By Brenda Norrell
SAN FRANCISCO -- There's no better city in the world to celebrate beauty, unwind, and sit in a coffee shop near the bay and read all the nasty, vile, name-calling incoming e-mails. Wow, I think I've finally made it. My incoming gmail box is full of contempt with comments from Border Patrol agents and other gatekeepers. There's lots of big words, too, no doubt from professors or people who write e-mails using random dictionary words.
But there's a lot of good comments coming in too. Thanks to all of you who read the articles and send messages of support.
Please scroll down and celebrate the Shellmound walkers, walking and praying for peace at the shell mounds created by their ancestors in what is now called California.
A special thanks once again to those who traveled long distances, including Mohawks, Oneida, Lakota and fighters for justice from Texas and the West Coast, during the Indigenous Peoples' Border Summit of the Americas. Your efforts will be recorded in history.
Finally, thanks to the media who publish these articles, including the U.N. OBSERVER & International Report at the Hague, Narco News covering the Americas, the ever-popular CounterPunch, uncensored Indymedia and the faithful supporter of uncensored news in Indian country, Pechanga Net.
And thanks to all the others who post and forward the links. You know who you are.