfires alert us all to the necessity of working together for solutions, and creating bonds with good hearts around the Earth.
Thank you, Brenda
Brenda Norrell, publisher, Censored News
brendanorrell@gmail.com

Censored News is now in its 12th year with no ads, grants, revenues or salaries, providing a news service focused on Indigenous Peoples and human rights.

World Climate Change Conference, Bonn, Germany (English, German, Spanish and Polish translations)
https://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2017/10/world-climate-protest-at-cop-23-bonn.html

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

LIVE Stop Enbridge Line 3 Frontline Resistance




Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 -- WATER PROTECTORS are alive and strong and shutting down the streets en route to the Line 3 public hearing in Duluth, MN. Frontlines in the front 

Mohawk Nation News 'Weinsteins of Indian Country'



Mohawk Nation News
Please post & distribute.
MNN. OCT. 18, 2017. When young native girls go out for jobs, they are immediately targeted by sleazy predators for sexual abuse. In a lawyer’s office the 19 year old native was asked to stay after work and take some dictation. After everybody was gone, this slime tried to stroke her back and neck and to drag her onto his couch. She fled and never went back, not even for her pay. Years later she saw him at the courthouse. Shaking, she reminded him he owed her money. He smiled, “No. It’s past the statute of limitation!” 

Read article at Mohawk Nation News http://mohawknationnews.com/blog/2017/10/18/weinsteins-of-indian-country/