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| Professor Roland Chrisjohn (Oneida), the sole tenured professor at the Department of Native Studies at St. Thomas University, in Fredericton, NB, been on a fast of protest for over three weeks now.
Activist Toolkit
| Professor Roland Chrisjohn (Oneida), the sole tenured professor at the Department of Native Studies at St. Thomas University, in Fredericton, NB, been on a fast of protest for over three weeks now.
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KAIROS-led Blanket Exercise at the People's Social Forum
John Dillon | How can Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples work together to restore harmonious relationships with each other and the land, asked KAIROS at the Peoples' Social Forum.
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Mark Calzavara | In an open letter to the architect of Canada's new Museum for Human Rights, Chief Redsky points out the contradiction of it featuring water whose diversion has resulted in the denial of human rights.
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Jules Koostachin and James Buffin
Katy Quinn | Knowing who we are as Canadians means acknowledging and understanding the injustices and harms experienced by Indigenous people at the residential schools.
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BC/Yukon KAIROS representatives offer a cedar ring for reconciliation.
Jennifer Henry | I am attending the final National Event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Edmonton. I am about to witness unimaginable resilience, which I believe holds the key to a hopeful shared future.
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Ron Plain - Photo: abcleaders.org
Ethan Cox | Ron Plain is the only person in Canada facing legal charges for their role in Idle No More, and is struggling to fund his legal defence against the charges.
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Members of the Neskonlith Band camping at Tum Tum Lake  in the headwaters of the
Ramsey Hart | Last week I had the opportunity to visit Secwepemc territory in south-central B.C. I was invited the Neskonlith Band to speak with them about the Ruddock Creek project, a proposed lead and zinc mine.
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Image: Jenn Jackson July 2012, installed at The Crying Room, Vancouver
Nathan Crompton | This past December, the Conservatives forced through legislative changes to nearly every aspect of First Nations life in Canada.
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Nikki Skuce | Every time I read the comments section related to a story on First Nations activism, I am saddened by the depth and popularity of racism in Canada.
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Am Johal | Chief Theresa Spence's hunger strike has inspired a new generation of activists. This movement isn't going away. The Harper government's downfall will be remembered as one of its own making.
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Ben Powless | Seven youth took part in a historic march across the country to raise awareness of Aboriginal issues and challenge Canada to listen to Aboriginal voices.