Archives For Climate Justice

Home is…©

Copyright 2015

By Felina Silver Robinson


Our home is

More than just the walls that shelter us

Home is the air we breath

The streets we walk on

The grass we run our feet through

The water we drink

The water we swim and bathe in

Home is the power we use each day

The soil we plant in

The ground we build upon

The trash we discard

The crime we feed

The sick we ignore

The sick we tend to

Home is the good and bad in each of us

Who will protect the home we deserve

That’s peaceful





It will take all of us

To protect this place

We call home!

1. Indian National Rodeo Finals Launches Health Campaign; Declares Diabetes

Awareness Day

The INFR Diabetes Benefit and Fashion Show is just one of the events that is
part of the campaign to promote diabetes awareness. The model is wearing a
Red Lightning Couture outfit.

2. Are Second-Round Payments for Cobell Coming Soon?

3. Treaties, Ceded Lands, and Recognition

4. Photos: The Akwesasne International Powwow in Cornwall Island, Ontario, Canada

5. Video: People’s Climate March Lays Out the Science, Dovetailing With

Traditional Knowledge

Vimeo/People’s Climate March
Big Blue Marble or Big Doomed Marble? Time is running out to do something
about climate change, and here’s why.

6. Salmon Homecoming Dedicated to Life and Memory of Billy Frank Jr.

AP images/Ted S. Warren
Billy Frank Jr. is seen here in January 2014.

7. EPA Climate Justice Blog: Opening Immigrants’ Eyes to Environmental Health in

American Homes

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
ECOSS Staff member Sophorn Sim at an Indoor Air event.

8. Raza-Blue sky

1. Watch! Team USA Baffled by New Zealand’s Haka Warrior Dance at FIBA

World Cup

2. The Government’s Selective Morality About Gambling

3. Video: Unsettling Look Into Trafficking of Native Women and Girls

4. Soccer an Indigenous Invention? According to a Guarani Documentary Yes

Club Guarani soccer shield

5. Choctaw Nation Responds to ICTMN’s Coverage of Governor Mary Fallin’s Visit

A statue paying tribute to Charlotte Jackson, ‘The Giver of Life,’ is unveiled
by Pat Jones, Charlotte Jackson’s daughter, with Choctaw Nation Chief
Gary Batton to the left.

6. U.S. Rep. Mullin Visits Cherokee Nation Schools, Businesses

Cherokee Nation
Sequoyah High School scholarship class instructor Sara Barnett and
Superintendent Leroy Qualls listen as U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin, R-Westville,
speaks to the scholarship class at Sequoyah High School during his tour
Monday, August 25.

7. EPA Climate Justice Blog: Women and Climate Change, Part 2

8. Native American Architecture