Blog
Judy Rebick | Defenders of the Land are working across the numerous divisions created by colonialist structures to build strategies and solidarity among all indigenous peoples.
Podcast
Ellie Gordon-Moershel | The talented Alida Kinnie Starr speaks candidly about her music, the future of feminism and the upcoming Women's World conference in Ottawa-Gatineau.
Activist Toolkit
| The Ojibwe language is the fourth most spoken Native language in North America
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Rick Harp | If you're an eligible Aboriginal elector, be it as a candidate or as a voter, you may be curious to know whether your vote could prove decisive in your local race.
RabbleTV
East Coast Aboriginal Youth ask politicians: "Will you change?"
rabbleTV | This video is by the East Coast Aboriginal Youth to get out the vote. But this video takes the unique step to challenging the politicians to change.
Blog
Brent Patterson | The Winnipeg Free Press reports, "Northern aboriginal leaders are angry that the federal government is continuing to let them live in third world conditions at reserves by sending them 999 slop pails.
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Murray Dobbin | Conservatives in their previous incarnation as the Reform Party claimed they would clean up corruption on Indian reserves. John Duncan in particular made this his cause celebre.
Blog
Rick Harp | If you're like me, you're probably wondering where the parties stand on the issues relevant to Aboriginal peoples this 2011 federal election.
Blog
Dan Wilson | Every election, there are important reminders of the ignorance and racism Indigenous people face each day in Canada.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Algonquin Daniel Bernard "Amikwabe" set up a camp to keep a Sacred Fire burning round the clock next to the entrance of the Beaver Pond forest in Kanata.
Book Review
Zainab Amadahy | Alliances brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous thinkers to reflect on relationship-building/alliance-making in struggle and how such work impacts both the personal and political.
Book Review
This is an Honour Song
Jorge Antonio Vallejos | Published in time for July 11, 2010 -- the 20th anniversary of Oka -- This is an Honour Song features poetry, academic and personal essays about the events of the standoff.