Rachel Snow explains conversations around organizing in the face of the alt-right need to include Indigenous perspectives.
This is a clip from our recent live political panel, Off the Hill: Hot summer in the West. During this panel, our special guests dissected Canadian politics in a time of turbulent leadership. Considering the departure of the (disgraced) premier in Alberta and the federal conservative leadership race becoming increasingly vitriolic, our expert panelists offered analysis into what we could expect to see unfold in Alberta and Ottawa’s political scenes.
Rachel Snow is Iyahe Nakoda, the daughter of late Reverend Dr. Chief John Snow. She holds a juris doctor from the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan and is an outspoken educator, speaker, writer and co-contact person for the Indigenous Activist Networks. Rachel resides on her ancestral lands in Mini Thni which is west of Calgary, Alberta. Rachel is also columnist for rabble.
Watch the full version of this event here.