* One Tribe One Nation One Fire Honoring Chief Theresa Spence, and the women who started the IdleNoMore Movement.



NO MINE IN THE PENOKEE HILLS Bad River is under attack under Mining Special Interests in Legislature, the Treaties that Protects and Preserves our Cultural Environment, Lands and the Water, honor them.



* VAWA Indigenous Women Issues Our congress refuses to sign the VAWA Law that has the protections and rights to prosecute non-natives who abuse our Women on Tribal Lands and more, this is important. Global awareness, to Stop the Violence Against Women, Sexual Assault, lack of support for justice departments from leaders of disappearing indigenous women, and children murdered and / or sold into human trafficking.



Sisters and Brothers leading Idle No More, in Madison throughout Wisconsin is: Rachel Byington, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma * Arvina Marin, Ho Chunk Nation Diana Miller, Menominee Nation * Sarah LittlerRedfeather, decent of the Anishinaabe, MN Chippewa Band - White Earth * Sanford LittleEagle, Ho Chunk Nation * Chuck Davis, Sr. We are in Solidarity and active with IdleNoMore Milwaukee.



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MISSION The, "Idle No More calls on all people to join in a revolution which honors and fulfills Indigenous sovereignty which protects the land and water." The movement wants to "stop the government from passing more laws and legislation that will further erode treaty and indigenous rights and the rights of all Indigenous people globally." - We are in Solidarity with Canada, Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin to Idle No More, Protect our Lands and Water.



* One Tribe One Nation One Fire Honoring Chief Theresa Spence, and the women who started the IdleNoMore Movement.



NO MINE IN THE PENOKEE HILLS Bad River is under attack under Mining Special Interests in Legislature, the Treaties that Protects and Preserves our Cultural Environment, Lands and the Water, honor them.



* VAWA Indigenous Women Issues Our congress refuses to sign the VAWA Law that has the protections and rights to prosecute non-natives who abuse our Women on Tribal Lands and more, this is important. Global awareness, to Stop the Violence Against Women, Sexual Assault, lack of support for justice departments from leaders of disappearing indigenous women, and children murdered and / or sold into human trafficking.



Sisters and Brothers leading Idle No More, in Madison throughout Wisconsin is: Rachel Byington, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma * Arvina Marin, Ho Chunk Nation Diana Miller, Menominee Nation * Sarah LittlerRedfeather, decent of the Anishinaabe, MN Chippewa Band - White Earth * Sanford LittleEagle, Ho Chunk Nation * Chuck Davis, Sr. We are in Solidarity and active with IdleNoMore Milwaukee.



WE ARE NOT AN ORGANIZATION ... WE ARE GRASSROOTS TRIBAL INDIVIDUALS WORKING TOGETHER TO INITIATE #IDLENOMORE WISCONSIN IN SOLIDARITY WITH CANADA, INDIGENOUS PEOPLE AND COMMUNITIES. - WHEN DONATIONS ARE ASKED, THEY ARE FOR FUNDING OF PERMITS AT OUR MARCHES/EVENTS, SPACE RENTALS AND/OR GAS / TRAVEL EXPENSES FROM THOSE TO ATTEND FROM IMPOVERISHED COMMUNITIES.

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Gogebic Taconite applies for preliminary mine permit - crews plan to drill into bedrock and create a 2.36-inch diameter hole

Gogebic Taconite applies for preliminary mine permit - crews plan to drill into bedrock and create a 2.36-inch diameter hole | IDLE NO MORE WISCONSIN | Scoop.it

A mining company that successfully pushed major changes in the state's iron mining laws formally sought approval on Thursday to conduct exploratory drilling on the site of a proposed iron ore mine.

 

"According to the company's application, crews will drill into bedrock and create a 2.36-inch diameter hole. Rock and water-table samples will be taken. If the DNR approves the permit, Coakley said the company will still likely have to wait for conditions to dry out. Heavy, late spring snows have slowed the company's plans this spring. The DNR has established a website on the project to provide updates on the project.

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Can Cath Stepp and Wis. DNR be trusted? Drilling into the rocks, will they be clearing away lands, and trees to disrupt a balance of things? Despite the Tribal Sovernighty and exercising their Treaty Rights in opposition as it effects the lands and waters of Bad River tribe watershed, they are going for it. "According to the company's application, crews will drill into bedrock and create a 2.36-inch diameter hole. Rock and water-table samples will be taken. If the DNR approves the permit, Coakley said the company will still likely have to wait for conditions to dry out. Heavy, late spring snows have slowed the company's plans this spring. The DNR has established a website on the project to provide updates on the project."

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No Mine Rally Madison, Wisconsin 1/26/13. #IdleNoMore #BadRiver

No Mine Rally Madison, Wisconsin 1/26/13. #IdleNoMore #BadRiver | IDLE NO MORE WISCONSIN | Scoop.it
At the Capitol.
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Idle No More

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Midewiwinakwe!

IdleNoMore calls on ALL the people to join in a revolution which honors and fulfills Indigenous Sovereignty which protects the lands and water. Colonization continues through attacks to Indigenous rights and damage to the land and water. We must repair these violations, live the spirit and intent of the treaty relationship, justice in action and PROTECT MOTHER EARTH. 

 

01.26.13 Madison, WI - She talks about the Mayan Calendar as well being it contaminated. - "We need clean water ... I see that work in Idle No More, Indigenous People standing up for our rights ...I stand up for my children, I will stand up my grandchildren ...great grandchildren not born it." "I love this place, Midewiwinakwe! Mother Earth ...and when I came into this earth, she gave me everything I needed" 

 

Life the lands, and water "...It is so precious ..."

 

"...If ONE shovel goes into that Earth, it will destroy my people ..." Lake Superior Chippewa Bad River Tribe member Esie Leoso-Corbine, "Genocide is alive and well in Wisconsin" -- Idle No More I Stand with the Bad River Tribe!!!

 

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IdleNoMore movement couldn't have happened at a better time. Mining, Pipeline and Tar Sand companies are buying up mineral rights left and right... stretches global, but not just in Canada, our States in the Northern Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan are selling us out! Its a direct threat to our public health.
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Bad River Chippewa Take a Stand Against Walker and Mining | The Progressive

Bad River Chippewa Take a Stand Against Walker and Mining | The Progressive | IDLE NO MORE WISCONSIN | Scoop.it
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Last week in Madison, during the only public hearing scheduled for the bill, Bad River Chairman Mike Wiggins Jr. told legislators, “I look at all of you, and you’re 75% water, probably Madison municipal water supply. We are 75% water from aquifers deeper than 1,000 feet that you’re not holding GTac accountable for. Because we’re directly downstream and set to endure the impacts of this project, we view this as an imminent threat. We view this as an act of genocide.”

 

In an interview with Al Jazeera earlier this month about the Idle No More movement, Dr. Pam Palmater, Mi'kmaw lawyer and chair in Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University, Toronto, said, “First Nations are the last best hope that Canadians have of protecting lands for foods and clean water for the future, not just for our people, but for Canadians as well.”

 

Robert Desjarlait, co-founder of Protect Our Manoomin and member of the Red Lake Ojibwe-Anishinaabe Nation, made the same point about treaty rights in Minnesota, and the same is also true for Wisconsin. That’s because no matter how corrupt state politics may be, Ojibwe have rights under treaties signed with the federal government in the mid-19th century.

 

At an anti-mining rally in Madison this past weekend, Bad River member Cherie Pero gave a brief history of how those treaties came about, and what they are for. Check out this two-minute video of her speech. Those were peace treaties between the tribes and the federal government that ceded most of the land to the U.S., but retained rights over management of natural resources, including water, in the northern third of Wisconsin, Michigan’s Upper Penninsula and parts of the mainland, and northeastern Minnesota – what is now known as the Ceded Territories.

 
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Mike Wiggins: "The Imminent Threat Manifests Itself as a Form of Genocide"

1.23.13 Mike Wiggins, Jr., tribal chairman of the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Ojibwe, testifies at the only scheduled public hearing on the mining bi...
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1.23.13 Mike Wiggins, Jr., tribal chairman of the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Ojibwe, testifies at the only scheduled public hearing on the mining bill.

"...When we talk about the destruction of these resources, it's why we sit here and get back to this whole notion of the fact that because we're directly downstream and set to endure the impacts of this project, we view it as an imminent threat. The imminent threat really manifests itself as a form of genocide. Genocide."

For more on the mining bill, read The Million Dollar Bill, by Rebecca Kemble:

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Idle No More, January 24th 2013

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Idle No More Milwaukee Radio 1st show- Dona Yahola of the Bad River Band sings sacred water song & speaks about the origin of Idle No More and it’s importance in Wisconsin in opposition t...
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Idle No More in Madison

Hundreds showed up on the lawn of the Capitol in Madison for an "Idle No More" Solidarity Peace Rally including the Overpass Light Brigade with some illuminated…
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Hundreds showed up on the lawn of the Capitol in Madison for an "Idle No More" Solidarity Peace Rally including the Overpass Light Brigade with some illuminated messages.

 

Music: A Tribe Called Red "The Road"

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Idle No More - Madison, WI

#IdleNoMore Solidarity Peace Rally at the Wis. State Capitol (January 13, 2013) "Idle No More calls on all people to join in a revolution which honors and fulfills…
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#IdleNoMore Solidarity Peace Rally at the Wis. State Capitol (January 13, 2013)


"Idle No More calls on all people to join in a revolution which honors and fulfills Indigenous sovereignty which protects the land and water." The movement wants to "stop the government from passing more laws and legislation that will further erode treaty and indigenous rights and the rights of all Indigenous people globally."

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Idle No More Milwaukee Potluck/Community Discussion | Facebook

Idle No More Milwaukee Potluck/Community Discussion | Facebook | IDLE NO MORE WISCONSIN | Scoop.it
Facebook est un réseau social qui vous relie à des amis, des collègues de travail, des camarades de classe ou d’autres personnes qui ont quelque chose à partager avec vous.
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We would like to invite everyone to a Community discussion and potluck to talk about what we want to do next for Idle No More Milwaukee. Please bring a dish to pass and ideas. We want this to be a supportive environment.

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tiffany filling puddles

February 4, 2013 - Authors of SB1/AB1 hold a media event explaining amendments they plan to bring to the bill before assembly and senate mining committees vo...
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February 4, 2013 - Authors of SB1/AB1 hold a media event explaining amendments they plan to bring to the bill before assembly and senate mining committees vote on the bill February 6. For more information on this media event read this article. Here Sen. Tiffany ensures the protections of the environment, the water and public trust yet he referred to filling of puddles, and failed to mention 295.645(8):
Dear Sen. Tiffany! I call your bluff. RED FLAG #1 .. THERE ARE MANY FLAWS IN THE BILL. THERE SHOULD BE ZERO EXEMPTIONS TO WATER QUALITY! "295.645(8): EXEMPTIONS TO GROUNDWATER QUALITY STANDARDS. 

What Grothman, Tiffany and Darling are trying to do in propaganda and rhetoric is downgrade the impacts and filtration system by size that Bad River, Tyler Forks, Kakagan Sloughs, and Copper Falls, has with the water and wetland system; rebutting Mike Wiggins, Bad River Tribe and Red Cliff Tribe warning claims (they conveniently leave the tribes out of conversation) of the catastrophic damages the mine will create to the water quality standards. They are now referring things as to puddles, and tiny river and tiny wetlands that will not impact the area's groundwaters, lakes, rivers, streams, wetlands and Lake Superior.

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(Part 1 of 10) WI Mining Bill Listening/Hearing Session, Ashland Feb. 13th, 2013

Part 1 of 10 . On Feb. 9th, 2013 State Senator Bob Jauch and Representative Janet Bewely called for a non-sanctioned public Listening Session on Mining Bills AB1/SB1 and SB 3 that will change Wisconsin laws governing mining, and may lead to an Open Pit Mine in the Penokee Mountain Range just south, and up river from the Bad River Ojibwe Reservation in northern Wisconsin. Over 100 people testified and those that registered their testimony overwhelmingly opposed the mine, and legislation that would lead to its creation.

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Compelling opposition and testomonials at this hearing regards to the Mine all together was overwhelming. 

 

Here are the numbers from Saturday’s Public Mining listening session in Ashland, WI 02.09.13. from Bob Jauch’s Office. The people were permitted more than 2-3 minutes to speak.

 

Total participating, both speaking and registrations: 252

• At least 350 people attended.

Total registering to speak: 117 (about 109 actually spoke, the ones who didn’t who were added later as registrants)

Total just registered: 116

• Total speaking/registering in favor of AB 1/SB1: 19

o Speaking in favor of the SB 1/AB 1: 5

o Registered in favor of the SB 1/AB 1: 14

 

• Total Speaking/registering against the SB 1/AB 1 or for the Cullen Bill: 208

o Speaking against AB 1/SB 1: 93

o Registered against the AB 1/SB 1: 72

o Speaking against SB 1 and in favor of the Cullen bill: 6

o Registered against SB 1 and in favor of the Cullen bill: 22

o Speaking in favor of the Cullen bill: 5

o Registering in favor of the Cullen bill: 8

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Mining reality check: Wisconsin Supreme Court feared filled wetlands' "forever" factor - JSOnline

Mining reality check: Wisconsin Supreme Court feared filled wetlands' "forever" factor  - JSOnline | IDLE NO MORE WISCONSIN | Scoop.it
To no one's surprise, two legislative committees in Madison passed the industry-crafted, GOP-managed iron mining bill Wednesday.
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The Journal Sentinel noted that the bill would allow iron mine operators to fill some bodies of Wisconsin water with waste rock:

 

Republicans also adjusted the bill to limit the ability of mining companies to fill waterways, though Democrats said tougher protections were needed. A 2-acre pond could still be filled with rock, they said.

 

Hey, you say: We've got lots of water, right? A little fill here and there? What's two acres?

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Wis. Republicans Push Mining Bill Through Committees | The Progressive

Wis. Republicans Push Mining Bill Through Committees | The Progressive | IDLE NO MORE WISCONSIN | Scoop.it
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Although Republicans characterized their amendments as measures to increase environmental protection that had bipartisan support, Democrats on the committee called them “window dressing” compared to the massive regulatory giveaways to mining companies contained in the remainder of the bill. These include allowing a mining operation to drill as many high-capacity wells as they need without regard to the impacts the wells have on drawing down water levels of nearby municipal water supplies or groundwater tables from which rural households get their drinking water. It also allows for the filling of a lake or pond that is less than 2-acres in size with mining waste and tailings piles, and eliminates the administrative law proceeding known as a contested case hearing from the permitting process itself.

 

Calling it alternately the “Lawyer Full Employment Act” and the “Toxic Waste Creation Act,” Rep. Hulsey said that the amount of deregulation contained in the bill practically assured that the state would lose its ability to issue permits under federal clean air and water law, and that companies seeking to do business in Wisconsin would have to travel to Chicago to obtain them.

 

Republicans countered that there has been more public input on this issue than on any other issue in their memories, with several public hearings on a similar bill last session. Rep. Jeff Stone (R-Greendale), who famously said last year that it was not the legislature’s job to give Native Sovereign Nations a seat at the table, noted that members of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa got their chance to speak at public hearings.

 

That chance consisted of strict two-minute slots per person. But that does not amount to the government-to-government consultation between the State of Wisconsin and Native Sovereign Nations mandated by federal treaties and upheld by state executive orders. Last week Bad River Chairman Mike Wiggins, Jr. sent a letter to Senate mining committee chairman Tom Tiffany (R-Hazelhurst) enumerating some of the ways in which their treaty rights had been abused and violated in the process of crafting and passing this bill. 

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Rodriguez: "Our Ancesters Guaranteed Pristine Land & Water for the Next 7 Generations"

1.23.13 Gloria Rodriguez, a Bad River Tribal member, testifies before the joint mining committee at a public hearing in the Wisconsin Capitol. For more on th...
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“Two minutes to plead for my life is not enough. You are putting a price on our heads. If you’re not honoring treaties, then you should give back the land. Enough is enough, we will idle no more and stay united.

 

“We do not want your money or your empty promises. You will all learn that you cannot eat money. If this mine is allowed, what are we going to live on? We’ve kept our land pristine. That’s all we want for the rest of you guys. Why are you going to destroy something that we need, that is important not just for my child but for everyone.

 

“Go find somewhere else to mine. We didn’t give you that land for you to come and destroy it. We didn’t lease it to you. If we knew what was going to happen, we would never, ever have leased that land.

 

“It seems that you ask more questions of the people who support the mine, but for those of us who oppose it you just say, OK. Jobs are definitely needed up there. We need different, more sustainable solutions. There are other things that would use the resources on our land. Have to think smarter than using someone’s money and destroying someone’s life.”

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Protect Our Manoomin Report to U.N. Rapporteur - Nonferrous Mining on Minnesota Anishinaabeg Ceded Lands

Study on Extractive and Energy Industries in or near Indigenous Territories Title : Nonferrous Mining on Anishinaabeg Ceded Lands and the Effects on Manoomin (Wild Rice). Description : The...
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Protect Our Manoomin Report to U.N. Rapporteur - Nonferrous Mining on Minnesota Anishinaabeg Ceded Lands

02/06/2013

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Idle No More | WORT 89.9 fm

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TUESDAY, 15 JANUARY 2013 | APA

On Tuesday January 15th, host Cynthia Lin spoke with Sarah LittleRedfeather Kalmanson, Diana Miller, Rachel Byington and Arvina Martin, all members of the Idle No More movement.

 

According to their website, “Idle No More grassroots founders and organizers from across Canada, in solidarity with Common Causes—a new initiative bringing together social justice, environmental, labour and other activist groups—are planning a national and worldwide day of action on January 28th, 2013. This day of action will peacefully protest attacks on democracy, Indigenous sovereignty, human rights and environmental protections when Canadian MPs return to the House of Commons on January 28th. As a grassroots movement, clearly no political organization speaks for INM. This movement is of the people for the people. The vision of INM revolves around Indigenous ways of knowing rooted in Indigenous sovereignty to protect water, air, land and all creation for future generations. The Conservative government bills beginning with Bill C-45 threaten Treaties and this Indigenous vision of sovereignty. The goal of the movement is education and to revitalize Indigenous peoples through awareness and empowerment. INM has successfully encouraged knowledge sharing of Indigenous sovereignty and environmental protections. This message has been heard around the world and the world is watching how Canada responds to the message sent by many INM supporters. INM urges the government of Canada to repeal all legislation which violates Treaties, Indigenous sovereignty and subsequently environmental protections of land and water. INM is grateful to many leaders who have supported this vision and the movement of the grassroots people. “The Treaties are the last line of defense to protect water and lands from destruction,” stated Oren Lyons, Faithkeeper Turtle Clan, Onondaga Nation Council of Chiefs.”

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Idle No More in Madison, Wisconsin. January 13th, 2013.

First time out for Wisconsin's Idle No More on a bitterly cold Sunday.
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Idle Know More Teach In | Facebook

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Come join Chi-Nations Youth Council at the American Indian Center of Chicago to learn more about environmental issues and to support local artist. Jessica Koski of the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community will be showing her film Zhashagi (Echo Maker), an in-process documentary by Hypha Films,which focuses on the construction of Eagle Mine in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, as well as impacts upon the environment and peoples of the region. Local artist will also be displaying their unique talents. This event will be potluck.


Special guest: Jescica Koski - Ashinaabe from Keenawaw Bay, MI.
Screening and discussion on the Horrors of Pit Mining.

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A Community's Perspective: Bad River Speaks on Mining Legislation | Facebook

A Community's Perspective: Bad River Speaks on Mining Legislation | Facebook | IDLE NO MORE WISCONSIN | Scoop.it
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Members of the Bad River Band will be visiting the Green Bay-Appleton area on Monday, February 11 to share their perspective on how weaker environmental laws for the mining industry would harm human health and lead to long-term environmental damage. This event is open to the public and the media.

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