Camila Ibanez is a first generation "American" trying to connect with her indigenous Aymara roots in South America. She spends her time working at the intersections of climate justice and migrant rights on the National Coordinating Committee of Deep Roots United Front. In between telling the powerful stories of the frontline warriors, you can find her in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, learning from the nearest migrant wimmin and eating arroz con leche. Follow her on twitter @QuePasaApaza
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Sunday, March 16, 2014
Lakota Vow: ‘Dead Or In Prison Before We Allow the KXL Pipeline’
On February 27, Oglala Lakota and American Indian Movement activists joined in a four-directions walk to commemorate Liberation Day, an event to mark the 1890 massacre at Wounded Knee.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Until the President Stops Deportations, We Will Stop Them Ourselves
Monday morning I woke at dawn and drove an hour from Phoenix to the small town of Eloy, Arizona. It was pretty warm already and I knew the Arizona sun would only grow hotter.