Activist Toolkit
| A site dedicated to Indigenous news and newsmakers
Book Review
Matthew Brett | Author James Daschuk discusses Canada's history of disease, deliberate starvation, ethnic cleansing, tar sands expansion, neglect of treaties and a legacy of colonialism of First Nations.
News
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Sarah Hunt | Sarah Hunt's impassioned discussion about Loretta Saunders, violence against Indigenous women and the limitations of Canadian law urges us to be accountable to these women and demand real change.
Activist Toolkit
| Profiling the site "A Line in the Sand" which advocates on behalf of Indigenous cultural property
News
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Glen Coulthard | Glen Coulthard asks how might we move beyond a resurgent Indigenous politic that seeks to inhibit the destructive effects of capital to one that strives to create Indigenous alternatives to it?
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Darlene Necan, elected leader of a group of grassroots, off-reserve Ojibway people in northwestern Ontario, talks about her people's struggles and about the Biimadasahwin cabin-building project.
Book Review
Mara Munro | Fractured Homeland is Bonita Lawrence's stirring account of the Algonquins' 20-year struggle to reclaim their traditional territories.
Blog
Pamela Palmater | Today, the few history books that have been amended to include mention of Indigenous peoples speak of the tragic loss of Indigenous cultures over time. But they belie the truth about Canada.
Podcast
Mordecai Briemberg | Ever since the Triqui municipality of San Jaun Copala, Mexico declared itself autonomous, its citizens have faced extreme violence at the hands of a government funded paramilitary organization.