Savage. Squaw. Indian. Would we all agree that these are immensely derogatory names that should not be, in this day and age, still used to geographically locate places?
An interview with Gord Hill, who runs the No2010.com website. He is from the Kwakwaka'wakw First Nation on northern Vancouver Island and works with the Olympics Resistance Network.
World water day address from a resident of Fort Chipweyan, auto workers strive for balance, music from across Canada, and AIG reflections from Keith.
Mar 26, 2009
University of Manitoba Aboriginal House
45 Curry PlaceWinnipeg , MB
Canada49° 48' 29.9088" N, 97° 8' 11.1624" W
Cultural appropriation and cultural subversion film screening
Mar 12, 2009 to Mar 15, 2009
1455 de Maisonneuve Ouest 7th floor Hall BuildingH3G 1M8 Montreal , QC
Canada45° 29' 48.0192" N, 73° 34' 43.3704" W
Study in Action is an undergraduate conference designed to link students and community activism.
Healing the Earth
Dana Poulton is an archaeologist who surveyed a proposed industrial center in Guelph, and found that humans used the land as long as 11,000 years ago.
Feb 19, 2009 to Feb 22, 2009
Various Locations Toronto , ON
Canada43° 40' 12.8388" N, 79° 23' 12.318" W
Join with grassroots community organizers from across North America as we dismantle the sweatshop city and build a community that is safe for all!
In his speech, Harper expressed his sincere regrets for the thousands of former students who died as a result of the assimilation policy. Wait, did I say sincere?
The indigenous Algonquin community of Barriere Lake has been fighting with the provincial government of Quebec and the federal government of Canada for nearly 20 years over their land.
Jan 10, 2009
The Cat's Eye
150 Charles Street West (just east of Museum Station)Toronto , ON
Canada43° 40' 3.2628" N, 79° 23' 31.1532" W
Documentary films from across the Americas in memory of our brothers Matias Catrileo and Alex Lemun, murdered by the repressive forces of the Chilean government.