Thursday, October 1, 2015

Protests To Defend Penobscot Nation Of Ancestral Waterway Rights

On September 28, a small group of Native people and a large group of allies came together to speak out against the perpetuation of oppressive and genocidal acts against Maine’s Native peoples. They showed up outside the University of Southern Maine’s Portland campus. Specifically, the group came to challenge the State of Maine’s current attempts to strip the Penobscot Nation of their ancestral rights to their waterways. The group held an alternative awards ceremony outside the event and in the lobby, giving Mills a “Dishonorable History Taker Award” for her perpetuation of colonial practices and her many other disgraceful actions. Brochures were handed out at the door so that the attendees could be educated as to the realty of how the state is treating the Penobscot Nation.

More:  http://nativenewsonline.net/currents/native-group-protests-maines-attempts-to-strip-the-penobscot-nation-of-their-ancestral-waterways-rights/

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