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Election of Napoleon Chagnon to National Academy of Sciences Part of US Rightward Shift

March 5, 2013

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by Nikolai Brown

As noted by Survival International, Napoleon Chagnon’s view that the Yanomami are ‘sly, aggressive and intimidating’ and that they ‘live in a state of chronic warfare’ has been widely discredited.

As noted by Survival International, Napoleon Chagnon’s view that the Yanomami are ‘sly, aggressive and intimidating’ and that they ‘live in a state of chronic warfare’ has been widely discredited.

Onkwehón:we Rising is sharing this article from the comrades at Anti-Imperialism.com. If you haven’t already, be sure to check them out.

The election last September to the National Academy of Sciences of Napoleon Chagnon, a controversial ‘sociobiologist’ in the field of anthropology, along with the recent release of his memoir Noble Savages: My Life Among Two Dangerous Tribes – the Yanomamö and the Anthropologists, has reopened controversy around his famous work with the Yanomami Indians in the rain-forests of Venezuela beginning in the 1960s.

American Indian Culture: Traditionalism and Spiritualism in a Revolutionary Struggle

Feb 27, 2013

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Traditionalist Kanien’kehá:ka Warriors during the Oka Crisis

Traditionalist Kanien’kehá:ka Warriors during the Oka Crisis

This essay, written in 1974 by Jimmie Durham, is one of the most influential documents on Onkwehón:we Rising’s perspective. In this piece Durham, critically addresses the colonial attitudes of White “leftists” which have historically caused much friction between our liberation movement and the wider left.

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