David Cedeño has been at the "Penetang prison" for 18 months. In segregation since Sept. 2012 after requesting treatment for a medical condition, David started a hunger strike on Jan. 9.
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As Chief Spence starts the second month of her hunger strike, prisoners at the Penetang Prison will fast in solidarity with her and the struggle highlighted by Idle No More.
A roundtable with 3 Six Nations (Haudenosaunee) youth discussing Indigenous resistance, native-settler relationships, the power of the grassroots Idle No More and more!
The Oshkimaadziig Unity camp, located at Council Rock near Midland, in Ontario is invoking Anishnabek nationhood in a direct way. Kalin Stacy of the GRMC speaks to Gibwinasi, a camp spokesperson.
on their way thorugh the region on a cross continental Anthropocalypse tour, BC slam poets Johnny MacRae & shayne avec i grec, stopped by CKMS for a quick interview before their kitchener performance.
After 15 months on bail, the absurd charges against indy journalist and activist Dan Kellar have been dropped. We present a piece from the Toronto Media Co-op and Dan's post-court statement.
An interview with Stop the Tar Sands KW representative Paisley Cozzarin on the proposed flow reversal of the Enbridge Line 9 pipeline in southern Ontario to precipitate shipping tar sands crude east.
An interview with Shailagh Keaney, whose chapter: Women Resist, Police Repress: Stories of Gendered Police Violence at the Toronto G20, gives real life stories of police brutality.
Torture survivor Mohammad Mahjoub spoke of his brutal treatment by Canada's spy agency, after nearly 12 years of state terror at the hands of successive Canadian governments.
In an effort to bring awareness, and build an understanding towards true peace and unity on Turtle Island, several Anishnabek men have established an open-invite encampment in Awenda Park.