The Year's Best Indigenousrights on Twitter

3rd Annual Shorty Awards nominations for the Indigenousrights category have ended.
You can still submit a tweet to show your support of anyone, but it won't count toward the rankings.

Questions about voting? (You can still submit a vote for fun, but the actual contest is over)

140
I nominate for a Shorty Award in
Vote with a tweet. Votes must have a reason after "because..." or they won't count!

Indigenousrights Shorty Award Winner

As determined by the Real-Time Academy.

Indigenousrights Shorty Award Leaders

1st

JohnPaul Montano

JohnPaul Montano

Nishnaabe language acquirer naïvely believing that multilingualism, JavaScript and respect for indigenous sovereignty lead to less crabbiness and more peace.
View nominations for JohnPaul Montano

2nd

UBCIC

UBCIC

Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs was founded in 1969 to fight Canada's White Paper and to defend Indigenous Title & Rights
View nominations for UBCIC

3rd

Abiyomi Kofi

Abiyomi Kofi

Editor-in-Chief of the Aboriginal Press News Service (APNS)
View nominations for Abiyomi Kofi

4th

Raymond

Raymond

Ojibwa Educator; photographer; Rainman Studios,
View nominations for Raymond

5th

RayBeckerman

RayBeckerman

Law, social justice, nature, human & animal rights, the arts, ecology. Progressive. I try to be a voice for the voiceless. http://is.gd/cNFKN
View nominations for RayBeckerman

6th

Blatant World

Blatant World

Facts & Figures, Civil Rights, Politics, War, Science, Nature, Health, Population, Military, War On Terror, Geography, Documentaries, Speeches, Video Clips #p2
View nominations for Blatant World