How can we reimagine the dominant liberal framing of feminism? Embracing a multitude of feminisms can diversify our understandings of how oppression is experienced, as well as resisted.
Harsha Walia sits down with Glen Coulthard for a wide-ranging conversation about Indigenous nationhood which delves into his powerful premise: that there is no freedom in the settler-colonial state.
It's called the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. But with how Indigenous issues are presented there, it really doesn't live up to its name.
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.
In the face of relentless impunity, an articulation of Israel as a settler-colonial state with deep ties to other settler-colonial states like Canada can compel and embolden meaningful allyship.
The issue is the treatment of aboriginal populations, and of the mind-numbing kind that would produce the series of historic evils of which this is only the latest.
On January 24 a gathering will take place in Ottawa that will define a point in our shared history where, as a nation, Canada will either succeed or fail. Personally, I am not optimistic.
The pillars of Canadian Indian policy have all but stopped the natural development of Aboriginal nations. Through ongoing strategies of assimilation, Canada undermined Indigenous culture in every way.
Canada's secret shame happens in plain sight, with 600 Aboriginal women having gone missing or been murdered in 30 years. Today we honour them across the country.
Oct 31, 2009
WETMORE HALL, NEW COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
21 CLASSIC AVE. and SPADINA AVE.Toronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 43.956" N, 79° 24' 5.8968" W