Monday, October 29, 2007

Defending Indigenous Democracy

From its inception, the Public Good network functioned to defeat the anti-democratic movement in the US. One aspect of that work has been the exposure of the anti-Indian movement.

Uncivil acts such as that passed unanimously by the Idaho legislature, show how far we have yet to go before we can say we live in a respectful society. Until that day comes, there will be a need for applied investigative research and communication, which is where the Public Good learning center comes in. Presently operating online and in occasional conferences and teach-ins, we hope to expand our offerings with a brick-and-mortar presence in the near future. By making a donation to this initiative, you'll help us get there sooner.

As we noted at the beginning of our social enterprise fifteen years ago, safeguarding indigenous rights is part of defending democracy. It still is.

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