Fish for Native Alaskan villages

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Mike Fronshtein
7 years ago
I'm signing because it is the right thing to do.

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Steve Macejkovic
7 years ago
Something needs to change.

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Elaine Warren
7 years ago
I'm signing this because as a United States citizen, I am outraged that the Alaska Native population is ravaged by government policies that are destroying Native Alaska lives. Remote Alaska communities need to have an increased number of federal fishing licenses issued to them so that they can survive and thrive--physically, culturally and spiritually

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Anita Kanitz
7 years ago
Active people don't change the world profoundly; ideas do. Napoleon is less important in world history than Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
Michel Houellebecq

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Tim Meserve
8 years ago
BEcuz i likes the fish

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Tim Meserve
8 years ago
bcuz me likes fisghehjkjss,ja

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Lynette Coffey
8 years ago
The indigenous people of Alaska have a right to their natural heritage and their way of feeding and providing for themselves. These people must be protected and their rights and needs must be considered over corporate profit.

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Alan Kapp
8 years ago
the Alaskan Natives need opportunity while living in the Bush. They can't become hedge fund managers.

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Dave Allison
8 years ago
The rape of the fishery is the rape of the land and water. The rape of the land and water is the rape of the aboriginal people. It must stop. "Environmentalists" do not support the so called rationalizion which is thinly veiled theft of public resources by private companies. It is a social and societal injustice that few true environmentalists have advocated. Some who claim toi be environmentalists are nothing but right wing economics advocates and economists who have seduced regulatory bodies into making privitazation a preferred management for marine fisheries. Blame them, not the environmentalists who believe the commons belong to all of the people and not just those who are most adept at finding short term "solutions" that endanger long term sustainability of both fish and fisheries as well as the people who depend on them.

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John Paone
8 years ago
An issue of fairness and human dignity.