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Billy-Ray Belcourt | The first-ever Indigenous Rhodes Scholar responds to the misreporting in media accounts of their achievement and offers some tips to the media.
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Redeye Collective | Roxanne Dunbatr-Ortiz is an Indigenous activist and scholar based in San Francisco. Her most recent book is An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States. She spoke in Vancouver on October 27.
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Redeye Collective | Robert Lovelace has called Gaza the world's largest Indian reservation. He says there are striking parallels between Israel and Canada as settler-colonial states on occupied Indigenous land.
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rabble staff | Idle No More continues. Join the movement.
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Redeye Collective | Tim Duncan blew the whistle on the B.C. government after he was told to delete emails related to a Freedom of Information request. The emails concerned missing Aboriginal women.
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Scott Neigh | Clayton Thomas-Muller talks about the Climate Welcome action happening in Ottawa from November 5 to 8.
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Carly Forbes | CILU, GroundWire Radio News | 10th annual vigil for MMIW, Indigenous people unite against Enbridge, Federal election forum on accessibility and disability.
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Karl Nerenberg | The race is still on to decide which party represents the best alternative to the Conservatives. Now is the time to look seriously at what the Liberals and New Democrats are all about.
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Russell Diabo | Indigenous voters are watching the federal party platforms on Indigenous issues closely. No matter who wins, more action will be needed to safeguard Indigenous rights after the election is over.
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various | A call for a Canada based on caring for the Earth and one another.
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Jacqueline Burgoyne | Jacqueline Burgoyne took a scenic drive to Sarnia, Ontario to attend the Chemical Valley Toxic Tour and stand in solidarity with Aamjiwnaang First Nation.
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Judy Rebick | The Leap Manifesto is the visionary platform we need to bring together all of our movements into a diverse, pluralistic, democratic project to save the planet and everyone on it.