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White Paper 2.0 #The ResistanceCampaign Webinar – Idle No Morein Past Updates
#TheResistanceCampaign will be moderating this webinar featuring guests Sylvia McAdam Saysewahum (Treaty 6 lands), Chief Judy Wilson (Neskonlith Nation), and Russ Diabo (Kahnawake). We will be discussing the White Paper Agenda and the urgency of taking action against this legislation. The webinar will be streamed live on Sunday May 26 from 5pm – 6pm EST […]
May 1st Day of Action against Trudeau’s assimilation campaign – Idle No Morein Past Updates
In 1969 Our Peoples Mobilized to Protect Our Generation’s Treaty & Inherent Rights It is Now Our Generation’s Turn to Mobilize to Stop Canada’s Termination Plan! Today a National Strategy Meeting was held in Edmonton, Alberta by concerned elders, leaders and peoples from Treaty and Inherent Rights & Title Based Original Nations. Information was presented […]
Powerful New Report Released – Red Women Rising: Indigenous Women Survivors in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside – Idle No Morein Past Updates
“We need to keep families together. Colonization and missing and murdered Indigenous women has broken families. The children left behind by missing and murdered Indigenous women are mostly in foster care and then when they age out they end up on the street. The violence against missing and murdered Indigenous women continues with their children […]
Idle No More Co-Founder faces trial for protecting ancestral land – Idle No Morein Past Updates
On February 26, 2017, a Saskatchewan Parks officer issued a warning to Idle No More co-founder Sylvia McAdam (Saysewahum) and her brother Kurtis McAdam (Saysewahum). The warning advised them to vacate their ancestral homelands, land that their family has lived on since before European encroachment and land that was promised to their relations during […]
IDLE NO MORE IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE GITDUMT’EN AND UNIST’OT’EN: CALL TO ACTION! – Idle No Morein Past Updates
Since time immemorial, the Unist’ot’en house of the Wet’suwet’en have lived by Wedzin Kwah (Morice River). The Wet’suwet’en people have governed themselves for centuries, and under their governance, each house is responsible for its own lands. In order to protect their ability to continue living on the land and from the land, for the last […]
Idle No More Condemns the Norwegian Slaughter of Reindeer – Idle No Morein Past Updates
The Norwegian government recently decided to forcefully slaughter most of Jovsset Ánte Sara’s reindeer herd to a level that he cannot make a living from. The slaughter is scheduled for the end of 2018. In 2015, Jovsset Ánte sued the government for the decision to slaughter his reindeer that in reality pushes him away […]
Updates on Sustainable Solutions & More! – Idle No Morein Past Updates
Idle No More organizer & One House Many Nations builder, Alex Wilson, speaking at Just Transitions In this email update, we are sharing some exciting news from the Indigenous folks who are working for sustainable solutions for not only our communities but also to provide models other communities can pick up to apply at home. […]
Rights and Recognition Webinar – Idle No Morein Past Updates
The webinar will be live at 5PM Eastern Time at the link below: On Sunday, Oct. 14th, The Defenders of the Land, the Truth Campaign and the Idle No More networks will be hosting a live stream webinar. We will be providing an analysis of Canada’s proposed “Recognition and Implementation of Indigenous Rights […]
Federal Framework Legislation Teach In Tools – Idle No Morein Past Updates
In this blog post, we have included a two-page brochure and information sheet that you can print and distribute within your community’s. It has been prepared by grassroots volunteers to ensure that we have tools needed that break down the federal legalese, so you know exactly how our collective rights as the Original Peoples of […]
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