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| February 4, 2016

Reconciling Canada: Hard truths, big opportunity

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Yesterday the Commissioners of the Truth and Reconciliation released their final report. Six years. Seven volumes. Thousands of pages. 

Tens of thousands of tears.

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Here's how you can help new Canadians understand their role in reconciliation

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This holiday season rabble.ca has partnered with Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto to launch a campaign urging Canadians to take up implementing the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as a New Year's resolution for 2016. Here's how. Let's start with Recommendation #93.

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Here's how you can help ensure recognition for Indigenous athletes

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Are you a coach, athlete or sports fan? Then this week's edition of reconciliation resolution is for you.

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Here's how you can help your church educate about its role in residential schools

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This holiday season rabble has partnered with Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto to launch a campaign urging Canadians to take up implementing the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation commission as a new year's resolution for 2016. Here's how.

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| December 2, 2015
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Red Rising: A new magazine by and for Indigenous youth

December 2, 2015
| Lenard Monkman talks about Red Rising, a new magazine being produced by Indigenous youth in Winnipeg.
Length: 28:19 minutes (25.93 MB)

Here's how you can help eliminate the overrepresentation of Indigenous youth in custody

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A message to the media: I am more than just violence

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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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