Occupied Tucson Citizen


Trial Begins for Indigenous Protesters in Peru

THOMAS MOORE, original to the Occupied Tucson Citizen After five years of bureaucratic delays and internal contradictions in the Peruvian judiciary system, the trial of 53 protesters in the northern Peruvian jungle town of Bagua […]

Jul, 02

Who’s Your Daddy?

BY CHARLES PARKE The United States is often considered the first modern democracy, bringing a new form of government that spread across the world. Approaching the 250th anniversary of Independence the US faces a mountain […]

Apr, 26

The People of the Land are Idle No More

BY KEN LEE, Occupied Tucson Citizen The day of our last solstice, in the Maya Long Count Calendar, is the day the previous creation ends. The people of the land of the Maya, direct descendants, […]

Apr, 19

Idle No More and the Church

By┬áSteve Heinrichs,┬áMennonite Church Canada Winnipeg, Man. It started with a few women in Saskatchewan. Now, it has spread across Canada and the U.S, all the way to France, New Zealand and Palestine. Idle No More […]

Mar, 29

The Governor’s “New” Good Ideas

BY JOHN KANE, Let’s Talk Native Pride — http://letstalknativepride.blogspot.com/ New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo recently gave his State of the State Budget address. In it he proposed a couple of brand new ideas to […]

Feb, 21

#IdleNoMore protests sweep across Canada

BY KEN LEE, Occupied Tucson Citizen View #IdleNoMore Events in 2012 in a larger map. Google Map by Tim Groves A movement is sweeping across Canada that has ignited over 100 rallies, blockades, flash mob […]

Dec, 30

40,000 Zapatistas March peacefully on Five Chiapas Cities

BY KEN LEE, Occupied Tucson Citizen Tim Russo reported in Upside Down World that 40,000 indigenous people marched to five cities in the Mexican state of Chiapas on December 21, 2012. They marched in the […]

Dec, 30


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