collective survival

Dialogue with Lena Longtoe, Abenaki – Indigenous Peoples Alliance UFlorida@Tampa Nov 13 2016

Dialogue with Lena Longtoe, Abenaki, President, Indigenous Peoples Alliance Event at the University of Florida at Tampa a presentation of Indigenous Peoples Alliance Campus Empowerment Group “Talking About Decolonization” during Native American Heritage Month “Introducing Grandmother Willi Nolan, one of the Grandmothers of the Wabanaki Confederacy.” Lena shares her experiences as she sat in Grandmothers(…)

Gary Metallic/Gespegawagi NB Hydrofracturing Commission October 15 2015

Notice to N.B. Hydrofracturing Commission from the 7th District Gespegawagi Tribal Council represented by Plaintiff, Hereditary Chief, Gary Metallic Sr. Whereas all lands belonging to the Eastern Maritime Indigenous Peoples have never been freely surrendered, sold, or conquered by any wars between them and the French and English crowns, therefore remain unceded Indian Lands as(…)

Wabanaki Confederacy Conference Statement 2015

(Presented by request to the New Brunswick Commission on Hydrofracturing in Richibucto, NB on October 15 2015) The Wabanaki Confederacy Conference 2015 The Wabanaki Confederacy Conference was hosted by the Western Abenaki, in N’dakinna (Shelburne, VT) on August 19-22, 2015. Present at the Confederacy were representatives from the following Nations: Western Abenaki, Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet), Mi’kmaq,(…)

Peoples Lawsuit Plaintiffs meeting with representatives from the New Brunswick Commission on Hydraulic Fracturing (Global)

N.B. residents continue to voice concerns against shale gas development By Brion Robinson Video Journalist  Global News October 15, 2015   WATCH ABOVE: Groups from Kent County are meeting with representatives from the New Brunswick commission on hydraulic fracturing, and as Brion Robinson reports, they say their fight is far from over. RICHIBUCTO, N.B. – A commissioner(…)

Peoples Lawsuit Plaintiffs present to NB Fracking Commission

Scrap shale gas, First Nations tell provincial commission on Hydraulic Fracturing Aboriginal group recommends a permanent moratorium CBC News Posted: Oct 15, 2015 10:39 PM AT Last Updated: Oct 15, 2015 10:39 PM AT In a closed door meeting, members of Elsipogtog First Nation told the New Brunswick Commission on Hydraulic Fracturing they do not want shale(…)

Gramma Willi meets Climate Journey Storytelling Expedition

WILLI NOLAN What Our first glimpse of the inimitable Willi Nolan was in a video of her praying in front of a seismic thumper truck exploring for natural gas in Kent County, New Brunswick. She is drumming, singing, followed by two confused police officers, who ask for her to stay a certain distance in front of the(…)

Peoples Lawsuit Related Media Coverage

MUST READ! New Brunswick Indefinitely Extends Fracking Moratorium (Here’s the CBC News report … We got lead story on the fracking moratorium being indefinitely extended! See comments from Denise M Melanson and yours truly a few minutes into the broadcast..  http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/694468675714) Peoples Lawsuit Plaintiffs meeting with representatives from the New Brunswick Commission on Hydraulic Fracturing(…)

Prophecies Now Unfolding – The Beginning is Here

  Prophecies Now Unfolding – The Beginning is Here The Strong People of the Earth Will Be Standing   CONTENTS Introduction Question 1: How can we stand in unity to protect our nations? Question 2: Can our prayers stop the destroyers and heal the destruction? Question 3: What is the best path to a resilient,(…)

Vision for a Path Forward: College of Applied Sustainability

Note: Original link can be found at the website for the International Institute of Concern for Public Health   College of Applied Sustainability – Invitation to join Advisory Group By Willi Nolan   “To leave a legacy for future generations that eliminates our collective ecological footprint, we need to do more than just reading, talking,(…)

Globalization & The New Lies

The New Lies: Rejecting Globalization   I came upon an employee handbook written for a fancy Texas firm specializing in “organizational change.” The client’s list included “many governmental organizations” as well as HUGE multinational corporations, including utilities. My close friends will tell you that finding the book must have been fate, since I’m a longtime(…)