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Podcast
Jan 21, 2015

Lynn Gehl: Centring Indigenous knowledge

Talking Radical Radio
Lynn Gehl talks about her journey of struggle as an Algonquin Anishnabe woman, and the importance of centring Indigenous knowledge.
Podcast
Mar 11, 2014

Film: How A People Live

Redeye
The Nakwaxda'xw and Gwa'sala people were forcibly removed from their homelands in 1964. Now a new film by Lisa Jackson tells the story of their dislocation and of their fight to return.
Podcast
Jan 6, 2013

Idle No More at Peace Arch border crossing

Redeye
On Saturday, hundreds of people from both sides of the Canada – U.S. border gathered at the Peace Arch to show solidarity with the Idle No More movement. Kat Norris is one of the organizers.
News
Oct 17, 2011

Indian Act: Police state, 1876 and 2011

Robert Animikii Horton
Prefaced as "An Act Respecting Indians," this legislation serves as a rigid, repressive set of controls over the social, economic, political, and cultural lives of countless First Nations.
News
Dec 21, 2010

Because 153 years of sex discrimination is enough

Shelagh Day
Despite a new act to promote gender equity, Canadian laws will still treat the descendants of many Aboriginal women as not deserving of their heritage legally. This appalling discrimination must end.
Podcast
Jun 16, 2010
Redeye

Amendment to Indian Act still unfair to women

Redeye
First Nations women will still suffer discrimination under the government's Gender Equity in Indian Regristration Act, according to lawyer Sharon McIvor.

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