Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Unsheltered Indigenous Peoples to Rally Against Racism and Racial Profiling in Flagstaff

News Advisory
Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Contact: Klee Benally
Táala Hooghan Infoshop volunteer

Unsheltered Indigenous Peoples to Rally Against Racism & Racial Profiling in Flagstaff

FLAGSTAFF, AZ -- Unsheltered Indigenous community members are holding a rally to end racism and racial profiling in Flagstaff. They will share their experiences and calls to action.

In 2006 The National Coalition for the Homeless named the City of Flagstaff the 10th "meanest" city in the U.S. due to policies targeting the "homeless" or unsheltered population.
According to annual reports from the Flagstaff Police Department,the City of Flagstaff arrests an average of more than 3,000 Indigenous People every year yet only 7,000 Native people call Flagstaff their home.

What: Rally Against Racism & Racial Profiling

When: Saturday at 12 PM
Where: Heritage Square, Flagstaff, Arizona
Interviews available upon request.


LIVE Protect Inlet of Coast Salish at Burnaby Mountain

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Now, March 21, 2018

On Tuesday, Youths on the Frontline were Arrested (below)

Youths Arrested: Defending Water and Land at Burnaby Mountain from Tar Sands Pipeline

On Tuesday, youths were on the frontline, and arrested defending Coast Salish land and water from Kinder Morgan's TransMountain tar sands pipeline at Burnaby Mountain. (Twitter photos)

Facebook Caught in Spy-for-Dollars Scheme

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By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Some would call it karma. We were writing about how Facebook had provided a platform for the theft of the content and revenues of honest people, tee-shirt designers, hard working news reporters, and many others.
Then, at the same time, bam, Facebook gets caught with far more than screwing over the little people. It got caught with its major spy-for-dollars-of-your-data, with a crash costing it $50 billion in its market value since last week, and a call to testify before Congress about Cambridge Analytica.
Of course Facebook is still collecting your data, and not just for advertising purposes to sell you something.
The data is given to the military, law enforcement, political campaigns and global intelligence officers. No surprise here, but at least it gives us the names.
And, of course, Cambridge was just linked to the Blackwater founder. Again, no surprise here.

How trolls take over the conversation
The news reports have explained how trolls create trends on Facebook. First, they create arguments and drama, which heats up the clicks and sharing. This is another good reason to use "delete" and "block" so trolls don't take over the conversation.
Read more:
Whistleblower, 28, describes Cambridge Analytica psyops on Facebook -- The Guardian
Snowden: Facebook is a surveillance company that collects your data -- Newsweek
Facebook tumbles again by $50 billion -- CNN
How to protect your personal data from Facebook profiteering -- NBC News
Cambridge linked to Erik Prince, Blackwater -- CBS San Diego