Idle No More; Indigenous Rights

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Mar 13, 2014

Photos: Emergency Toronto #MMIW vigil and rail blockade

rabble staff
Yesterday in Toronto a rail blockade was held in solidarity with Tyendinaga and Shawn Brant and their demands for a full, meaningful public inquiry into Canada's Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.
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Feb 24, 2014
Photo: flickr/fox_kiyo

On Thomas Berger and the Peel River Watershed

Heather Menzies
The Yukon government's 'regional land-use plan' for the Peel River Watershed proposes to leave 29 per cent protected from development, versus the 80 per cent originally recommended. What gives?
News
Feb 7, 2014

To our Anishinaabemowin teachers: We are listening

Robert Animikii Horton
Teacher deserve all the praise they can get! But Robert Animikii Horton can't help but feel that one particular kind of educator goes underappreciated: Our Anishinaabemowin teachers.
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Jan 29, 2014

Protest-ending injunction won't stop Lubicon efforts

Greg Macdougall
The Lubicon Lake Nation have shifted from road bloackades to court appeals in their fight against PennWest fracking operations for their land rights, after the Lubicon were served an injunction.
News
Dec 20, 2013
Photo: flickr/jonathonreed

12 steps to a post-colonial future

Joyce Green
Michael Burton
We propose that Canadians adopt a 12-step program for a post-colonial future, marked by the reinvigoration of Indigenous sovereignties, with elements of the settler state's structure and processes.
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Nov 4, 2013
photo: flickr/rabble.ca

Women's words: Five great quotes from Women's Forum 2013

Lori Theresa Waller
This year's Women's Forum brought together another wonderfully diverse group of women who shared on diverse topics such as revival of Indigenous women's leadership roles and barriers to employment.

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