"Indigenous people shouldn't have to beg for justice"
After a monthlong march and three-day campout in front of the National Palace, Wixárika caravan gets presidential audience
After 32 days of pilgrimage, the Wixárika Caravan arrived at the National Palace in Mexico City. The march began on April 25, 900 kilometers away in the Western Sierra Madre. Since that time, they have been asking for an audience with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to request restitution of their stolen lands.
Wixarika Caravan to AMLO: We Want Our #LandBack
200 Indigenous men, women, children and elders march across Mexico to demand restitution of 11,000 hectares
Mothers pushing baby carriages, grandmothers and grandfathers in their 70s and even a man in a wheelchair joined the ranks of the 200 Indigenous Wixárika people making their way nearly 1,000 kilometers along the sweltering highways of México in a generations-long battle to recover their stolen lands. The Wixárika Caravan for Dignity and Justice departed […]
Treaty advocates set up tipi shelters for homeless
Police bust camp in Lakota Territory dispute
The legacy of Lakota Territory treaty violation came back to haunt city officials in the freezing wake of South Dakota’s 2020 Native American Day, as #Landback activists defied city ordinance to set up the tipi encampment to shelter homeless people.