For the third year in a row Defenders of the Land (DoL) has issued a call
to First Nations / Indigenous communities and supporters across Canada to
host a week of events celebrating Indigenous Sovereignty.
The purpose of Indigenous Sovereignty Week is to gather with the intention of building local relationships among groups and individuals around the dissemination of ideas of Indigenism as well as to contribute to building a cross-Canada movement for Indigenous rights, self-determination and justice that is led by Indigenous communities but with a broad base of informed support.
This event is part of Indigenous Sovereignty Week and will feature Christa Big Canoe, Legal Advocacy Director, Aboriginal Legal Services, Jules Koostachin, Elisabeth Fry Society and Maurganne Mooney, Maggie's Aboriginal Sex Work Education Outreach Project Opening and Closing by Wanda Whitebird.
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