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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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Carrie Dann speaks at the Western Shoshone Spring Gathering, April 2009. Recorded by Govinda at Earthcycles www.earthycles.net

Jose Matus, Yaqui, discusses border crossing for Indigenous and Yaqui villages.

Mark Anquoe, Kiowa, of AIM, speaks on the election in El Salvador and racist mascots in Carpinteria, Calif., whose board reconsiders removing a racist mascot today, Tuesday, March 17.

Mike Flores, Tohono O'odham, speaks on border abuses by border agents. Mark Anquoe, Kiowaa, introduces him. AIM at the Anarchist Book Fair in San Francisco.

Julie Bill of the Western Shoshone Defense Project describes actions taken at the United Nations for protection of Western Shoshone Territory. Drum song by All Nations drummers and talk at the International Indian Treaty Council seminar in... more

Manny Pino, Acoma Pueblo, describes the struggles to defend Zuni Salt Lake, San Francisco Peaks and Mount Taylor in New Mexico and Arizona. Pino was presented a Human Rights Defenders Award Saturday night in San Francisco by... more

Human Rights Defender Awardees Carrie Dann, Western Shoshone and Manny Pino, Acoma Pueblo. Radley Davis, Pit River, presents the award by the International Indian Treaty Council.

"Indigenous Peoples Struggles to Defend Sacred Places," March 7th in San Francisco: Ann Marie Sayers, Ohlone, with Morning Star Gali, Radley Davis and Mark LeBeau, Pit River. Carrie Dann, Western Shoshone, with Julie Bill of the... more

Yaqui ceremonial leader Jose Matus, director of the Indigenous Alliance without Borders, talks about border crossing, Indigenous rights of mobility and efforts in Yaqui villages in Sonora, Mexico.

Today a federal court ruled against Western Shoshone and in favor of Barrick Gold mining sacred Mount Tenabo. 'Path of Destruction' is a three-part audio documentary about the global devastation spread by Canadian mining... more

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