Coal transportation pipeline for Peabody’s Black Mesa Coal Mine Editor’s note: we intentionally chose to capitalize all uses of Indigenous, Native, Latinx/Hispanic, Dine, Hopi when referring to people(s) for consistency. Some names have been changed to protect the identities of the subjects. Sitting on a bench outside of a stone house, Zee smokes a cigarette […]Read More Divided People: connecting Black Mesa with the Central American Refugee Exodus
This morning, @hecatesociety helped a large group of people in Tucson shut down the intersection in front of the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base main entrance. The group demanded that US troops leave the southern border and stop terrorizing refugees. Indigenous people have the right to migrate across ancestral land. Esta mañana la sociedad Hecate ayudó […]Read More Troops Off The Border!
Flowers were planted on the soil of the “forbidden” meadow, as a symbol that the people will bloom and thrive again with the collective feminine healing powers and determination to build a better world for our younger generations. After the die-in, fear was disarmed as people were dancing and celebrating on the meadow while music […]Read More “Illegal” Meadows
Yesterday morning, over a hundred people gathered on the US and Mexico sides of the border wall in Nogales to commemorate the 400+ people that have died or disappeared in the past year and thousands more in the years prior, when attempting to seek asylum and cross the border. While the names of the dead […]Read More Wondering If They’ll Ever Come Home
On Friday night, hundreds of people gathered outside the barb wired gates of the Eloy Detention Center, in Eloy, AZ. With one unified voice, they told the refugees detained behind the fortified concrete walls, “Te quieremos, no están solos!” Dozens of ICE and cop cars shone their headlights across the massive group of dancing and […]Read More Detainees Watched With Their Hands Pressed Up to the Outdoor Windows of Their Cells
Many moons have lit the way for thousands of refugees traveling to “El Norte” fleeing US backed violence. Just a few days ago this barb wire was put up on the wall as another layer of intimidation for the refugee caravans seeking asylum. This past weekend, Hecate Society traveled to the @SOAWatch #Encuetro2018 to build […]Read More The US – MX border wall on a cold night in Nogales, AZ