When we talk about reconciliation, we’re talking about Landback

Indigenous activist Clayton Thomas-Müller joined our recent rabble politics panel, “Off the Hill: Games of the Throne” to speak about the Landback movement, this year’s discovery of unmarked graves from residential schools, and what the Vatican must do for the Indigenous peoples of Canada if they are serious about reconciliation.

  Clayton Thomas-Müller is a member of the Treaty #6-based Mathias Colomb Cree Nation, also known as Pukatawagan, located in Northern Manitoba. He is an Indigenous activist, campaigner, and public speaker who serves on the board of multiple environmental organizations including the Bioneers; Black Mesa Water Coalition and the Wildfire Project. He is also the author of Life in the City of Dirty Water.  

Off The Hill is rabble.ca‘s live monthly panel which delves into current issues of national political significance through a progressive lens. Discussions are centered on impacts of politics and policy on people, and on mobilizing to bring about progressive change. The panel is hosted by alternating hosts, Libby Davies and Robin Browne. Sign up to our free newsletter at https://rabble.ca/alerts to receive notification of future panels.