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Join us on Saturday, April 21st, 2012 at Tonatierra Nahuacalli for our Monthly Tianguis – Indigenous Peoples Marketplace as we celebrate Dia (Derechos) de los Ninos!  Tonatierra and the Comites de Defensa del Barrio will be hosting this event to honor all children especially those whos young lives have been affected by the climate of hate in Arizona!  We will have live music, activities for the children as well as pinatas, prizes, food, arte and so much more!

MENSAJE a MANÁ

! Support la Huelga del Pueblo, NOW!
OR WE WILL BOYCOTT YOU!
!!!QUE NO MANCHES!!!

MANA is scheduled to perform in Phoenix, AZ May 4, 2012.

At that moment they will officially be breaking the
Huelga del Pueblo!

They claim that they do not know about the Human Rights violations in Arizona, and said that no one has told them about any problems in Arizona.

YET, Everyday in Arizona families are separated by RAIDS, RACIAL PROFILING AND ICE COLLABORATION WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT.

*  Call Angelo Medina, MANA’s agent at 787.724.3277*  Email our demands to him at angelmedinacorp@aol.com.  *  Email MANA’s public relations Chaman Music at Claudia@mana.com.mx

Our DEMANDS to MANA:
SI AMAR ES COMBATIR- COMBAT HATE, NOT THE PEOPLE!!!
DON’T come to Arizona to leave $$$$ to the Racist Arizona state.

DON’T support hate with your concert in Phoenix, AZ.

DO come to Arizona if you play a FREE concert in SOLIDARITY
with the PUEBLO AND THE HUELGA DEL PUEBLO!
!!QUE NO MANCHES!!

STOP THE RAIDS!!
STOP THE SEPARATION OF FAMILIES!!
STOP THE RACIAL PROFILING!!
STOP THE HATE!!!
STOP ICE COLLABORATION WITH POLICE/SHERIFF/DPS!!

For more info: Comités de Defensa del Barrio 602.314.5870

Facebook:
MENSAJE a MANÁ

MANA! Apoyen a la Huelga del Pueblo,
¡AHORA! O les vamos a BOICOTEAR!
MANA está programado para detenerse en
Phoenix, AZ 04 de mayo 2012.
En ese momento será oficialmente romper la Huelga del Pueblo!
!! QUE NO MANCHES !!
Ellos dicen que no saben acerca de las violaciones de derechos humanos en Arizona, y dijo que nadie les ha dicho acerca de cualquier problema en Arizona.
SIN EMBARGO, todos los días en Arizona las familias están separadas por las redadas, prejuicios raciales y la COLABORACIÓN DE ICE CON POLICIA/SHERIF/DPS.
TOMA ACCION:
* Llame a Angelo Medina, representante de MANA en el 787.724.3277
* Enviar a nuestras demandas: angelmedinacorp@aol.com.
* Correo electrónico de MANA las relaciones publicas
Música Chaman al
Claudia@mana.com.mx
Nuestras demandas a MANA:
SI Amar es Combatir, hay que combatir el odio, no a la gente!
NO vengas a Arizona para dejar $ $ $ $ al estado racista de Arizona.
NO apoye el odio con su concierto en Phoenix, Arizona.
Llegan a Arizona, si van a hacer un concierto gratuito
en solidaridad con
EL PUEBLO Y
LA HUELGA DEL PUEBLO!
ALTO A LAS REDADAS!
ALTO A LA SEPARACIÓN DE LAS
FAMILIAS!
DETENER EL PERFIL RACIAL!
ALTO AL ODIO!
ALTO A LA COLABORACIÓN ENTRE ICE Y DPS/POLICIA/SHERIF!
Para más información: Comités de Defensa del Barrio 602.314.5870

Facebook:
La Huelga del Pueblo

La Huelga del Pueblo es la respuesta de nuestra comunidad al nivel económico contra los intereses que financian la opresión de nuestro Pueblo. Es una lucha permanente, con conciencia y disciplina, implementado con tácticas de BOYCOTT contra corporaciones especificas que …son prioritarios en campañas estratégicas de corto y largo plaza de establecer una ECONOMIA JUSTA y SOSTENTABLE en Arizona.

Nuestro objectivo es de establecer Zonas de Derechos Humanos por todo Arizona bajo los principios del Compacto de Comercio Comunitario de Arizona.

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La Huelga del Pueblo is response from our community at the economic level in opposition to the interests that financially support the oppression of our Peoples. It is a permanent struggle, with consciousness and discipline, that employs the tactic of strategic BOYCOTTS against priority corporate interests within grass roots strategic campaigns of short and long range intended to achieve a JUST and SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY for Arizona.

Our Objective is to establish Human Rights Zones across the state in accord with the principles of the Arizona Community Commerce Compact.

2012

Indigenous Peoples Forum
on the

Impact of the Doctrine of Discovery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday March 23, 2012

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Arizona State Capitol – House of Representatives

1700 West Washington    Phoenix, AZ

Hosted by:

Native American Caucus

O’otham Hemuchkam

NAHUACALLI, Embassy of Indigenous Peoples

A regional forum to address the implications of the

Preliminary Study on the Impact of the Doctrine of Discovery

by the
United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

in context of the standards established by the adoption on September 13, 2007 of the

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Local – Regional – Continental – Global

 

 

 

Ves O’odtham Ha-Jeved

2012

Indigenous Peoples Forum
on the

Impact of the Doctrine of Discovery

 

Preliminary study of the impact on Indigenous Peoples of the legal construct

known as the Doctrine of Discovery

Submitted to United Nations Economic and Social Council

Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, Ninth Session

New York, April 19-30, 2010

“This preliminary study establishes that the Doctrine of Discovery has been institutionalized in law and policy, on national and international levels, and lies at the root of the violations of Indigenous Peoples human rights, both individual and collective.”

 

AGENDA

9:00            Opening Ceremony O’otham Hemuchkam

9:15            Welcome from the Native American Caucus

9:20            Installation of the Presidium – O’otham Hemuchkam

9:30            Tupac Enrique Acosta, Izkaloteka: Objectives of the Indigenous Peoples Forum

9:40            Steve Newcomb, Indigenous Law Institute: Dominion and Colonization

10:10            Shannon Rivers, O’odham Hemuchkam: Impact on O’otham Nations and Territories

10:25            Julie Cavanaugh Bill and Larson Bill, Western Shoshone Defense Project: International Context

10:55            Professor Robert Miller, Lewis and Clark University: The Doctrine of Discovery and Manifest Destiny

11:30            Jose Matus, Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras: The Doctrine of Discovery and International Borders

11:40            Summary and Plan of Action

12:00            Closing Ceremony and Farewell

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United Nations

Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Adopted by the UN General Assembly on September 13, 2007

 

“Affirming that indigenous peoples are equal to all other peoples…”

 

LUNCH provided at NAHUACALLI

802 N. 7TH STREET

Phoenix, AZ

 

Nahuacalli Educators Alliance Press Conference

Nahuacallli Educators Alliance
Press Release
For Immediate Release
Date: Monday March 12, 2012
Contact: Tupac Enrique Acosta (602) 466-8367
Impact of the Doctrine of Discovery

Traditional Indigenous Mexican Communities Mobilize a Four-Day Direct Action in Response to the Regime of Intellectual Apartheid in Arizona

What:          PRESS CONFERENCE to announce Direct Action at the Arizona Department of Education

When:          10:00 AM Tuesday March 13, 2012

Where:           NAHUACALLI   802 N. 7th Street Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix, AZ – Working together under the auspices of the Calmecac Abya Yala, a continental consortium of Indigenous Universities from throughout the hemisphere, two traditional Indigenous Mexican communities will embark on a four day series of educational events and direct action that will mobilize from Tucson to Phoenix this week.

Under the theme of  “In Imiuh Tenamaztle” (The Arrow of Tenemaztle) the event will launch from Tucson on Wednesday March 14th and arrive at the Arizona Department of Education on Friday the 16th at 3:00 PM to deliver a set of demands and recommendations to Arizona Superintendent of Instruction John Huppenthal.

On Saturday the 17th dual actions in the form of “Teach Ins” in both Tucson and Phoenix will culminate the the 2012 Flecha de Tenamaztle. The Phoenix “teach in” is planned to take place at the Arizona State Capitol complex from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

The Calpolli Tlamanalco and the Calpolli Nahuacalco, working with the Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras, are taking the action in response to the climate of “intellectual apartheid” which has become exacerbated by AZ HB2281, and in affirmation of the Right of Self Determination as Indigenous Peoples in regards to educational policies and practices in the realm of Public Education in the State of Arizona.

“The educational issues in Arizona are not limited to the banning of books, and the denial of culturally competent educational services such as the Mexican American studies program in Tucson, the issue at its core is the right as Indigenous Peoples to question the intellectual regimes colonization and its agents of suppression in the form of institutions of the state.  We propose to engage in the peaceful exercise of the right of assembly to present our grievances, demands and recommendations to the State of Arizona, and we now propose that as a beginning point of reference in the dialogue we integrate the Preliminary Study on the Impact of the Doctrine of Discovery of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.

Submission to the United Nations
Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues

May 7-18, 2012 UN Headquarters New York
Impact of the Doctrine of Discovery

“Colonization aned Cognition, Human Rights and Education”
A Caminata of Purpose and Self Determination

Join us for a Caminata from Tlamanalco (Tucson) to Izkalotlan (Phoenix) and O’odham Nation Territories.

From March 14th- 16th, 2012.

****March 14th-
Start at Aztlan Boxing Gym @ 7 am, Xinachtli forum @ 8:30 am, then walk to 1010 and another forum @ 10:30am, then continue walking to Joaquin Murrieta Park, followed by a run to Marana, Yoem Pueblo, getting there in the evening. (28 miles)

****March 15th-
Start at sunrise and run from Yoem Pueblo to Chantlalli,  camp out (80+ miles)

****March 16th-
Start at sunrise and run from Chantlalli to Arizona Department of Education,1535 West Jefferson Phoenix, AZ around 3 pm. With community event from 3-6pm.

Feel free to participate in any or all of the events. The more runners the better :)

**We are also accepting donations in the form of water, food, gas money, whatever you have that can be of help.**

If you are considering staying on the Caminata please bring the following items:
-sleeping bag, sunscreen, water bottle/cup, personal toiletries, etc.

Indigenous University of Abya Yala
Nahuacall Educators Alliance
TONATIERRA
Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras
Calpolli Teoxicalli

From Civil Rights to Human Rights, Indigenous Rights and the Rights of Mother Earth!

For more information please contact Chucho Ruiz: 520-551-5229 or Tonatierra: 602-254-5230

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PAST EVENTS

JOIN US FOR OUR 3RD ANNUAL

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES MARKET PLACE!!!

3rd Annual Indigenous Peoples Market place!

Join us on December 3rd and 17th at our Indigenous Peoples Market place.  Come do your holiday shopping supporting the people!  You will find gifts for all you holiday needs including, jewelry, clothing, pottery, Coffee, soy candles, and much, much more!  We will also have live music and food!  If you are interested in vending at this event, please email us at tonal@tonatierra.org

Los Comités de Defensa del Barrio

FESTIVAL  DE  RESISTENCIA

Press Advisory

Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Contacts: Raul Cordero (602) 488-9731; Anayanse Garza (602) 487-0186

Tupac Enrique Acosta (602) 466-8367

FESTIVAL  DE  RESISTENCIA

Wednesday September 21, 2011

7:00 PM to 12:00 AM

W. Grant and S. 2nd Ave, Phoenix, AZ.

Featuring Global Music Artist

Manu Chao

What:          Press Conference announcing “Festival de Resistencia”

Where:        TONATIERRA, 802 N. 7th Street

When:         10:30am, Thursday, September 15

Who:           Comités de Defensa del Barrio and TONATIERRA

Phoenix, AZ – Manu Chao, internationally renowned global music artist will perform on Wednesday, September 21 in solidarity with the Comités de Defensa del Barrio (CDBs) and other organizations from Arizona and across the country that have been fighting against the policies of state sanctioned racial profiling and discrimination such as AZ SB1070, the Secure Communities program of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE), and the federal 287(g) program.

The National Day Labor Organizing Network (NDLON) and other allied organizations including Alto Arizona and TONATIERRA will join with the CDBs to celebrate the movement of community resistance over the past year which brought over 100,000 people to march in Arizona against SB1070 last May 29, 2010.  The CDBs are now actively organizing at the grass roots and regional levels to implement a series of boycott actions against the financial supporters of the policies of persecution and racial profiling resulting from the immoral collusion between private prison industry lobby groups with ties to the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and state legislators across the country.

SB1070 was crafted in the bowels of ALEC and then imported into the Arizona State legislature by Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce.

On Wednesday, September 21 during the Festival de Resistencia, the Boycott Commission of the CDBs will conduct a COMMUNITY CONSULTATION to identify the priority targets for the ongoing La Huelga del Pueblo – Boycott of Arizona, calling for transparency and accountability for the economic interests that have been profiteering through contracts with the private prison industry in cahoots with law enforcement personalities and financial institutions across the state.

The Festival de Resistencia is being organized as a family focused event of celebration of the fight for Civil Rights, Human Rights, Indigenous Rights and the Rights of Mother Earth.  The festival is will be free of charge. It will be an alcohol and drug free event, and a peaceful celebration of the Spirit of Resistance, Rebellion and Regeneration.

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TONATIERRA

http://www.tonatierra.org

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Please join us for our

Annual Miccailhuitl – Dia de los Muertos Ceremony.


POHUALTLAHTOYAN

Tribunal de los Pueblos

Abya Yala

September 11-12, 2010

A Community Tribunal of Rectification

and

Act of Self Determination

Addressing the

Violations of Civil Rights Human Rights Indigenous Rights

RIGHTS OF MOTHER EARTH

in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Territories (US-Mexico 1848)

Protocols:

Treaty of Teotihuacan

Cochabamba Protocols

NAHUACALLI

Embassy of Indigenous Peoples

802 N.  7th Street Phoenix, AZ 85006

WWW.NAHUACALLI.ORG

Phoenix, AZ

IZKALOTLAN

Contact:

Tupac Enrique Acosta, Yaotachcauh

Tlahtokan Nahuacalli

chantlaca@tonatierra.org

TONATIERRA

http://www.tonatierra.org

PURPOSE:

To Provide a Traditional Indigenous Venue POHUALTLAHTOYAN to address the violations of Civil Rights, Human Rights, and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of Abya Yala in a process affirming the Right of Self Determination as Nations and Pueblos of Indigenous Peoples in defense of the RIGHTS OF MOTHER EARTH.

PRINCIPLES:

Tradition and Liberation

The Legend of TENAMAZTLE: Tezcatlipoca, Quetzalcoatl, Huitzilopochtli

The violations and evidence that were submitted, the interference, every pain that was mentioned by Elders, every testimony of the violation of our Mother Earth from where all this life comes from.  The second charge:  It was forced. It’s forced. It’s assault.  It’s usurpation of jurisdiction that is then transcribed into what they call a legal system.  The evidence was submitted under the international law, under treaty obligation as understood by the First Nations, the Peoples of the First Nations-“itzachitlakame” – it is sufficient to proceed.  We concur with the findings of our fellow judges to advance these proceedings to the next stage of testimony, witness, finding and judgment. And we would also state that under the power of enforcement that we direct this message to be carried to the present and future generations of Origin-Nations of the four directions of the Great Turtle Island.  And their powers are now powers of Memory, of Intelligence and Will that we may undertake the remedy in our daily walk and in our dreams.  First Nations International Court of Justice, Algonquin Territories [Ottawa, Canada] April 1996; Judge Tupac Enrique Acosta, Izkalotlan Pueblo

The Treaty of Teotihuacan:

The TREATY OF TEOTIHUACAN is a mutual commitment among the Nations, Pueblos, and organizations of Indigenous Peoples at the continental level, empowered by the Jurisprudence of Indigenous International Law in four aspects: Spiritual Alliance, Political Solidarity, Cultural Complementarity, and POCHTECAYOTL – Economic and Commercial Agreements of Exchange.

The Protocols of Cochabamba

RESPECT – INCLUSION – COMPLEMENTARITY – SELF DETERMINATION

PROCESS

The formulation of the POHUALTLAHTOYAN is projected as a Fourfold process: Welcome and Introductions, Intervention and Consultation, Reflection and Dialogue, Community and Commitment.

INTERVENTIONS

Interventions to the process are accepted for consideration in terms of Individual and Family, Family and Community, Community and Nation, Nation and Traditional Indigenous Confederacy, Humanity and Mother Earth.

Categories of Intervention for Testimony and Evidence:  1) Violations of Civil Rights and Human Rights; 2) Violations of Indigenous Rights and the RIGHTS OF MOTHER EARTH in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Territories; 3) Violations of the Rights of the Future Generations.

EVENTUALITIES

Realization of the Archive of POHUALTLAHTOYAN.

Initiation of the process of articulation of the CRIME of TERRACIDE

from local, regional, continental, and global perspectives.

Living with Wellness – SUMAK KAWSAY – El Buen Vivir

POHUALTLAHTOYAN

Tribunal de los Pueblos

Abya Yala

September 11-12, 2010

A Community Tribunal of Rectification

and

Act of Self Determination

Addressing the

Violations of Civil Rights Human Rights Indigenous Rights

RIGHTS OF MOTHER EARTH

in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Territories (US-Mexico 1848)

AGENDA

Saturday, September 11

8:00 – 9:00 AM Registration

9:00 – 11:00 AM Welcome and Introductions: POHUALTLAHTOYAN

Establishment of the jurisdiction of the Tribunal de los Pueblos: Purpose, Principles, and Process

11:00 – 12:00 AM    Interventions and Consultation

Humanity and Mother Earth: Responsibilities

Rights of Future Generations, Rights of Mother Earth

12:00 – 1:00 PM Lunch

1:00 – 4:00 PM Interventions and Consultation – Continued

• Nations and Traditional Indigenous Confederacies

• Community and Nation

• Family and Community

• Individual and Community

4:00 – 5:00 PM Reflection and Dialogue

6:00 – Dinner

7:30 – POHUALTLAHTOYAN: Reflection and Dialogue – Continued

Sunday, September 12

8:00  – 9:00 AM – Reflection and Dialogue – Continued

10:00 -11:45 AM – Community and Commitments

12:00 -NOON – Ceremony of Rectification and Emergence

12:45 -  Announcements

1:00 -  Farewells


TONATIERRA

NAHUACALLI

Presents the Screening of the Documentary

CRUDE

THE REAL PRICE OF OIL

In the Amazon jungle of Ecuador, 30,000 indigenous peoples are negatively impacted by Texaco/Chevron and their actions.  This oil company spent three decades systematically contaminating one of the most biodiverse regions on Earth, poisoning the water, air and land. The pollution has created a “death zone” in an area the size of the Rhode Island, resulting in increased rates of cancer, leukemia, birth defects, and a multiplicity of other health ailments. The oil operations in the region contributed to the destruction of indigenous peoples and irrevocably impacted their traditional way of life.  CRUDE tells the story of this real life struggle for survival.

Friday, March 26th, 2010

802 N 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ

7 pm – 10 pm

FREE EVENT!!

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Indigenous Peoples Day

Nahn-coh-Mahss O’otham

Community Forum

in Affirmation of the United Nations

Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Adopted by the UN General Assembly on September 13, 2007

Affirming that indigenous peoples are equal to all other peoples…

Thursday March 11, 2010

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Memorial Hall

Phoenix Steele Indian School Park

300 E. Indian School Road

Hosted by Nahuacalli Neighborhood Association

Co-sponsors:

ASU School of Law Indian Legal Program – Seventh Generation Fund – Maya Vision

Native American Heritage Coalition – Alianza Indigena Sin Fronteras

Contacts: Shannon Rivers (480) 220-6766
Tupac Enrique Acosta (602) 466-8367
Email: chantlaca@tonatierra.org

NAHUACALLI

Embassy of Indigenous Peoples

www.nahuacalli.org

Continental Confederation of the Eagle and the Condor

PRESS CONFERENCE
11:00 AM

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NICAN TLACAH ILHUITL

Matlactli Ihuan Ce Tochtli Xihuitl

Year Eleven Rabbit – Año Once Conejo

Mactlactli Ihuan yei Cipactli

Trece Cocodrilo – Thirteen Crocodile

Viernes 12 de marzo de 2010

Friday 12th of March of 2010

DAWN

Da inicio el año Matlactli ihuan ce Tochtli, once conejo al amanecer, y terminará  el día 12 de marzo de 2111 al medio día.  Obseve que los Nemontemi llevan su propia cuenta, para conformar una cuenta completa de 260 días, un Tonalpohualli, cada 52 años.  La veintena Izcalli terminó el día sábado 6 de marzo, corespondiente al día Matlactli ihuan Ome Xochitl (12-Flor), por lo que este año comienza el día Matlactli ihuan Yei Cipactli (13-Cocodrilo).

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The year Matlactli ihuan ce Tochtli, Eleven Rabbit begins at dawn, and ends on the 12th of March of 2111 at midday.  Observe that the Nemontemi carries its own count, in order to conform to a count of 260 days, a Tonalpohualli, every 52 years.  The Vientena Izcalli ends on Saturday the 6th of March, corresponding to the day Matlactli ihuan Ome Xochitl (12-Flower) and for this reason this year begins on the day Matlactli ihuan Yei Cipactli (13-Crocodile).

NEMONTEMI

MARCH 7-8-9-10-11, 2010

NAHUACALLI

Embassy of Indigenous Peoples

802 N 7th Street, Phoenix  AZ

www.nahuacalli.org

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Tlahtokan Abya Yala

Saturday March 13th, 2010

NAHUACALLI

Embassy of Indigenous Peoples

802 N. 7th Street Phoenix, AZ

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

A traditional gathering of Indigenous Nations and Pueblos in preparation for the

20th Anniversary Continental Encounter of the Pachacutic Kuntur Anka

in Quito, Ecuador June 14-16, 2010

www.nahuacalli.org

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Indigenous Peoples Day – Nican Tlacah Ilhuitl – Tlahtokan Abya Yala

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The time has come to once again take the streets and stand up against hate! Twice in the past year we have stood up with resounding response and results. After our two previous five thousand plus people actions: First, investigations from the US Justice Department and FBI were started.  Second, congressional hearings were hosted and the entire nation now knows of Joe Arpaio and his constant abuse of human rights. We have all succeeded in bringing to the forefront the atrocities that the 287g and ICE Access programs bring to our communities, now we must unite to stop their abuse.

At this time we are making an urgent national call for all peoples concerned and engaged in changing the course of hate in this country to join us January 16th 2009 in Phoenix Arizona. It is time, just like Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement took the streets of Montgomery Alabama that at that time was the epicenter of hate; we must do the same in Phoenix. This date is significant because it marks one year of the Obama administration that has resulted in the continuation and expansion of the anti-immigrant Bush policies. It is also the weekend we celebrate Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement struggles of the 60’s. Once again we are at a crossroads when people from our communities are being used and treated unequally.

Unfortunately fear and injustice remain prevalent in Maricopa County,  not much has changed as Joe Arpaio and his Sheriff Deputies continue to terrorize the streets of Maricopa County and continues his physical abuse in the jails with the 287(g) agreement. Racial profiling by city, county and state law enforcement is rampant. The state of Arizona continues to racially profile under the guise of implementing anti-migratory worker and smuggling laws.
Knowing justice is on our side we must unite and face terror with valiant actions toward eliminating inequalities and hate from our midst.

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TIANKIZCO

MARKETPLACE

An Indigenous Peoples Fair Trade Zone

Art, Music, Crafts, Food, Clothing, Jewelry, Raffle, Silent Auction and More!!

Come and do your holiday shopping with local artists, activists, and community members!

Community Celebration

Saturday December 19th, 2009

8 am – 4 pm

Indoor – Free Admission – Outdoor

NAHUACALLI

802 N 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ

TONATIERRA

(602) 254-5230

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Please Join Us!

This is an alcohol, drug, and weapon free event.

1st Annual
HUEXOLOXOCHITL
TRUTHGIVING
Gathering

ABYA YALA
IZKALOTLAN, AZTLAN
November 27th and 28th, 2009

NAHUACALLI
Embassy of Indigenous Peoples
802 N. 7th St.    Phoenix,  ArizonaOn November 27th and 28th the Nahuacalli, Embassy of Indigenous Peoples, ARMA and Artist for Dignity invite you to the First Annual Huexoloxochitl TRUTHGIVING Gathering.THE SCIENCE AND LEGEND OF TOLTECAYOTL
The Path of QuetzalcoatlREALIZING
Effective creative responses to colonization,
Community Acts of Decolonization and Fulfillment of the Roots and Destiny of Humanity.
*******Schedule 

Friday 27th
5:00pm-11:00pm Dinner and Film Festival

Saturday 28th
9:00am-10:00am Registration/Breakfast
10:00am-12:00pm Panel and Discussion
12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch
1:00pm-4:00pm Working groups
5:00pm- 6:00pm Dinner
7:00pm-12:00am Art Exhibit and Concert

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Links:
TONATIERRA
www.tonatierra.org

NAHUACALLI
Embassy of the Indigenous Peoples
www.nahuacalli.org

NAHUACALLI – First Annual TRUTHGIVING Gathering – Phoenix November 27-28



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