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Three Weeks of Hunger: An Urgent Appeal to Freedom

On This Day
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

Three Weeks of Hunger: A Modest, Urgent Appeal to Freedom

On This Day
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.
Blog
Mar 27, 2014
BC/Yukon KAIROS representatives offer a cedar ring for reconciliation.

Truth and reconciliation and our hopeful shared future

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.
Blog
Jan 10, 2013

Respect costs nothing

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.
Podcast
Jul 21, 2011
Stephen Harper being named honourary chief of the Blood Tribe

Canada, still colonial

Progressive Voices
We speak with Dr. Hayden King on Stephen Harper being named honourary chief of the Blood Tribe, Canada's residential school system, the annexation of Six Nations land in Caledonia, and more.

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