International Day of Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples of the Western Hemisphere!
1668 Alabama Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Mobile: (415) 577-1492
Come to Commemorate October 12, 1492 as
“International Day of Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples of the Western Hemisphere!”
and 516 Years of Indigenous Peoples Resistance to Colonization in the Americas
AHORA CELEBRAMOS DIA DE LA RAZA!
When-Cuando: Monday/Lunes 13 October 2008
Location-Sitio: San Francisco Yerba Buena Gardens, Mission Street (btwn Third & Fourth)
Time-Tiempo: 11 am to 3 pm (clean up by 4 pm!)
Master of Ceremony and AIM host, Bill Means, Lakota Nation, Welcome All My Relatives to Turtle Island.
With Special Guest, national known comedian of the Red kind, Charlie Hill, of the Oneida Nation!
Musica by “Phoenix” and Chicano-Indio hip-rap “Brown Buffalo” also Azteca, Mexica, all Traditional Dancers welcome (Four Directions opening circle of life assemble at 11 am)
Drummers, Singers invited. Bienvenidos Toda La Raza! Somos El Mismo Rio!
The Land is your Mother! La Tierra es tu Madre! No One (Nadie!) is Illegal!
Throughout the US October 13 is celebrated as Columbus Day, when North America’s first terrorist and a symbol of racism and colonization of Indian peoples, is paraded and glorified; a pirate washed onto our shores, lost, destitute and diseased! AIM-WEST invites you to shatter the myth. We Are Still Here!
Protect Sacred Sites, Down with La Migra! Chale con el Army! Oppose the ICE and Border Wall! Free Leonard Peltier. Justice for John Graham! Release the Cuban Cinco! UNPLUG America! Demand the US sign the United Nations General Assembly “Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples” adopted September 13, 2007 (except for Canada, Aotearoa-NZ-and US!!).
Procession/Walk gather at SF Fisherman’s Wharf Pier #31 immediately after return from Annual Alcatraz Sun Rise. (Tickets $11, kids under 5 free! Purchase advance http://www.alcatrazcruises.com or call 415-981-7625) Walk begins at 10 am to Mission Street on side-walk toward Yerba Buena Gardens. Or, join us at the Garden.
Call Tony Gonzales