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Video still: Elizabeth Littlejohn
Elizabeth Littlejohn | Paying tribute to the long-time activist, who passed away from cancer.
News
The Secwepemc Nation and their supporters are building tiny houses to assert their land rights in the face of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline
Erin Despard | The Secwepemc Nation and their supporters are building tiny houses to assert their land rights in the face of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline
Blog
Photo: Krystalline Kraus
Krystalline Kraus | I believe that Indigenous community members should be able to light a Sacred Fire on Crown land for ceremonial purposes without having to get a permit or pay a fee.
News
Image: Flickr/Province of British Columbia
Abeer Yusuf | Sunday morning drew a crowd of 50,000 people to Walk for Reconciliation, an event organized in partnership by Reconciliation Canada and the City of Vancouver.
Podcast
Wayne Wapeemukwa and LLI films. Used with permission.
David Peck | Wayne and Face2Face host David Peck talk about "glib patriotism", community as the way to healing, how talent and bravery are connected, love and the importance of "powerful fiction".
Blog
The shoreline of Georgian Bay near Killarney, ON, where the author's family is from.
Debra Huron | How I learned that Métis identity is a historical and cultural category that can't be defined by a DNA test alone.
Podcast
Image: modified for use in this post was taken by Susie Shapiro and is used with permission.
Scott Neigh | Five participants give a behind-the-scenes look at the Reoccupation ceremony that challenged and unsettled Canada's 150th anniversary celebrations on Parliament Hill.
Blog
Meg Borthwick | Arthur Manuel's book is required reading for Resistance 150.
Podcast
Image: Modified from book cover -- Between the Lines Press
Victoria Fenner | As Canada Day approaches, the babble book lounge invites you to dialogue about a book which takes a hard look at the relationship between settlers and Indigenous people throughout Canadian history.
Podcast
Clayton Thomas-Müller - photo by Victoria Fenner
Victoria Fenner | A keynote address by Indigenous activist Clayton Thomas-Müller from the 5th annual Tommy Douglas Institute, exploring connections between Indigenous rights, climate change and social movements.
Columnists
June Chua | Rise is a fantastic new series that covers a resurgent Indigenous cultural urgency, filmed by Toronto's Christopher Yapp and executive directed by award-winning filmmaker Michelle Latimer.
Podcast
Victoria Fenner | We have more interviews from the World Social Forum! Indigenous struggles and resistance, the American election, and our newest podcast on the RPN.