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| February 8, 2016
You may think this face was evidence of civil disobedience to come...
| February 4, 2016
College Street Protest - Riot Police
| February 1, 2016
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| January 14, 2016
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Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz: Settler colonialism and genocide in the U.S.

November 23, 2015
| Roxanne Dunbatr-Ortiz is an Indigenous activist and scholar based in San Francisco. Her most recent book is An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States. She spoke in Vancouver on October 27.
Length: 54:59 minutes (50.34 MB)
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Canadian Indigenous activist makes common cause with Palestinians

November 22, 2015
| Robert Lovelace has called Gaza the world's largest Indian reservation. He says there are striking parallels between Israel and Canada as settler-colonial states on occupied Indigenous land.
Length: 14:38 minutes (13.4 MB)
Beirut tourism poster by Julien Lacaze, 1925
| November 16, 2015

'Indigenous Nationhood' speaks a truth that Canada needs to hear

Indigenous Nationhood: Empowering Grassroots Citizens

by Pamela Palmater
(Fernwood Publishing,
2015;
$19.95)

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Indigenous Nationhood: Empowering Grassroots Citizens is an interesting read because it is a collection of the best blog posts written by Indigenous activist, lawyer and academic Dr. Pamela Palmater from her acclaimed blog Indigenous Nationhood.

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| November 9, 2015

Finding hope in the poetics and politics of water

undercurrent

by Rita Wong
(Nightwood Editions,
2015;
$18.95)

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"let our societies be revived as watersheds" writes Rita Wong in the poem "Declaration of Intent" in undercurrent, her third book-length work of poetry. "not tar but tears," the poem continues, "e inserts a listening, witnessing, quickening eye."

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