As a people we are fortunate to have media sources and journalists other than the mainstream ones.
NAJA-Native American Journalists Association -is an organization composed of indigenous journalists-a diverse group who will come down on various sides of an issue as all do, but a group I believe who generally have the best interests of the nations at heart.
They have an access that the majority of us don’t-and I know that among them there are those who haven’t bought into the AIM/Peltier propaganda.
Due to the access and audience they have it would serve a great purpose to promote the below linked petition related to Annie Mae, and if not to promote then in the least to make their readership aware of it.
To do so may be seen as a risk by some but I submit in not doing so a risk is taken that in avoiding this incremental step to achieve justice it can in effect further it’s obstruction.
A murdered woman’s voice accompanied by countless others who have been raped, abused, and even murdered seeks to be heard. Tradition and culture raise their voice in unison-who will close their ears to this? Who will turn a blind eye?
Anyone can talk the talk, but it is another thing to walk the walk-silence is not golden, it gives consent.