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Censored News Radio focuses on Indigenous Peoples and international human rights.Photo: Havasupai Gathering to Halt Uranium Mining in Grand Canyon.

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Shannon Rivers, O otham from Gila River, and Julian Rivas, O odham from Mexico, discuss Indigenous Border Rights at the Southern Border Indigenous Roundtable in Tucson. This 60 minute segment includes comments from the... more

Derechos Humanos, Pan Left Productions and Migra-Copwatch launched new patrols today, Sept. 2, 2010, to document abuse by police and Border Patrol. Listen to press conference at launch of 'Yo Soy Testigo, I am a Witness' in... more

Sebastian Quinac, Guatemalan Maya Kaqchikel, describes searching for the bodies of Guatemalan women, men and children, who died while walking in search of a better life. Sebastian organizes search efforts in the Sonoran... more

Jose Matus, Yaqui ceremonial leader and director of the Indigenous Alliance without Borders, describes the increasing racism in Indigenous border lands, and today's action of a human chain around the state building in Tucson. Read more... more

Brad Garness, executive director of the Alaska Inter-Tribal Council, describes what is happening to his homeland and why he answered the call of Bolivian President Evo Morales to come to the world climate conference in Cochabamba.... more

(Spanish) Contribucion de la Comunidad Aylluñan amayumpi: Estimados hermanos del foro de cambio climatico grupo de trabajo con la armonia, nuestro punto de vista lo manfiestamos con nuestro manifiesto del año 2009 y 2010,... more

O'odham human rights activist Ofelia Rivas has just safely crossed the border into US after being imprisoned in southern Chiapas, while supporting the Zapatistas.

Message from Big Mountain to the Climate Summit in Copenhagen. Louise Benally, Navajo resisting relocation at Big Mountain, talks about Black Mesa, relocation and global warming. Live with Censored News.

The 40th Anniversary of the Occupation of Alcatraz. Interviews on the boat, songs by the Miwok and reading of names by Lenny Foster, 15 minutes of excerpts, recorded by Censored News.

Torture resisters crossed the line at Fort Huachuca Army Intelligence Center today, taking a stand to halt US torture, torture training and drones described as "rogue assassinations."

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