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Racial Justice – Indigenous Peoples

Save the Date! Indigenous Anarchist Convergence

SAVE THE DATE! Indigenous Anarchist Convergence Bookfair, discussions, workshops, & more. August 16-18, 2019 Táala Hooghan Infoshop Kinlani, Occupied Flagstaff, AZ Open to workshop & discussion proposals by Indigenous & POC: www.taalahooghan.org/iac

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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Tournament

MEChA de ASU is hosting a Mario Kart Tournament, open to anyone not just students! CANES WILL BE PROVIDED $100 PRIZE! 40 spots available Register by messaging MEChA de ASU’s Facebook page or texting 480-781-1981 with your name by 3:00pm on the 23rd $15 entry to play, $5 to watch (cash at the door or […]

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End Medical Neglect in Prisons| Justice for Richard Washington

Justice for Ricard Washington! What: Vigil + Press Conference When: Tuesday, February 19th at 4:30 PM Where: Arizona Department of Corrections | 1601 W Jefferson St Phoenix, AZ 85007 Community gathers to expose the abuse inside the Arizona Department of Corrections- Florence and demands justice for the death of Richard Washington, who died due to […]

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Lunch Lecture with Professor Robert Miller

Details Tuesday, February 12, 2019 12:15-1:15 pm President Peterson Zah Active Learning Classroom, Room 352 Lecture by: Professor Robert Miller Many commentators argue that Indian country can never become financially successful without increasing private property rights and fee simple titles on reservations. Professor Miller disputes these claims and discusses the history, and the future, of […]

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2019 Heard Museum World Championship Hoop Dance Contest

Heard Museum World Championship Hoop Dance Contest Artistry, sheer athleticism, cultural traditions On February 9 & 10, 2019, top American Indian and Canadian First Nations hoop dancers will compete at the Heard Museum for the prestigious World Champion title and cash prizes. At the two-day competition, men and women compete on an equal field. The […]

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APSA Phoenix: General Meeting

Details APSA General Meeting for the Phoenix branch Feb. 3, 2019 2:00 pmNew members welcome! Message us on Facebook or email apsaphoenix@gmail.com for location From the Borderlands to Palestine, Occupation is a Crime!

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Demand Justice for Antonio Arce at Tempe City Council Meeting!

Show up Thursday, January 31st at 5PM at the Tempe City Council Meeting to demand justice for Antonio Arce, 14-year-old that was murdered by Tempe Police. We urge Arizona community, politicians, teachers, and elected officials to take a stance against the crisis of police brutality in this state. Already 4 teens have been murdered by […]

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Our Fight for VAWA

Indivisible Tohono will celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by providing a day of service dedicated to Our Fight for VAWA. We are asking for hemajkam to bring a shell item to represent our MMIWG, this could be a shell earring or necklace. We will display the Shell Exhibit in communities that request. 12-2:30 pm […]

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O’odham Women Lead the March

We want to invite Tohono O’odham U’uwī to help us lead the Tucson Women’s March. As the original caretakers of Cukson, it’s important to be present and to remind everyone that, WE’RE STILL HERE! Toka players are asked to bring your u’usaga all other Tohono O’odham women will follow behind toka ha-ciciwdag u’uwī. April is […]

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Curso: Conozca Sus Derechos Miercoles 16 de Enero

¡Miercoles el 16 de Enero vengan al curso de defensa para defenderse en contra de las deportaciones y la polimigra! ¡Empezamos a las 6PM en Puente! On Wednesday, January 16th join us for our Know Your Rights class to defend yourself from deportations, the course begins at 6PM at Puente! #PuenteAZ

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