An in-depth program on Idle No More by Al-Jazeera, featuring interviews with Clayton Thomas-Muller and Pam Palmater.
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Indigenous and human rights organizations stand in solidarity with Chief Theresa Spence in her appeal for full respect for Aboriginal and Treaty rights by the government of Canada.
On January 2, 2013, hundreds of First Nations and non-Indigenous people converged on Vancouver's Waterfront Station for the latest Idle No More rally.
One in four children within First Nations families live in poverty in Canada, much higher than the one in ten children in non-Aboriginal families who live in poverty.
Idle No More is compelling partly because it is so complex. It implicates everyone living in Canada. If we have ancestors who lived here, it implicates them too.
Concerns over multiple leaders and tactics are misplaced. Daniel Wilson argues that the resiliency of diversity is a strength, not a shortcoming in the fight for Indigenous rights.
Council of Canadians in solidarity with Chief Theresa Spence
This film documents one of the many events worldwide in support of the Idle No More movement. This event was held in Seattle Washington De. 29, 2012.
As Theresa Spence continues her hunger strike, her request that the Prime Minister meet with Chiefs to discuss treaties has many Canadians wondering what relevance treaties could possibly hold today.
The Idle No More movement continues to spread across Canada and around the world. (Photo: Arnell Tailfeathers)