|Blog Brent Patterson | Does the Trudeau government want a seat on the Security Council enough to follow a resolution from the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination?|
|Columnists Matthew Behrens | Expressions of creativity and the thousands of mutual aid groups that have sprung up in communities during this crisis remind us of what it means to be human. All represent what we can and should be.|
|RabbleTV rabble staff | Our webinar provided a powerful and insightful discussion on the Wet'suwet'en struggle, reconciliation, and how these movements merge with economic concerns and the soon-to-come 2020 federal budget.|
|Columnists Matthew Behrens | Modest-sized groups acting in solidarity have illustrated how fragile the Canadian state actually is, a lesson that, once learned, cannot be unlearned.|
Human rights concerns mount as Gitxsan hereditary chiefs and Mohawk land defenders arrested by Canadian policeBrent Patterson | Concerns about police violence, nation-to-nation relationships and the right to free, prior and informed consent increase following arrests.
|News Karl Nerenberg | Jason Kenney is leading a militant and official backlash against Indigenous resistance, introducing a law imposing harsh sanctions on protesters who interfere with "critical economic infrastructure."|
|Blog David Suzuki | With actions spreading across the country, complaints about inconvenience and disruption are rife. But colonial society has been inconveniencing and disrupting Indigenous lives for hundreds of years.|
|Blog Kim Elliott | Karl and guests provided a powerful and insightful discussion on the Wet'suwet'en struggle, reconciliation, and how these movements merge with economic concerns and the soon-to-come federal budget.|
|News Karl Nerenberg | For some federal politicians, the crisis engendered by the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs' refusal to allow a natural gas pipeline through their territory is also an opportunity.|
Wet'suwet'en land defenders face risks experienced by environmental human rights defenders around the worldBrent Patterson | Wet'suwet'en land defenders are facing many of the same risks and patterns experienced by environmental human rights defenders in Latin America and around the world.
|Blog Brent Patterson | The Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras says "no to the plunder" of Wet'suwet'en territories.|
|Blog Tyler McCreary | This post remembers the contributions of the recently passed Witsuwit'en hereditary chief, Alfred Joseph, who made huge contributions to the struggle for Indigenous rights in Canada.|