Human Trafficking Is Not Traditional, Except When It Is

One of the myths about human trafficking is that it's not traditional. However, the phenomenon of human trafficking, particularly that of children and women from Indian Country, is entwined in the histories of indigenous peoples all over, including those in North America. That we've put them 'out of sight, out of mind' physically, educationally, and... Continue Reading →

Indian Gaming and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

  The Fuckery, the name I've given this sex trafficking network, would not exist without the active participation of Native American-owned casinos. According to the National Indian Gaming Association's Fact Sheet from 2015, in 28 states there were 317 Indian casinos with Class II and Class III machines and they reported revenues of $29.9 Billion... Continue Reading →

We’re the Dark Force

There is no secret occult, invisible evil, or supernatural Dark Force spinning a web of entrapment and sexual slavery. It's us. Solid human beings that actively choose to create harm; some in what they weigh as 'small' ways, like creating a 'friendship' online that leads to a meeting in person and drinks with a drug... Continue Reading →

While You Were Paddling

While you were paddling, making your way to the Lummi Nation, what was going through your mind?  What were your prayers?  To whom did you sing? What did you hear beyond the sound of your own heart beating? How much of your thoughts were centered on"ohshitohshitohshit. Oh. Shit! Now what do I do?", when your... Continue Reading →

Government Cheese and Truth

“I have come to believe over and over again that what is most important to me must be spoken, made verbal and shared, even at the risk of having it bruised or misunderstood.”  “When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less... Continue Reading →

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