EDITED VERSION FOR WFTE - Scanton, PA (go to audiport.org for your radio stations download)
KAHENTINETHA HORNE of The Kanion'ke:haka/Mohawk Nation (www.mohawknationnews.com) is a member of the Rotino'shonni:onwe/Iroquois Confederacy.
What are we going to do? Is the proverbial question being asked when the financial collapse is deepened beyond repair? Although many people have an idea of gloom and doom - the reality for the awakened Indigenous peoples is to know the world is not coming to an end. The Sky Is Not Falling. It’s continuing. We’re been lead to think that we are heading into a trap to be devoured if we don’t submit. Are they ready to live under the rules of nature? Kahentinetha gives us a perspective of the movement and relationship to the politics, economics and governments (u.s. and can.) and their treatment of the Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island.
OFELIA RIVAS of the Tohono O'odham Nation (www.solidarity-project.org) her struggles with the current technology, mining and desecretion of their lands along the 2,000 mile border wall of the U.S. and Mexico. Her general awareness of being under duress because of her views from her own people, the government and the great militarization of the lands.