Indigenous

Nominate NoDAPL for the Nobel Peace Prize

author: 
Dr. Al Carroll

Nominate NoDAPL for the Nobel Peace Prize:

As an associate professor of history, I submitted the following letter to the committee. I make this letter public not curry any favor or put any pressure on the committee, but to continue to bring these issues of the NoDAPL movement to the general public.

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An Open Letter by Dr. Al Carroll

To the members of the Nobel Peace Prize committee,

I hereby nominate the No Dakota Access Pipe Line movement, commonly known and referred to as NoDAPL, for the Nobel Peace Prize for the following reasons:


San Diego March for Reparations

10/15/2016 11:00 am
author: 
Uhuru Solidarity Movement

The Uhuru Solidarity Movement (USM) invites local organizations and individuals to participate in the March for Reparations. Register at https://sdmarchforreparations.eventbrite.com

Help us raise $1,000 in reparations to Black Star Industries, the foundation for a liberated African economy free from exploitation! Take the Pledge of Solidarity with African People and get sponsors to help you meet your personal fundraising goal. (Pledge form is available at www.tinyurl.com/pledgeform2016)

Event Location: 
Meet in front of City College at 1313 Park Blvd on grass/patio in front of A street





NO Dakota Access PipeLine Rally

sdindymedia

The Dakota Access Pipeline is being built to carry 500,000 barrels of crude oil per day from the heavily fracked Bakken oil field in North Dakota to Illinois and from there along existing lines to Texas. The construction of the pipeline is destroying and desecrating numerous indigenous burial and sacred sites, and threatens the water and environment of lands it is invading. The Standing Rock Tribe, along with many other Tribes and accomplices is saying NO to the pipeline and calling for construction to stop.

Local Kumeyaay and urban Natives are organizing a Rally in solidarity with Standing Rock on Friday, September 9, 930am-300pm at the San Diego Federal Court House. A meeting to organize San Diego's response to the pipeline and to plan for the rally is scheduled for Wednesday, September 7, 500-800pm at Sixth and Laurel in Balboa Park. The organizers are asking folx to participate in the planning on Wednesday and come out to support at the rally on Friday.

NO Dakota Access PipeLine Organizing Meeting
Wednesday, September 7, 5pm to 8pm
Balboa Park
Corner of 6th Street and Laurel

NO Dakota Access PipeLine Rally
Friday, September 9, 9:30am - 3pm
San Diego Federal Court House
333 W Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101

Background: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5





No Dakota Access PipeLine Rally

09/09/2016 9:30 am
09/09/2016 3:00 pm
author: 
anonymous

Friday, Sept. 9th
San Diego Federal Court House
333 W Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101
9:30am - 3pm
https://www.facebook.com/events/253213621745374/

No Dakota Access Pipeline Rally

Support for those that don't have a voice ( mother earth and or kids ) we come as one heart one mind in good spirits. Rally in peace not hate.

Event Location: 
San Diego Federal Court House: 333 W Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101





NO Dakota Access PipeLine Organizing Meeting

09/07/2016 5:00 pm
09/07/2016 8:00 pm
author: 
anonymous

Wednesday, Sept. 7, 5pm to 8pm
Balboa Park - corner of 6th Street and Laurel

NO DAPL! Organizing Meeting
https://www.facebook.com/events/1070240136357390/

DAPL == Dakota Access PipeLine. For more information and background about the struggle against the Dakota Access Pipeline:

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2016/09/06/dapl-destroys-sacred-grounds
http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2016/09/05/standing-rock-sioux-tribe-seeks-temporary-restraining-order-against...

Event Location: 
Balboa Park - corner of 6th Street and Laurel





Semillero of the Adherents of the Sixth Declaration in Tijuana and San Diego

anonymous

On the weekend of February 13 and 14 of 2016, nineteen presentations were shared focusing on the border region of Southern California and Baja California. A purpose of the semillero organized by Sexta Tijuana and San Diego was to better know and understand our region to organize ourselves against Colonialism that uses Neoliberalism to try and save Capitalism from destroying itself. Each day consisted of 3 two-hour blocks of presentations. After each block, there was a 30-minute question and answer segment.

We share with community the presentations of those that wanted to share their word. We share 16 videos along with a translated summary for each presentation. --Read More--

Videos: Angélica Medina || Manuel García Vega “Bule” || Daniela Fernandez || El Flipper || Colectivo Grieta || Jaime Cota Aguilar || José Manuel Valenzuela Arce || Juan Carlos Cota || Mujeres en Resistencia || Nicolette Ibarra || Partido Comunista de Mexicali || Palestinian Youth Movement (PYM) - SD || queer-j brad || Rogelio Ruiz || Waldo López || Yhaira Gonzalez





Semillero of the Adherents of the Sixth Declaration in Tijuana and San Diego

author: 
anonymous

On the weekend of February 13 and 14 of 2016, nineteen presentations were shared focusing on the border region of Southern California and Baja California. A purpose of the Semillero organized by Sexta Tijuana and San Diego was to better know and understand our region to organize ourselves against Colonialism that uses Neoliberalism to try and save Capitalism from destroying itself. Each day consisted of 3 two-hour blocks of presentations. After each block, there was a 30-minute question and answer segment.


Organizational Meeting for the Calipatria/Free Political Prisoners Peace and Dignity Journeys Tributary Route

07/11/2016 7:30 pm
author: 
anonymous

Peace and Dignity Journeys
Calipatria Tributary Route
Running for Orlando Watley and All Political Prisoners

Run from Calipatria State Prison to Interstate 8

To participate, please come to one or both organizational meetings

1) Tuesday, July 5 730PM at Cafe Cabaret, 3739 Adams Avenue (near I-15)

2) Monday, July 11 730PM at Cafe Cabaret, 3739 Adams Avenue (near I-15)

For more info, write to freeorlandowatleysd@riseup.net or call 619.718.0966.

Check out video interview with Kanahus Manuel about Orlando Watley and indigenous political prisoners:

Event Location: 
Cafe Cabaret, 3739 Adams Avenue (near I-15)





Organizational Meeting for the Calipatria/Free Political Prisoners Peace and Dignity Journeys Tributary Route

07/05/2016 7:30 pm
author: 
anonymous

Peace and Dignity Journeys
Calipatria Tributary Route
Running for Orlando Watley and All Political Prisoners

Run from Calipatria State Prison to Interstate 8

To participate, please come to one or both organizational meetings

1) Tuesday, July 5 730PM at Cafe Cabaret, 3739 Adams Avenue (near I-15)

2) Monday, July 11 730PM at Cafe Cabaret, 3739 Adams Avenue (near I-15)

For more info, write to freeorlandowatleysd@riseup.net or call 619.718.0966.

Check out video interview with Kanahus Manuel about Orlando Watley and indigenous political prisoners:

Event Location: 
Cafe Cabaret, 3739 Adams Avenue (near I-15)





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