Attawapiskat youth are frustrated that nobody is speaking directly to them, so they have spoken out with song.
Grassy Narrows continues to demand government action after a recent Toronto Star investigation revealed a former mill worker's confession to having dumped at least 50 barrels of mercury.
Sherene Razack exposes the colonial violence that inquests and inquiries ignore and creates a text that is essential to understanding colonialism's tactical variations and ongoing resistance.
Instead of making declarations of war, France needs to remember the Lafontaine fable about the ox and the frog, and re-examine its blind new alignment with American imperialism.
Talking Radical Radio
Candyce Paul talks about the work of the Committee for Future Generations to oppose the uranium industry in northern Saskatchewan.
Christine Smith (McFarlane)
At 86, Joseph (Augie) Merasty decided his story needed to be told: a firsthand account of the impact residential schools had on Indigenous children and how this experience shaped his life.
Harper is decrying the "poor status" of Muslim women abroad while disregarding calls for women's rights at home. These political tactics have a long history of justifying colonization and imperialism.
Nov 1, 2014
Geneva Hall at Knox Presbyterian Church
120 Lisgar StOttawa , ON
Canada45° 25' 9.3144" N, 75° 41' 28.8096" W
Taking the advantage of James Daschuk coming to Ottawa to receive Sir John A. Macdonald Prize from Governor General for his book, we are honoured to host a book launch with him.
John Graves Simcoe, whose "day" we're celebrating in Toronto, was the first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada. You could say he saw a lot but didn't notice much.
On March 30, 500 people left with a deeper understanding of climate justice, with a more rounded view of the issues we face within our own communities and with a toolbox bursting with new skills.