**Interpretation Crisis at the Border Leads to Deportation of Mayan-Language Speakers Seeking Refuge**
"As the U.S. continues to use hostile policies to stop people from seeking refuge and asylum in the United States, we look at a key problem that is preventing migrants from getting due process, and in many cases getting them deported: inadequate interpretation for indigenous asylum…"
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This is why indigenous liberation is a unified struggle that is not confined to any set of imaginary borders dictated by settlers. It necessitates a global movement. The violence against indigenous communities is tied inextricably into the modes and apparatuses that have perpetuated climate change through Settler Colonialism and Neoliberal Capitalism.
Lybia, Germany, Rojava, Turkey, and wishing death to imperialism Show more
fascist #Erdogan is planning to come on Sunday to #Berlin, joining a process of imperialists to decide on the future of #Lybia.
Recently the turkish gov. send Jihad militias to #lybia, the same militia that are murdering and plundering since 2018 in #Rojava.
Germany supports this, with weapons, economicaly and by rethoric, with or without #Erdogan.
Financial and weapon support for militias building a warlord like border control in #Lybia....caging, selling and killing people for money, while resieving the status of a legitimate state, for nothing more then to protect the interest of imperialists and facists.
Death to imperialism!
Death to facism!
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Walked into the credit union today with the pile of checks from pledged members, and deposited $24,000 as the starting funds for the Vermont #RealEstateCoop. More is coming soon, and hopefully we'll collectively own our first property (a commercial condo that will hopefully be the future home of a start-up #coop) within a month or two...
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Happy #CyberMonday “The system will collapse, if we refuse to buy what they are selling - their ideas, their version of history, their wars, their weapons, their notions of inevitability. Remember this: We be many and they be few. They need us more than we need them. Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” - Arundhati Roy #RegenerativeAg #Agroecology #Permaculture #RestorativeJustice #Cooperatives #Organic #FairTrade #NonViolentAction
For those interested in a short documentary involving my tribe and a brief history of our water rights.. here is a film that friends, family, and community members made 5 years ago shortly after we lost our river rights lawsuit.
The lawyer who, pro bono, got me out of jail and got my charges commuted, who has stood up to ICE and DHS numerous times, organized antizionist jewsh community spaces, and so much more; just been diagnosed with breast cancer and can't afford treatment.
It would mean so much to me if you donated to her GoFundMe and spread this around.
This is how PR firms fuck with our movements. Important read!
Divide and conquer - basic strategy for dealing with antagonistic activist movements:
According to the doctrine of most PR firms, there are four basic types of activists - radicals, opportunists, idealists and realists. PR firms deal with antagonistic movements by dividing the different types, using different tactics for each group:
My 18 y.o. is applying to colleges. She wants to look just at US schools. Should I encourage her to apply elsewhere? Where and why? Or, what should she do for a Gap Year or instead of a college degree all together? She is interested in studio art, architecture, global environmental studies, environmental science, farming, and warmer places than Vermont, which is where we live.
2019: Waiting for the storm - Capitalism is not just in another crisis. Its shaking. -#antireport - Read here: https://enoughisenough14.org/2019/12/31/2019-waiting-for-the-storm/
She/her/hers. Boundless regenerative culture. City planning. Permaculture. Solidarity economics. Unitarian Universalism. Prison abolition. Herbalism. Women.
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