Updates & Actions
From the Idle No More Hawai'i campaign to Protect Mauna Kea to the actions of Tiny House Warriors in defence of Secwepemc lands and waters - a peaceful Indigenous revolution is rising around the planet.
Follow the latest on #IdleNoMore
Since 2012 over 400,000 people and hundreds of local Indigenous-led groups self-organized around the world under the hashtag #IdleNoMore. Join the conversation.
Resources and Education
Idle No More organizers have been successful in changing the social and political context in kanada (and beyond) through our focus on public education and non-violent direct action. Settler colonial institutions such as schools and mass media uphold colonialism and work to normalize the inequities and injustices Indigenous people continue to face. In this section, you will find tools to dismantle these inequities through the work and resources created by Indigenous land protectors, academics, and community members.