Frances Madeson

Frances Madeson is the author of the comic novel Cooperative Village (Carol MRP Co., New York, 2007), and a social justice blogger at Written Word, Spoken Word.

Arsonist of Three Black Louisiana Churches Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison

Cameroonian Asylum Seekers Said to be One Day Away From Deportation Back to the Oppression They Fled

African Asylum Seekers Jailed in Louisiana Stop Eating in Protest

Federal Prisons Should Not be Death Chambers

Death Camps in the Making: New York’s Prisons During a Time of Pandemic

Pro-Democracy Movement in Haiti Swells Despite Police Violence

New Mexico Public Regulatory Commission in Retrograde

SANTA Fe: 12 Arrested Protesting Conquistador Celebration on Stolen Pueblo Land

Poet Layli Long Soldier and the Invisible U.S. Apology

Defund DAPL Spreads Across Indian Country as Tribes Divest

Fears, Tears and Jeers at a BLM Listening Session: a Navajo Community Takes Fracking to Heart

Why It’s Time to Create a Cabinet-Level Dept. of Native Affairs

Santa Fe Water Protectors Stand With Standing Rock Against the Risky Business of Dakota Access Pipeline

Pipelines, Poverty and Privilege: the Finances of Judge James Boasberg

Meet the Geronimos: Apache Leader’s Descendants Talk About Living With the Legacy

Juvenile Life Without Parole, Captured in ‘Natural Life’

The VAWA Play: Changing the Law, One Show at a Time

40 Years is Enough: Bring Leonard Peltier Home

The Pain of the Earth: an Interview With Duane “Chili” Yazzie

Sovereign Imagination: The Art of Leonard Peltier

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