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Sunday, 08 July


Osage Nation Museum and Osage Nation Prevention Program to host Friday Night Free Movie Nights "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Black Panther will be shown on Friday, August 10 at Osage Nation Museum.


Published July 8, 2018

PAWHUSKA, Okla.  The Osage Nation Museum (ONM) and the Osage Nation Prevention Program is pleased to announce the lineup for Friday Night Free Movie Nights at the Osage Nation Museum.

The summer line-up includes the following:
Friday, July 13th A Wrinkle in Time (Disney)
Friday, August 10th Black Panther (Marvel Studios)
Friday, September 7th Coco (Disney Pixar)
*All movies will begin at dusk

Outdoor movie night events provide an opportunity for families and friends to enjoy the outdoors while watching movies on the big screen and learn about all that ONM has to offer. Every movie night is free and open to the public.

It is recommended that attendees bring blankets or lawn chairs for seating and arrive with plenty of time to park and get settled in prior to show time. Ah Tha Tse Catering will be on site selling concessions.  Free water will be provided courtesy of Osage Casinos. The series will be held on the ONM lawn located at 819 Grandview Avenue in Pawhuska, Okla.

Follow ONM on Facebook for reminders and to stay informed about more upcoming events and educational opportunities at ONM. Use the hashtag #weloveONM to post about events and information.

To learn more, please call or email Hallie Winter at 918/287-5441 or

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Amna Shoaib // Rohingya Rape Victims Undergo Fresh Trauma As Babies Begin To Arrive - Carbonated.TV "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Rohingya Rape Victims Undergo Fresh Trauma As Babies Begin To Arrive - Carbonated.TV: Myanmar soldiers reportedly used rape as a tool of war to terrorize the Rohingya Muslim women.

Now, with several months passed since the beginning of the operation, the victims living in the refugee camps have reportedly begun to give birth to babies conceived after what has been described as methodic rape.

Some of these mothers are as young as 13.

The fate of these women and their newborn babies remains uncertain. Many of these young mothers were afraid at the prospect of giving birth to the child of a Burmese soldier, certain that the act of carrying the child alone would deem them traitors in the eyes of their people.


Israel lawyer appointed chair of UN Human Rights Committee Middle East Monitor "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Israel lawyer appointed chair of UN Human Rights Committee Middle East Monitor: An Israeli lawyer was chosen yesterday to chair the UN Human Rights Committee, despite the countrys dire human rights record.

The UN Human Rights Committee, not to be confused with the UN Human Rights Council, is a panel of legal professionals which reviews states adherence to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), which forms part of the International Bill of Human Rights.

The Covenant commits parties to respect the civil and political rights of individuals, including the right to life, freedom of religion, speech and assembly, electoral rights and rights to due process and a fair trial. Israel has signed and ratified the Covenant.


ARE YOU INDIAN OR ONKWEHONWEH? | Mohawk Nation News "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

ARE YOU INDIAN OR ONKWEHONWEH? | Mohawk Nation News: The Canadian government is a corporation which passed the Indian Act that defines who is an Indian. White women who married Indians became enrolled as Indians with Indian Affairs. Anyone not qualified who carried a fake Indian status card was criminally charged. Impersonation is a crime under the Criminal Code of Canada. Its fraud

The corporation of Canada suppressed our onkwehonweh [true natural people of turtle island] identity so the invaders could steal turtle island and our identity. The corporation created status Indians, forced English or French names on us, stole our children [which they still do] and placed us in POW camps called reserves. The Indian agent was the warden who watched our every move. To be free or get a job or marry out, we had to voluntarily or involuntarily enfranchise. In fact, our identity comes from creation when we live according to the kaianerekowa, the great good path.


MBA Navajo Student Harassed at Kim Kardashians West Beauty Brand Shop "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Nicole Johnny was harrassed by security at Kardashians West Beauty Brand pop-up shop in Los Angeles.

Published July 8, 2018

LOS ANGELES  Out shopping with family on Saturday, June 30, Nicole Johnny (Navajo), an MBA student at Pepperdine University, encountered harrassment by security at Kim Kardashians West Beauty Brand pop-up shop in Los Angeles.

Johnny will receive her MBA next month from Pepperdine University and was visiting the area for a school related assignment when she and her family decided it was the perfect chance to attend the special KKW pop-up shop event.

After waiting in line for an extended period of time, just like every other attendee, Johnny prepared to step inside the shop upon what she believed to be her turn.

She asserts she was rudely stopped by one of the security guards at the doorway and told to Get back in line, or else he would call and have her deported.

Kim Kardashian

Johnny was shocked by his language, and when the guard asked her to confirm whether she was Mexican, she informed him that she was a Din woman from New Mexico. Following their initial exchange, Johnny was able to enter the store. Unfortunately, the same security guard approached her as she was sampling products and informed her that she would need to buy a...


Choctaw Gavin Clarkston Nominated by New Mexico GOP for Secretary of State "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Gavin Clarkson

Published July 8, 2018

ALBUQUERQUE  Gavin Clarkston, who served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy and Economic Development Indian Affairs in President Trumps Department of the Interior, was nominated for New Mexico secretary of state by his fellow Republicans on Saturday.

Clarkston is an enrolled tribal citizen of the Choctaw Nation.

Clarkston replaces attorney JoHanna Cox, the previous GOP nominee, who withdrew her name from consideration last month, citing family issues. She won the Republican Partys nomination on June 5, 2018, but withdrew her name from the race on June 13, 2018 after the Albuquerque Journal ran an article disclosing she has had three legal lawsuits filed against her in which she was accused of legal malpractice.

Clarkston lost in the GOP primary on June 5, 2018, coming in third in the 2nd Congressional race.  Clarkson resigned his post in the U.S. Interior Department as on December 29th, 2017 to launch his campaign for Congress.

In addition to holding both a BA and an MBA from Rice University, Clarkson is a cum laude graduate of the Harvard Law School where he was president of the Native American Law Students Association, a member of the Federalist Society, and the first tribal member to earn a doctorate from the Harvard Business School.

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Making It Rain: Drought has Been Building for Centuries, and the Government Hasnt Helped "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Navajo Times | Donovan Quintero
A bleached horse skull lies on the sand of the Navajo Nation. Climatologists say the Nation is in a megadrought that started in 1996.

Published July 8, 2018

WINDOW ROCK  Centuries of droughts, lasting for decades at a time including the human-induced megadrought currently engulfing the Navajo Nation combined with a U.S. government policy enacted long before the Treaty of 1868, have taken their toll on the traditional Din way of living.

The megadrought, which climatologists say began in 1996, is a continuing climatic tradition of devastation that wiped out the Anasazi in 1350 and wiped out thousands of farmers in the Midwest in 1934.

While scientists have studied tree rings and ancient coral in the oceans to get a better understanding of what the weather was like in Din country for the last 1,000 years, Din have prayed about and stood by the teaching water is sacred.

That is what Elmer Begay and Bob Navajo Bob Sandoval say.

Begay, an executive staff assistant with the Begaye-Nez administration, and Sandoval, a hataii and a deejay at KTNN, say science will not make rain. Only by adhering to Din beliefs, through prayer and ceremonies, will rain come.

We used to make offerings and we regularly performed ceremonies, Begay said. The way they used it, they built a fire and they put water there. Then right where the medicine man sits they put a woven rug with sheep wool and they put herbs and precious stones there and would ride on their horses to a sacred place, do their offering and ride back. Thats how it was done.

The idea of going to the chapter house or Window Rock during a rainless season was not the first priority many years ago. They just knew which ceremonies needed to be done, Begay added.

Editors Note: This article first appeared in the Navajo Times. Used with permission. All rights reserved.

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Chickasaw, Choctaw Artists Bring Top Work to Ikbi Partnership "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Chickasaw master woodworker and craftsman Richard Thomas greets visitors to his mixed wood wall hanging titled Broken Arrows during a VIP reception at the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Gaylord-Pickens Museum.

Published July 8, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY The Chickasaw and Choctaws nations held a VIP reception June 29 to showcase an art exhibit featuring 16 Chickasaw and 19 Choctaw artists.

Ikbi: Chickasaws and Choctaws Sharing Our History and Culture Through Art officially opened May 31 at the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Gaylord-Pickens Museum. The leaders of both tribes Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby and Chief of the Choctaw Nation Gary Batton were on hand to welcome a large crowd of artists, arts patrons and tribal officials.

Ikbi means to create in both the Chickasaw and Choctaw languages.

The exhibit will run through Sept. 22 at the state hall of fame, 1400 Classen Drive.

The show marks the second time in one month the Chickasaw Nation has celebrated a public showing of artwork by Chickasaw citizens. A VIP and artist reception was hosted at Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art on the University of Oklahoma campus June 7 for Visual Voices, an all-Chickasaw art exhibit which runs through Sept. 9.

Several artists featured at Visual Voices also are displaying works at Ikbi. They are California jewelry designer Kristen Dorsey; textile artist and weaver Tyra Shackleford; painter Brent Greenwood; painter Bill Hensley; painter Brenda Kingery, potter Joanna Underwood-Blackburn, textile and garment maker Margaret Wheeler; carver and painter Dustin Mater, and blade smith Daniel Worcester.

Chief of the Choctaw Nation Gary Batton and Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby welco...


The socialist case for the INS? "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Scott Jay // The socialist case for the INS?: The current situation cannot hold, but not because caging children is anathema to US politics. In fact there is a long tradition of caging children in the US and separating them from their parents, from the enslavement of Africans (whose family members were often sold and never heard from again) to the genocide of Native Americans, whose children were shipped off to boarding schools through the Twentieth Century. Continuing to today, migrant children from Central America were encaged under the Obama administration, and juvenile detention centers continue to encage mostly Black and Latino children. The most notorious recent example is that of Kalief Browder, a 16-year-old who was detained on New Yorks Rikers Island for three years after being accused of stealing a backpack, later committing suicide after his release.

The Kalief Browders that still sit in cages throughout the US will see no relief from whatever reforms come to deal with the current immigration crisis. And the reforms are likely to come. The legitimacy of the USs racist border policy depends on a change to this disastrously cruel policy. It will likely be changed in order to ensure that Mexican and Central American and other immigrants can continue to be policed and exploited and terrorized, just perhaps with a bit less visible cruelty toward the children.

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Saturday, 07 July


Nightslantern Suppressed News // July 7, 2018 - #Iraq "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Gerald and Maas 2018 Suppressed News
      Iraq, historical note: Fallujah - the Hidden Massacre. This Italian documentary provides evidence of use of a napalm-like chemical weapon, MK-77, in the U.S. bombardment of Iraq, as well as use of white phosphorous as a weapon against civilians in Fallujah. The photographs may help explain why use of these chemical weapons is a crime and those responsible should be held to account. Legal actions against U.S. and U.K leadership for multiple crimes in Iraq have been avoided through the sheer power of the perpetrators. A case against the genocide ...


Penny Smoke // Father and son pulled over by Sask. RCMP after stopping on rural road for bathroom break | CBC News "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Father and son pulled over by Sask. RCMP after stopping on rural road for bathroom break | CBC News: But with his son's urgency to use the washroom, he said he had to stop, and said this was something the pair had done many times before.

Concerned for his son's safety on the shoulder of Highway 33, Sunkawaste pulled onto an adjacent grid road and stopped.

He said he relieved himself near the rear of his car while Alexi went further away from the road, into the ditch, for privacy.


Justin Rohrlich Adam Rawnsley // A Native American Tribe Has a $800 Million Contract to Run ICE Detention Centers "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople" // A Native American Tribe Has a $800 Million Contract to Run ICE Detention Centers: Ahtna, Inc. is one of a number of companies profiting off of the deportation of undocumented immigrants from the United States. Previous reporting by The Daily Beast has revealed that the federal government currently employs the services of several companies and charities bringing in millions of dollars off of the Trump administrations treatment of immigrant families.

The Ahtna, who have also run immigrant detention centers in New York, Florida, and Arizona in addition to Port Isabel, fall under the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) umbrella, and Ahtna, Inc. is an Alaska Native Regional Corporation established by Congress under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971.

A recent statement from the NCAI decried the Trump administrations forced separation of immigrant children from their families, calling it simply immoral and a reminder of a dark period for many Native American families.


Foreign Correspondents Association condemns intimidation of journalists in Sri Lanka | Tamil Guardian "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Foreign Correspondents Association condemns intimidation of journalists in Sri Lanka | Tamil Guardian: "The FCA, a professional body representing Colombo-based foreign media, appeals to all parties to take up any issue resulting from the publication of the report with the editors concerned as is the norm. We also urge the government of Sri Lanka to ensure the safety and security of all journalists in Sri Lanka, including colleagues visiting the island on reporting assignments," FCA said.

In a statement the editor of the New York Times, Martin Slackman condemned the intimidation.

It is unacceptable for journalists to be intimidated in this way. This action appears intended to silence critics and curb press freedoms, and ultimately deprive Sri Lankans of information in the public interest.


Trump Says He will Offer Sen. Warren $1 Million to Take DNA to Prove Her Indian Blood "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Senator Elizabeth addresses National Congress of American Indians in Washington, D.C. in February. Native News Online photo by Levi Rickert

Published July 7, 2018

GREAT FALLS, Mont.  During a typical tirade during his typical stump speech geared to fire up his base, on Thursday night Donald Trump ranted he would offer Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) to give a $1 million to give to her favorite charity if she agrees to a DNA test to prove she is American Indian.

Trump resurrected his racial slur Pocahontas when referring to Sen. Warren. American Indian leaders have denounced Trumps continued usage of Pocahontas when referring to the senator.

Well take that little kit and say, we have to do it gently because we are in the Me Too generation, and we will very gently take that kit, slowly toss it to her, Trump said, adding that he would offer $1 million to charity if she took the test and it shows you are an Indian.

He told his base gathered in Great Falls, he thinks the senator would decline his offer.

The senator has heard all his Pocahontas before and chose not to respond on Thursday night. Instead, on Friday focused in on Trumps DNA statement and she referenced the report the Trump adminstration is conducting DNA tests to unite children taken from their parents at the southern border of the United States.

She tweeted this to the president:

While you obsess over my genes, your Admin is conducting DNA tests on little kids because you ripped them from their mamas & you are too incompetent to reunite them in time to meet a court order, Warren tweeted.


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Native POP Partners with Vision Maker Media for Film Festival "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Black Hills premier of Ohiyesa; The Sould of an Indian will take place July 21 at 4 p.m. in Rapids City, South Dakota.

Published July 7, 2018

Read Native Film Showcase schedule below

RAPID CITY, S.D.  The third annual Native Film Showcase returns to Rapid City, South Dakota, Saturday, July 21, as part of Native POP. Native POP: People of the Plains A Gathering of Arts and Culture is a Native art market and cultural celebration and is a free annual event in the heart of downtown.

This year Native POP partners with Vision Maker Media, who is curating the film selections, and with SDPB to host the event. The film festival, located at the SDPB Black Hills Studio, 415 Main Street, will include documentaries of regional interest, as well as an opportunity for local filmmakers to show music videos, short films and works in progress. Native POP takes place on Main Street Square, 526 Main Street. The SDPB Black Hills Studio is a block away. Screenings start at 9 a.m. and end at 6 p.m.
The Black Hills premier of ...


12 Grantees Announced for First Nations Native Language Immersion Initiative "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Sitting Bull College, Fort Yates, North Dakota is a receipient of one grant to preserve Native languages.

Published July 7, 2018

LONGMONT, Colo. First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) today announced the 12 inaugural grantees under the first year of its three-year Native Language Immersion Initiative (NLII). Each grantee receives $90,000 in funding to build the capacity of and directly support its Native language-immersion and/or culture-retention program.

Under NLII, First Nations is seeking to build a dialogue and a community of practice around Native language-immersion programs and momentum for Native language programs. The effort is made possible through generous funding from the National Endowment for the HumanitiesLannan FoundationKalliopeia Foundationand NoVo Foundation. The initiative includes American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian language programs.

These grants are aimed at supporting activities such as curriculum development, technology access, and recruitment and training of teachers.

The grantees are:

  1. Chickaloon Native Village, Chickaloon, Alaska. The Ahtna Nekenaege Ugheldze Ghitnaa Pilot Project will serve Pre-K-8 students of the Ya Ne Dah Ah Tribal School. After the passing of the last fluent language speaker/teacher, the Chickaloon Village Tribal Coun...


The Cheyenne River Youth Project Launches an Online Store for Select Keya Gift Shop Merchandise "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Published July 7, 2018

EAGLE BUTTE, S. D. This week, the Cheyenne River Youth Project in Eagle Butte officially launched its online store. The e-store carries select items from CRYPs Keya (Turtle) Gift Shop, and proceeds benefit the nonprofit organizations youth programming and family services on South Dakotas remote Cheyenne River Lakota reservation.

The Keya Gift Shop is an important social enterprise for CRYP, along with the Keya Cafe & Coffee Shop and seasonal Leading Lady Farmers Market. Executive Director Julie Garreau said she and her team are grateful to the Northwest Area Foundation for making a significant investment in CRYP through its social enterprise grant funding.

The NWAF grant gives us the opportunity to grow our social enterprise initiatives in a meaningful, lasting way, Garreau said. This investment honors the work weve been doing with Lakota youth on our reservation for nearly 30 years, and it means so much to us.

She noted that giving the Keya Gift Shop an online presence was an important step, one that will make a valuable contribution to the youth projects operations. Not only will it provide CRYP supporters with even greater access, it will help raise awareness.

We want people to know that our gift shop isnt just about the merchandise, although were certainly proud of it, Garreau said. Its also about the local artists and craftspeople who now will be able to reach a much broader audience. Its about our youth artists who are learning how their creative passions might translate to possible career opportunities. And its about the teen interns who work in our gift shop every day, developing valuable skills in customer service, financial literacy and business management.

Indeed, by supporting the Keya Cafe, customers are directly supporting CRYPs innovative teen internship program, its youth...


LA SKINS FEST: Call for Entries "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Published July 7, 2018

LOS ANGELES  The LA SKINS FEST, presented by COMCAST NBCUniversal, announced  that they are now officially accepting film entries for their 12th Annual film festival taking place November 13th-18th, 2018 at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood. 

The LA SKINS FEST will celebrate filmmakers whose original works are distinguished and offer a new voice in cinema. Films accepted in the festival will be eligible for the competition, distribution opportunities and prizes from our corporate sponsors. This year, awards will be given to the following categories: Achievement in Narrative Filmmaking, Documentary, Narrative Short, Documentary Short, Animation, Writer, Director, Actor, Actress and Audience Award.

Once again, this years festival will offer a week long series of events throughout Hollywood. The film festival will premier exciting new Indigenous films, present the 6th Annual Native Media Awards Celebration, provide the 7th Writers Pitch Workshop and host Native American filmmakers from throughout North and South America

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS :Entries must be by/or have a Native American/First Nation/Indigenous artist involved in the project (Please include tribal affiliation).

  1. Films must NOT have other screenings scheduled in Los Angeles during November 2018. NO EXCEPTIONS.
  2. We accept films made by non-Native American filmmakers but the films must be Native American themed.
  3. Films must not be available on the Internet or have been broadcast nationally on cable or satellite television prior to the festival screening.
  4. Works must be made within the past two years
  5. Films in languages other than English with English subtitles will be accepted for consideration.


  • Early Deadline: August 20th
  • Narrative Features  $30
  • Documentary Feature $30
  • Narrative Short $20
  • Documentary Short $20
  • Student Film $15
  • ___________
  • Regular Deadline: September 10th
  • Narrative Features  $45
  • Documentary Feature $45
  • Narrative Short $35
  • ...


Is This What Solidarity Looks Like?: Report from AbolishICE Demo Dallas, TX - It's Going Down "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Is This What Solidarity Looks Like?: Report from AbolishICE Demo Dallas, TX - It's Going Down: Occupied Indigenous Land, so-called Dallas, Texas In solidarity with the growing wave of anti-ICE sentiment, a demonstration had been called for on June 30 at the local ICE field office by the local Democratic Socialists of America Chapter, DSA North Texas and The North Texas Dream Team. Framed as an event calling for the abolition of ICE, various crews decided to attend and meet new friends. The day was set to have multiple demos. The largest, happening at the same time in downtown, centered on reuniting families, was expected to draw thousands. While smaller, networking with other abolitionists seemed more attractive than large crowds. This report back will omit certain details due to pending legal cases.

The atmosphere was very positive as people mingled, chanted, danced and listened to speakers share their experiences. As the number of people started to grow, there was obvious communication between Department of Homeland Security Agents, Dallas Police Department and DSA NTX Leadership. As DSA leadership started to explain their political project, chalk was handed out, and people started writing on the concrete. Adults and children, documented and undocumented spread messages of love and rage in multi-color across the dark tarmac much to the annoyance of the Pigs and DSA politicians. After numerous visits from both DPD & DHS, and multiple attempts at silencing anyone who wasnt in line with DSA Leadership, everyone was asked to sit on the ground and listen to the very serious speech:). Obviously peeps werent having that, theyd rather sing, dance and have fun.

Friday, 06 July


No Bayou Bridge Pipeline "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Mark Tilsen lockdown 1


Mark Tilsen, an Oglala Lakota Water Protector, is locked-down at a key Bayou Bridge Pipeline construction site. Work at the site has been shut down.

After Mark locked-down, police moved across the street and did a mass arrest. They arrested six people including media folks, direct support and Cherri Foytlin.

Please CALL the Iberville Parish Sheriff Dept and demand their release: 225-687-5100

Then please DONATE so that we can get everyone out of jail:

We also ask that you send your prayers and love to all those on the frontlines today.

More updates coming soon. For background story see below.



Deported to Cambodia Not Born There & Never Been There - Khan "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

People of Cambodian ancestry who were raised in the US are now being deported back to Cambodia if they are deemed to be have been criminally inclined (apparently even if it was in the past), this interviewee makes it all very clear.


Fallujah - The Hidden Massacre "IndyWatch Feed 1stpeople"

Fallujah, The Hidden Massacre is a documentary film by Sigfrido Ranucci and Maurizio Torrealta which first aired on Italy's RAI state television network on November 8, 2005. The film documents the use of weapons that the documentary asserts are chemical weapons, particularly the use of incendiary bombs, and alleges indiscriminate use of violence against civilians and children by military forces of the United States of America in the city of Fallujah in Iraq during the Fallujah Offensive of November 2004.

The film's primary themes are:

Establishing a case for war crimes against civilians committed by the United States.
Documenting evidence for the use of chemical devices by the US military.
Documenting other human rights abuses by American forces and their Iraqi counterparts.

This article offers a synopsis of the material presented in the documentary.

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