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    Reflections on Occupy Wall Street, with photos, fun, and good wishes for the future. eBook, Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? (Only $.99 !) In the eBook, the Occupy movement is explored through original reporting, photographs, cartoons, poetry, essays, and reviews.The collection of essays and blog posts records the unfolding of Occupy into the culture from September 2011 to the present.  Authors Kimberly Wilder and Ian Wilder were early supporters of Occupy, using their internet platforms to communicate the changes being created by the American Autumn.

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Shinnecock Indian Nation Powwow

2011 Powwow Flier: here. Sunday 9/4/2011 starts at 10am, Grand Entry at noon and at 7pm Monday 9/5/2011 starts at 10am, Grand Entry at noon Labor Day weekend is the time of the big Powwow at Shinnecock, in Eastern Long Island. It is a great way to spend some of your holiday. There will be: […]

BNL Denies Maniscalco’s Request for Shinnecock Ceremony for 15k Trees to Be Cut Down

h/t Shinnecock Indian Nation In that spirit, the higher-ups at Brookhaven National Laboratory have denied a request from Peter Maniscalco of Renew Community Earth to let the Shinnecock Indian Nation perform a spiritual ceremony of reverence for the 15,000 trees that are about to be cleared from 200 acres of lab property in order to […]

Shinnecock’s receive federal recognition!

(excerpt from) 27East/Southampton Press Shinnecocks get final word, become 565th recognized tribe By Brendan O’Reilly / Oct 1, 10 4:59 PM The Shinnecock Indian Nation received word Friday afternoon from its tribal attorneys that it is now officially the 565th Native American tribe to earn recognition from the U.S. government, according to Shinnecock Tribal Trustee […]

Shinnecock is Federally Recognized Tribe

from AP: In this June 15, 2005 file photo, Shinnecock Indian Nation trustee James Eleazer, Jr., third from right, addresses the media as tribal Chairman Randy King, center and Charles Smith, left, listen outside court in Central Islip, N.Y., where King filed papers claiming tribal ownership of 3,600 acres of land in Southampton, N.Y. Members […]

Video and report from a visit to the whale…

Update Friday morning: The whale has died. The Atlanta Journal Constitution and other outlets report that the whale died overnight: story here. (Update/Note Friday evening: There were a few wrong reports out, so the whale was reported to have died too soon. Though, as of a Friday, April 9th at 4:00pm press conference, the whale […]

US looks stupid granting the Shinnecok what they already knew

Shinnecock Block by Jed Morey I hope the Shinnecock gain the full recognition they seek. Then I hope they build the biggest and most ostentatious casino on the planet right smack in the middle of Shinnecock territory. An edifice so big and so bright it keeps the neighbors up at night and catches errant golf […]

Governor Paterson meets with Haudenosaunee chiefs

(excerpt from) Albany Times Union blog Paterson meets with long house chiefs September 4, 2009 at 6:14 pm by James M. Odato Gov. David Paterson had his first meeting with traditional Iroquois leaders Thursday afternoon. The Haudenosaunee chiefs gathering in the governor’s office in Albany represented the Tuscarora, Tonawanda Seneca, Mohawk, Onondaga and Cayuga tribes… […]

Shinnecock: path to recognition, also possible gambling center(s)

A Newsday story states that Shinnecock Indian Nation in Southampton is close to recognition by the federal government that will bring special acknowledgment and important benefits. In addition, if recognition happens, the Shinnecock will probably seek permission to have a gambling center, probably somewhere off the reservation. Story at Newsday: Shinnecock: We see ‘certain path’ […]

Sat. March 21st: A sporting event for the Shinnecock Museum

On Saturday, March 21, 2009, the Shinnecock All Stars will play against the Harlem Magic Masters at Southampton High School, as a fundraiser for the Shinnecock Museum in Long Island, New York.

Views Of The Obama Election: Finding A Tribe’s Voice

KW: We will be posting a series of post-election thoughts and e-mails from various people, including some people who did and some who did not vote for Obama. The e-mail below was sent out by Lisa Votino-Tarrant, who lives on the Shinnecock Reservation, in Eastern Long Island. Finding A Tribe’s Voice Hi All, I had […]

Sunday, Sept. 14th: Benefit Concert for WPKN Radio

This station is from Connecticut and Montauk. WPKN is listener-supported, community –based radio, known as the most unusual radio station on the planet. We met some fans and supporters who came to the NY Solarfest in Brentwood to do outreach this year. See “more” link for details…

Shinnecock Events 7/8/08 & 7/12/08

Details and letter from community activist Lisa Votino-Tarrant at the keep reading… Tuesday, July 8th at 1pm at the SouthamptonTown Board meeting there will be a public hearing to create the cultural resources sub-committee of the Landmarks and Historic Districts Board. Saturday, July 12th from 11-4pm there will be an Indian Market at the Shinnecock […]