Coming up this Saturday, Feb. 2nd - Chicago, IL Idle No More Opening Exhibit - 1:00: Round Dance Flash Mob 1:30: Potluck 2:00: Welcome & Community Discussion
Idle No More has become an international movement since December 2012, with supporters from all over the world standing in solidarity with Canada's First Nations people and the protection of the land, water, and treaty rights. -
Mining Hearing Gloria Rodriguez, Bad River.
“Two minutes to plead for my life is not enough. You are putting a price on our heads. If you’re not honoring treaties, then you should give back the land. Enough is enough, we will idle no more and stay united. “We do not want your money or your empty promises. You will all learn that you cannot eat money."
1.23.13 Mike Wiggins, Jr., tribal chairman of the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Ojibwe, testifies at the only scheduled public hearing on the mining bill.
"...When we talk about the destruction of these resources, it's why we sit here and get back to this whole notion of the fact that because we're directly downstream and set to endure the impacts of this project, we view it as an imminent
Lake Superior Chippewa Bad River Tribe member Esie Leoso-Corbine, “Genocide is alive and well in Wisconsin” and “If one shovel goes into that earth it will destroy my people” from #NoMine #standwithbadriver #idlenomore rally 1/26/13.
01.26.13 Madison, WI - She talks about the Mayan Calendar as well being it contaminated.
"We need clean water ... I see that work in Idle No More, Indigenous People