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Teuila Fuatai | Today marks National Aboriginal Day in Canada. Teuila Fuatai speaks to Métis Nation member and union activist Michael Desautels about his work in Indigenous communities and the labour movement.
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Pam Palmater | Last week, former prime minister Paul Martin told the media that Canadians weren't racist, it's just that Indigenous people are invisible to many of them. That's a bit rich, argues Pam Palmater.
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Christopher Majka | Pam Palmater's eloquent advocacy for rights of Indigenous people combines fierce intelligence and knowledge of native law and tradition with the warmth and generosity of Idle No More. Hear her voice.
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Karl Nerenberg | The new prime minister has no choice but to focus on an economy facing big headwinds. But he made many promises to Indigenous people, and they must remain high on his agenda.
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Victoria Fenner | A panel discussion at the Halifax Central Library on January 22, 2015 explores how the legal system in Canada affects and often undermines the standing of Indigenous people.
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Redeye Collective | Glen Coulthard's book is for the generation of First Nations activists who want to change things entirely. Coulthard tackles current Indigenous-settler relations in Canada, drawing on Marx and Fanon.
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Charlene Sayo, Andrew Sayo, Eirene Cloma | The outspoken Musqueam warrior and Vancouver city councillor candidate discusses women's leadership, homelessness, and "swinging the pendulum" against the legacies of colonialism.
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Meghan Murphy | Remember how European men came to what is now known as North America and raped, enslaved, brutalized Indegenous people? Happy Columbus Day!
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Pamela Palmater | The UN's Rapporteur on the rights of Indigenous Peoples, James Anaya, notes the contradiction between the abysmal living conditions of Canada's First Nations and the rich value of their land.
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Âpihtawikosisân | Indigenous people have apparently been experiencing the slowest apocalypse in human history. Because over 500 years after Contact, millions of First Peoples continue to exist all over the Americas.
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rabble staff | In this interview, Barney Williams Jr. talks about his own personal experience in a residential school, and the healing process.