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The Eagle and Condor Peoples unite in fight against Chevron

By Fernando Arce WASHINGTON, – Onkwehón:we from the North, Central and South American parts of the continent converged in Washington on Apr. 21, 2015 to demand justice for the indigenous victims of Chevron’s pollution in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Hundreds of cousins, sisters and brothers from all over the continent took over…
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The Onkwehon:we connection with Ecuador

By Tom Keefer AKWESASNE – Mohawk elder Kanasaraken (aka Loran Thompson) recently spoke to Real Peoples Media about his visit to Ecuador to see the devastation in the Amazonian rainforest caused by Chevron. Kanasaraken has been part of developing relationships between the Deyodyohkwahnhasta movement and peoples movements in Ecuador. In this…
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Union Leaders join fight against Chevron

By Dwight Tael ECUADOR – The global campaign against Chevron's destruction of indigenous lands in the Amazonian rain forest has been strengthened by the support of the largest private sector union on Turtle Island. Paul Meinema, the National President of UFCW Canada and the Executive Vice President of UFCW International…
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Mohawk Loran Thomson Witnessed Chevron’s Dirty Hand in Ecuador

August 9, 2015 Following the historic Eagle and Condor encounter in Washington, when over 100 Haudenosaunee people came to show their support for the indigenous peoples of the Amazon negatively affected by Chevron, Mohawk Kanasaraken of the Bear Clan, Akwesasne (aka Loran Thompson) visited Ecuador to see Chevron's legacy of…
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