Jacqueline Keeler

Jacqueline Keeler

Jacqueline Keeler is a Navajo/Yankton Dakota writer living in Portland, Oregon and co-founder of Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry. She has been published in Telesur and The Nation and interviewed on MSNBC, Democracy Now and Native American Calling. Her forthcoming book is called “Not Your Disappearing Indian.” On Twitter:@jkeeler.

 

Articles by this author

Tribal Stewards Views
Saturday, November 30, 2019
Preparing Native Youth to Steward Ancestral Lands
It had been more than a 100 years since the Nimíipuu (Nez Perce) people launched a carved canoe in eastern Oregon's Wallowa Lake. And now in this place, beloved by Chief Joseph and his people, crews from several tribal canoes had gathered and joined in song—songs sung in their language and not...
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Views
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Notre Dame and the Fight for Sacred Lands
“Part of our slogan has been ‘what part of sacred don’t you understand?’ Essentially we’re saying, why isn’t it enough for us to say a site is sacred and should be set aside and protected and respected because it’s integral for our spiritual practice to be continued.” — Klee Benally, Navajo...
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News
Tuesday, April 05, 2016
TransCanada Shuts Keystone Pipeline Over Leak: 'We Don't Know Where It's Coming From'
On Monday April 4, TransCanada announced that it has shut down its Keystone pipeline south of Freeman, South Dakota after an oil spill was reported by a local rancher, stating that "crews initially found visible signs of oil on a small surface area." A video posted on Facebook by Keystone XL (a...
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