Capucine's Native Resources
Fourth World Documentation Project list
Index of Maori sites
Index of Native Resources on the Internet
Long Haul Infoshop Index on Native Peoples
Native American Political Issues
Native Traditions: Website & search engine
Brilliant. Links to just about everywhere.
Bougainville Freedom Movement
Chippewa - Nawash
HAWAI'I Aloha March on Washington http://www.hawaiian.net/~cbokauai/amupdate.html The Aloha March mobilized delegations from each island and every state on the 100th anniversary of Annexation. Butch Kekahu's site http://www.hawaiian.net/~cbokauai/butch.html Kingdom of Hawai'i http://www.maui.net/~koh/ Declaration of sovereignty by traditional heir to throne Nation of Hawai'i http://www.aloha.net/nation/index.htmlInnu Nation/Mamit Innuat
Kingdom of Enenkio Atoll
League of Indigenous Sovereign Nations of the Western Hemisphere (LISN)
Mohawk Nation, Council of Chiefs
Mohawk Nation, Kahnawake Branch
Mohegan Nation (Western)
Sami activists resisting Swedish/Norwegian repression
South Sami Nation
Swan Valley Nyungah Community
TAINO NATION The Jatibonicu' Taino Tribal Longhouse http://members.dandy.net/~orocobix/caney.html The Jatibonicu' Tribal Council, Boriken-Region http://members.dandy.net/~orocobix/jatiboni.html The Taino Indian-Land Review Newsletter (TITC Inc.) http://www.hartford-hwp.com/taino/revista/revista.html The Taino Inter-Tribal Council Inc., US-Region http://www.hartford-hwp.com/taino/ The Taino Inter-Tribal Council's Taino-L Information page http://www.hartford-hwp.com/taino/docs/list.html The Taino IRC Internet Relay Chat Rooms http://www.hartford-hwp.com/taino/docs/irc.html The Taino Tribal Council of Jatibonicu' US-Region http://www.hartford-hwp.com/taino/jatibonuco.htmlTanganekald Peoples
Tlingit National Anthem - Alaska Natives Online
Tlingit culture and history, current issues relating to sovereigntist struggles, Alaska Natives Online and more Native American resources.
Aboriginal Deaths In Custody Watch Committee - Western Australia
Abya Yala Fund
Action for Aboriginal Rights
Afrikan Frontline Network
Akha Heritage Foundation
Supporting indigenous peoples of Thailand.
Amanaka'a Amazon Network
American Indian Movement (AIM) AIM - National http://www.aimovement.org/ AIM - International Confederation of Autonomous Chapters http://www.horizons.k12.mi.us/~aim AIM - Southern California Chapter http://home.earthlink.net/~rosebud9/ AIM - Tenessee http://www.fortunecity.com/greenfield/porton/73/aim.html AIM archive at Michigan University library http://www.lib.msu.edu/spc/digital/radicalism/aimfile.htm Jordan Dill's site: one of the best around. http://www.dickshovel.com/AIMIntro.htmlAnti-Colonial Action Alliance
Anti-Racist Action, Toronto
Associazione Per I Popoli Minacciati
Italian branch of Society for Threatened Peoples
Canadian Alliance in Solidarity with Native Peoples
Center for World Indigenous Studies
Chilean Popular and Indigenous Network http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/6377/
Coalition Against Environmental Racism (CAER)
Free Nigeria Movement
Friends of the Lubicon
Archives of the Friends of the Lubicon mailing list, bringing updates on Daishowa's lawsuit against FoL.
Hiti Tau: Conseil National Des ONG du pays Maohi
Tahiti: coalition of approx. 50 indigenous organizations
Indian Defense League of America
Indigenous Environmental Network
Indigenous Peoples' Center for Documentation, Research, and Information
Indigenous Peoples Coalition Against Biopiracy
Indigenous Women's Network
Institute for Global Education
International Indian Treaty Council
A lot of good info here; important for understanding Canadian criminalization of indigenous resistance and organizing
Maori Independence Site
Covering issues relating to indigenous sovereignty in the south pacific.
Mapuche International Link
Coalition promoting the right of Aboriginal people to move freely within their traditional territories, regardless of colonial borders. Specifically, the group conducts research, public education and fundraising to address the effect of the Canada-United States border on Wabanaki peoples. "Our long-term goal is to find ways for peaceful and respectful coexistence for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people on Turtle Island/North America."
National Chicano Moratorium Committee (NCMC)
National Committee to Free Puerto Rican Prisoners of War and Political Prisoners
Native American Rights Fund
Native American Support Group of New York City
NASG of New York City works on current American Indian issues from the United States, Alaska and Hawaii (e.g. Big Mountain, Hawai'i Independent and Sovereign Nation, Dzil Nchaa Si An) and internationally (e.g. Chiapas, Northern Ireland, Amazonia).
Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center
A reservation-based, non-profit organization in Lake Andes, SD serving Native American women and their families. Provides a variety of general health services, and have led community organizing against environmental racism, domestic violence, and abuses of reproductive rights.
Oneidas for Democracy
Original Nations of the East
Pacific Human Rights
Peace in Nagaland Campaign
Progressive Resource/Action Cooperative (PRC)
Info about campaigns against the use of racist mascots.
Protect Kaho`olawe `Ohana
Queers for Reconciliation
"Australia has always been Aboriginal Land. We acknowledge and honor the Traditional Owners."
Rehue Foundation (info about Mapuche people and culture) http://www.xs4all.nl/~rehue/
Sarawak Peoples Campaign
Servico Brasileiro de Justice e Paz
South and Meso American Indian Rights Center (SAIIC)
South Eastern Anti-desecration League (SEAL)
South Pacific Peoples Foundation
The Kumarangk Legal Defence Fund Inc.
The Kumarangk Legal Defense Fund Inc. has been established to support Aboriginal women defending a sacred site near Adelaide, Australia.
Information about Maori sovereignty and Aotearoa (aka New Zealand).
United American Indians of New England (UAINE)
Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO)
International organisation created by nations and peoples around the world who are not represented as such in the world's principal international organisations, such as the United Nations.
Western Shoshone Defense Project
Building Bridges in Chiapas Human Rights Project
Centro de Investigaciones Económicas y Políticas de Acción Comunitaria (CIEPAC, A.C.)
Publishes the excellent newsletter "Chiapas Al Dia", in Spanish and English.
EZLN / Zapatista home pages
Food, Medicine and Equipment for Peace
Food, Medicine and Equipment for Peace is a social action international civil organization (Mexico, USA and Canada) dedicated to the tasks of managing aid for peace in Mexico.
Mexico Solidarity Network
Mujeres Zapatistas - Zapatista Women
National Commission for Democracy in Mexico
National Indigenous Congress
Principal documents of the national indigenous movement of Mexico
RealVideo, RealAudio: Marcos of EZLN
Subcomandante Marcos of the EZLN speaks to American filmmaker Kerry Appel in these clips. Spanish with English subtitles. You must have RealPlayer 5.0 and at least a 28.8 modem connection to the Internet to view RealVideo files; those with slower modems, or older RealAudio players, may listen, but will get no video. If you haven't obtained your free RealPlayer yet, see http://www.freespeech.org/html/help.html for instructions.
Servicio Internacional para la Paz (SIPAZ)/International Service for Peace
"SIPAZ is a response from the international community to the shared sense among many Mexican sectors that international opinion can contribute to the search for peaceful solutions, through dialogue, to the conflict in Chiapas."
SOS Mujer Mexico (SOS Woman Mexico)
Initiated by women from various Mexican human rights organizations, in response to "the increasing deterioration of many of these organizations coupled with the augmentation of impunity regarding crimes against women in Mexico. Our objective is to make known the situations that many Mexican woman and girls are presently dealing with. We document and inform using specific cases of human rights violations as examples. Rapes, murders, tortures and disappearances are examples of some of the crimes occurring all across Mexico."
The Chiapas Alert Network
Working to end the paramilitary and military violence and intimidation aimed at the Indigenous people of Chiapas, Mexico.
Zapatista front of National Liberation: official sites
Aboriginal Independent Newspaper
An Phoblacht Republican News
Black Autonomy News Service
Chicano Press Association
Dark Night Press
Although Dark Night does not have a WWW link, we are including them here because their magazine, Dark Night Field Notes, is an amazing piece of work and we strongly recommend subscribing.
Delta: News and background on Ogoni, Shell and Nigeria
Full Frame Film & Video Distribution
Films and videos on "topics encompassing third world development, social justice, and women's issues, to name a few". Includes 'This is Chiapas', a 42-minute documentary about indigenous struggles.
Information service of the Institute for Puerto Rican Policy, Inc.
put out by Ishgooda, owner of serendipity-L; highly recommended
Mohawk Nation News
Na Maka O Ka 'Aina (The Eyes of the Land)
Over 55 videos on Hawaii, including culture, history, sovereignty, environment, and land struggles.
Native Americas Magazine
Information and opinions on Mana Maaori Motuhake, Australian constitutional changes, and news from around the world on indigenous sovereignty
Native Voices Public Television Workshop
OWERA International Books, Videos, Art and Music
Books include Where Eagles Dare to Soar -- Indians, Politics and AIDS, The Great Law of Peace, and Mohawk Warriors Three - The Trial of Lasagna, Noriega and 20-20; OWERA also distributes the video "Okanada" (about the SQ siege of Mohawks in 1990) and numerous tapes by Mohawk Blood and The Silverbacks. OWERA also provides conflict resolution facilitators and speakers. OWERA is run by Mohawk women of Kahnawake.
Raza News Service
"Raza News Service is a free mailing list/news service for/about Chicanos, Mexicanos, Puerto Ricans, Latinos and all indigenous gente south of la frontera falsa and our politics, issues and struggles. Raza News Service serves to combat the whitewash of info relevant to our people's education and liberation."
Includes news of the Zapatistas' struggle
Described as a "very high volume indigenous news list".
"An electronic journal for Native Americans and their supporters"
Wotanging Ikche - Native American News
Articles, updates, analysis compiled from a wide range of internet postings
Anna Mae Aquash Memorial Page
Dave Silver's Activist Resource Home Page
"This site supports anti-imperialist, anti-racist, anti-sexist and progressive struggles in the US and abroad."
First Nations/First Peoples Issues
4 Star Magellan site; the award was well deserved.
First Nations Book Site
Distribution of a number of excellent books on indigenous sovereignty
Fourth World Indigenous Youth Conference
Online directory of over 10,000 nonprofit and community organizations working in 120 countries. Detailed information about organizations' services, volunteer opportunities, job and internship listings, and any publication or material it has produced. Includes listings of pro-sovereigntist organizations.
Paula Giese's pages http://www.fdl.cc.mn.us/~isk/ A wealth of information, including links to 300+ other sites and an excellent section on maps NOTE: we received word in late July/97 that Paula, a veteran AIM activist, had passed away. She will be sorely missed. Mention of Paula's passing is at http://hanksville.phast.umass.edu/misc/indices/paula.html We are not sure how long Paula's web pages will remain up; they were still functional as of July 31, 1997.
Roles of Non-Hawaiians in the Hawaiian sovereignty movement
Essential reading for settlers wanting to support indigenous sovereignty.
Russell Means' home page
US not-for-profit artists and speakers agency; includes many sovereigntists on its speaker list.
The Activist Page
Info on Big Mountain and other liberation struggles.
This Week in North American Indian History
Wokiksuye Canpe Opi / Remember Wounded Knee
Wounded Knee homepage
WWW Virtual Library
Amazing library with links on just about everything relating to Australian Aborginal history, resistance, culture, etc., including legal documents.
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