Indigenous Rights

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Occupy Talks: Indigenous perspectives on the Occupy Movement

Jan 24, 2012
Beit Zatoun
612 Markham Street
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 53.2584" N, 79° 24' 44.6868" W
Ontario CA
Join prominent Indigenous speakers as they discuss and explore the dynamics of the Occupy movement and such questions as 'what does it mean to Occupy already occupied lands?'
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Algonquins preparing to launch biggest land claim in Canada's history

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A group of Algonquins in West Quebec is preparing to launch what could be the largest land claim in Canada’s history — for a swath of territory covering 650,000 square kilometres across eastern Ontario and West Quebec.

Stretching from Sault Ste. Marie and Cochrane in northern Ontario through much of eastern Ontario, including Ottawa, the territory cuts across West Quebec to Montreal, and all the way to the confluence of the Saint-Maurice and St. Lawrence rivers at Trois-Rivieres. About two-thirds of the land is in Quebec.

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Women's world congress on indigenous communities

Nov 28, 2011
Room 108, St. John’s College, Fort Garry Campus. University of Manitobia Winnipeg , MB
Canada
49° 53' 59.1144" N, 97° 8' 14.9784" W
Manitoba CA
The one-day workshop will consist of presentations and sharing circles to discuss issues pertaining to women's agenda
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Criminalization of Indigenous Peoples and Harper's New Crime Bill

Nov 24, 2011
University of Toronto Schools
371 Bloor Street
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 58.9572" N, 79° 24' 10.4976" W
Ontario CA
In partnership with Indigenous Sovereignty Week this event features speakers building attention and awareness and disseminating ideas around indigenism and building a cross-Canada movement.
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KI First Nation leaders speak

Nov 23, 2011
Ryerson Student Centre
55 Gould St. Room: SCC 115
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 28.7604" N, 79° 22' 42.5604" W
Ontario CA
Featuring: KI Chief Donny Morris, KI Spokesperson John Cutfeet, Judy Rebick.
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Indigenous Sovereignty Week Toronto 2011

Nov 14, 2011 to Nov 27, 2011
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 11.6136" N, 79° 22' 59.4624" W
Ontario CA
Indigenous Sovereignty Week gathers people together to build local relationships around the dissemination of ideas of Indigenism and to contribute to building a cross-Canada movement.
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Sisters in Spirit Vigil 2011

Oct 4, 2011 to Oct 5, 2011
Across Canada, Times vary, National
Canada
CA
Each year on Oct. 4, communities across Canada come together to honour the lives of missng and murdered Aboriginal women and girls.
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Say no to the tar sands rally and sit-in

Sep 26, 2011
Centennial Flame, Parliament Hill Ottawa , ON
Canada
45° 24' 41.6592" N, 75° 41' 53.4984" W
Ontario CA
Join a historic action to oppose the tar sands. In a large peaceful protest, many will be risking arrest to tell the Harper government that we don’t support his reckless agenda.
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Welcome to Haida High

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It's a sunny June 1 morning in Yan, an ancient Haida village on the northeast coast of the island of Haida Gwaii, British Columbia. Once home to two different Haida clans, all that's left of the village is a re-created Haida building, a few decaying totem poles, and the skulls of the people that died there lying just beyond the tree line. Abandoned by the Haida in the late 19th century, today the seaside site is crawling with teenagers.

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Walk4Justice Flash-mob Demo

Sep 8, 2011
Ryerson University
Church St and Gould St.
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 29.5452" N, 79° 22' 40.1664" W
Ontario CA
Walk4Justice, Church St & Gould (Ryerson) Thurs, Sept. 8, 330 PM-4:30PM Flashmob demo
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NY Times article: "Hispanics Identifying Themselves as Indians"

Came across this article, and found it interesting. 

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/07/04/nyregion/more-hispanics-in-us-calling-...

" “Hispanic is not a race, ” said Mr. Quiroz, whose ancestors were the Quechua people, of the Central Andes. “Hispanic is not a culture. Hispanic is an invention by some people who wanted to erase the identity of indigenous communities in America.”

“We don’t believe we have to accept this identity just because we speak Spanish,” Mr. Quiroz added."

 

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