Featuring an interview with Winona LaDuke
By David Detmold, LNS – Pallisade, MN “Be very still, and listen,” Paul DeMain told us. In the act of offering tobacco to the fire, he encouraged us to offer up that which we no longer wished to carry in our bodies, in our lives and in our souls. “But be careful what you ask to throw away, because the grandfathers will decide how that will happen in their own way.” … Continue reading Water Protectors on the Banks of the Mississippi – Report from the Line 3 Resistance Camp
A commission will be created to recommend a new seal and motto for Massachusetts, after Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday, January 11th, 2021 signed (S.2848) – the resolve calling for the creation of a special commission to study and recommend a new or revised state seal and motto. The commission must complete its work by October 1st of this year, and recommend changes to the seal and motto that will “faithfully … Continue reading Governor Baker Signs the Bill Establishing a Special Commission to Change the Mass Flag and Seal
Now that the state legislature has finally voted to change the flag and seal, it’s time for Massachusetts to officially recognize Indigenous Peoples Day, and ban the use of Native mascots in all the public schools in the Commonwealth. After 36 years of delay, on January 6th, 2021, the Massachusetts legislature finally voted to change the state flag and seal. Since 1629, the official symbol of Massachusetts has featured a white … Continue reading Massachusetts Legislature Votes to Change the State Flag and Seal!