Indigenous

21 Jul 19
TENN on tour

The desert climate here really brought us to our limit. So, we only had a few hours per day to enjoy the two national parks during the high day temperatures. There would have been so much more to see, but we had to be realistic and not push it too much. Anyhow, the spectacular rock […]

21 Jul 19
Stabroek News

Around 4,000 residents of the North and Central Rupununi Districts, of Region Nine, are expected to benefit from a soon-to-be constructed bypass road, for which a $200 million contract has been signed. The Department of Public Information (DPI) reported on Friday that the construction of the 70-mile long road will commence soon following the signing […]

21 Jul 19
A. K. Nandy's

Amid security concerns over the probable participation of Chinese telecommunication giant Huawei in India’s 5G roll out process, a professor at Indian Institute of Technology Madras on Wednesday stressed that only 100 per cent indigenisation of technology can make the country secure in the era of the fifth generation cellular network.“The primary concern in 5G […]

21 Jul 19
Chemical Lawn Treatment St. Joseph MO

Does you home look kind of dull? If so, perhaps it’s time for landscaping! Some landscaping can do wonders for an old house, making it into a visually stunning masterpiece. For usable landscaping tricks that you are able to apply, keep reading. Prior to starting your next project, you should sketch your proposed designs firt. […]

21 Jul 19
danielmabsout

More than 500 years lasted the Yankee lie and will last more ; and who knows if all this bloodshed witnessed everywhere from Asia to Africa to Southern America is not in order to keep the lie going ? Who knows if all that is being committed everywhere on the planet and the daily atrocities […]

21 Jul 19
Only The Sangfroid

Racism.  That’s the simple answer.  It’s also the most accurate.  If you introduced a Bill that legalised murder and gave every Indigenous person in Australia 20 cents, you can rest assured that the most controversial part of the Bill would be the 20 cents. The tiny concession that I want to make to the racists […]

21 Jul 19
Lawn mowing prices St. Joseph Mo.

Does you home look kind of dull? If so, perhaps it’s time for landscaping! Some landscaping can do wonders for an old house, making it into a visually stunning masterpiece. For usable landscaping tricks that you are able to apply, keep reading. Prior to starting your next project, you should sketch your proposed designs firt. […]

21 Jul 19
kaykayjabari's Blog

Gov. Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi, on Saturday, reiterated the commitment of his administration to support indigenous entrepreneurs to invest in the state. Bagudu said at the inauguration of a hotel in Birnin Kebbi that the government would support genuine ventures aimed at boosting the economy of the state. The governor commended the proprietor of the […]

21 Jul 19
danielmabsout

Racial segregation comes in handy for colonialist usurpers . It works like a screen behind which colonialists can hide their vicious endeavor . . Colonialism is not racial segregation . . The colonialist does not hate the colonized because he is different from him . The colonialist wants to steal and rob and loot and […]

15 Jul 19
PRWC Newsroom

  As his 4th SONA is coming close, Duterte the tyrant and his virtual military junta are frantically resorting to various outrageous propaganda gimmickry ranging from the incredible to the ridiculous in an effort to extricate his regime from the quagmire of widespread condemnation reaching international level over slaughter of thousands of poor Filipinos in […]

21 Jul 19
Canadian Oil Industry Ethics

The oil industry is a popularly controversial industry, not only across the world, but across our own communities here in Canada. The oil industry seems to, at a glance, skitter on the edge of ethical morality in terms of the decision making and the risks involved, both internal and external. Given the controversial nature of […]

21 Jul 19
Baby Drama Kween

I haven’t been writing for some time.  Months even.  I like writing, a lot.  It’s become a form of healing and self-expression for me.  But there is a down side to it. Each time I release a new piece I have to wade through the people who come out to tell me how wrong I […]

21 Jul 19

Sarah Scout: Niitsitapi Blackfoot Writer and Zine Artist

Sarah Scout is a Niitsitapi Blackfoot Indigenous writer and zine artist, a Sixties Scoop Survivor and Ward of State Age Out from 1982 – 1999 #60sscoop #Survivor / paypal.me/sarahscout © 2019 SARAH SCOUT ALL RIGHTS RESERVED