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  • Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 08:30 AM · $100.00 CAD · 6 rsvps
    University of Alberta, Education North in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

    Indigenous Scholars Conference - Mobilizing Indigenous Epistemologies: Re-Visioning Reconciliation

    An international Indigenous scholars conference hosted and organized by Indigenous Peoples EducationEducational Policy Studies, University of Alberta  The Indigenous Scholars Conference provides a unique opportunity to inspire Indigenous communities, and emerging scholars through the interaction with Indigenous scholars and traditional Indigenous knowledge holders. Mobilizing Indigenous Epistemologies will highlight Indigenous scholarship, paradigms, and research approaches in advanced education across Canada and Internationally. Confirmed Speakers:Kathy Absolon KingCash AhenakewVanessa de Oliveira AndreottiJo-Ann EpiskenewWillie ErmineEber HamptonMichael HartLorna WilliamsPeter HanohanoMore to come..
  • Friday, March 27, 2015 at 09:00 AM · 7 rsvps
    Arizona State Capitol in Phoenix, AZ

    Forum on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

    A forum on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples from the Perspective of the Original Nations of the Great Turtle Island Abya Yala [the Americas] as reflected in the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples adopted by the UN General Assembly on September 13, 2007 and in affirmation of the Responsibilities of the Nations of Indigenous Peoples as guardians of Mother Earth.
  • Friday, March 27, 2015 at 05:30 PM · 11 rsvps
    Mairie du 12ème in Paris, France

    Les peuples de L'Amazonie face à la Déforestation

    En décembre de cette année se tiendra en France la 21ème Conférence des parties de la convention cadre des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques (COP21). L'incapacité des dernières Conférences pour contraindre les principaux pays émetteurs de gaz à effet de serre est un mauvais présage pour celle de cette année 2015.L'Amazonie est la forêt tropical la plus importante de la planète. Les peuples millénaires qui y habitent ont su en prendre soin pendant de longues années et ont ainsi contribué au bien-être de l'humanité dans d'autres régions du monde. Toutefois la civilisation capitaliste depuis plus d'un siècle fait des ravages en Amazonie. D'abord pour la recherche du caoutchouc, puis des hydrocarbures; maintenant pour l’élevage, la culture extensive du soja et d'autres plantes, entre autres pour le biodiésel. Mais aussi, sur demandes de la société capitaliste, l'orpaillage, la culture extensive de la feuille de coca, le reboisement avec une seule espèce. Souvent les États, avec des politiques de privatisation et de concessions énergétiques, agro-industrielles et forestières, font fi des droits territoriaux des peuples autochtones, droits pourtant historiques, garantis par des conventions et déclarations internationales. Face à cette situation les peuples autochtones, souvent avec le soutien de peuples métis de l'Amazonie, préfèrent périr dans la défense de leurs droits que de voir leur lieu de vie et leurs conditions de vie se détériorer ou disparaitre complètement.Pour contribuer à la compréhension de ce qui se passe dans cette partie de l'Amérique du Sud, le Réseau latino-américain pour les Droits de la Terre-Mère et la Justice sociale, organise avec le soutien de la Mairie du 11ème arrondissement de Paris, une soirée "Les peuples de l'Amazonie face à la déforestation", le vendredi 27 mars. La question de la pertinence de la création d'un Tribunal international face à des faits caractérisés d'écocide ainsi que l'étude des cas du Brésil et du Pérou y seront abordés. Les conférences seront suivis d'un échange avec le public. Le public pourra aussi apprécier une exposition photo, des vidéos et voyager avec la musique du groupe Ayala.Conférenciers:- Alfredo Peña Vega, avocat : " Le Tribunal de la Terre et la déforestation en Amazonie "- Jean-Pierre Chaumeil, ethnologue : La déforestation en Amazonie Péruvienne"- Carlos Garcia Paret, économiste : " La déforestation en Amazonie Brésilienne "   Photographes lauréats du concours: Odair Leal, Karen Hoffman, Frantz Florez, Margerie David, Rachel Gepp
  • Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 11:00 AM · 503 rsvps
    Parliament of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

    Not Terrorists: IDLE NO MORE ONTARIO

    Not Terrorists: IDLE NO MORE ONTARIO We are not terrorists!   We are Land Defenders, Water Walkers, Traditional Dancers, Ceremonial Drummers, Sacred Fire Keepers, First Nations, Environmentalists, Muslims,, Humanists, Civil Liberties Custodians, Water Guardians, Bee Lovers…. Caring and protecting the world around us is not terrorism. We are not afraid to stand up, speak out and stop the Secret Police Bill! Reject Bill C51! This event is hosted jointly by Idle No More Ontario & Lead Now organizers, Lynda Kitchikeesic Juden, Tori Cress and Amy Kishek. #RejectFear #RejectBillC51 #LandDefendersNotTerrorists #HandDrummersNotTerrorists #IdleNoMore #IdleKnowMore #EnvironmentalistsNotTerrorists #WaterGuardiansNotTerrorists   Facebook Event Page Link:  Photo by Tannis Monkman Nielsen
  • Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 12:00 PM · 5 rsvps

    Walk for Mother Earth

    Walk in opposition to the proposed construction of the ROGG Bike Path. To educate the public in the significance of the destruction to the land, water, animals, plant life, indigenous burial grounds, battle grounds, and rights that will occur if this path is allowed to be built. Mother Earth needs our help! This event is being organized by Bobby C. Billie -- Spiritual Leader and Clan Leader, Council of the Original Miccosukee Simanolee Nation Aboriginal Peoples.  Love The Everglades Movement is honored to assist in the event planning.March 28 - Public Check-in and Setup CampsiteMarch 29 - Walk Day 1 - Opening CeremonyMarch 30 - Walk Day 2March 31 - Walk Day 3April 1 - Walk Day 4April 2 - Walk Day 5 - Closing CeremonyThis event is a 75 mile journey along the Tamiami Trail from Naples to Miami.We welcome everyone to participate.  The walk will cover 15 miles every day, with regular rest breaks every 5 miles, including meals and refreshments.Along the way, we will be learning about the impact that the River of Grass Greenway -- an asphalt bike path -- will have on important ecosystems, local businesses, indigenous communities, historical sites, and spirituality.This page will be updated very soon with more information, so please come back often to stay aware of the progress of our event planning, and how you can contribute.Go to the Facebook Event page if you want to participate in the discussions being posted to the page: On the first walking day of the 3/29 we will be shuttled to the location of CR 92 and Tamiami Trail. The Gator Bar & Grill is letting us use their parking lot to start the walk. Remember 3/28 is check for campers/walkers. At the fireside chat we will go over information about the event.  There will be informational flyers available in case you miss the 3/28 info session. So which ever day you arrive and participate you will be given updated. Love The Everglades Movement is hosting the registration page. For those that clicked going or maybe on the event page we have your name. On the registration form there are different catorgies in which to participate in addition to walking.
  • Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 02:00 PM

    Cross-Canada Day of Action: No 4 and 4! Immigration Not Deportation!

    The Harper Cons plan to uproot migrant workers that have lived, worked and formed relationships in Canada for over four years. So, on March 29th, join us at Citizenship and Immigration Canada headquarters to seed justice. We will be planting small seedlings that you will be able to take home. Bring your friends and family for this community action to seed justice. Refuse a revolving door immigration system and call for full immigration status for all. * Toronto: March 29, 2pm at Citizenship and Immigration Canada headquarters (55 St. Clair E. St. Clair and Yonge – St. Clair subway station) * Actions are also planned in Edmonton, Guelph, Hamilton, Niagara, Peterborough and Okanagan valley. Details at As of April 1, 2015, all migrant workers in Canada in low-waged jobs and on Temporary Foreign Worker or Live-In Caregiver permits will be barred from working in the country for more than four years. All those that have been in Canada more than that time will face mass deportation. They will also be banned from returning to work in Canada for four years. Those that choose to stay will become undocumented. These changes are effectively a mass deportation. These rules will tear apart families, friends and communities across the country. Migrant workers pay tens of thousands of dollars to come to Canada and work at minimum wage jobs to provide an opportunity for their family; so that their children can go to school; and to have a better life. The 4 & 4 rule strips away migrant workers’ dignity, forces workers already in precarity into further uncertainty, and imposes discriminatory and arbitrary barriers on how long workers can stay here. That these migrants have worked in Canada for four years proves that their jobs are permanent, not temporary. These friends and community members deserve permanent residence, not deportation. This 4 and 4 rule entrenches a revolving door immigration policy, employers can simply replace current with new workers. Please sign and share this petition: -- Campaign Against 4 Year Limit on Migrant Workers
  • Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 10:00 AM · 168 rsvps
    Ottawa to Kitigan Zibi in Ottawa, ON, Canada

    Walking 4 MMIW Children Theland Kicknosway is 11 years old, Pottawatami Cree from Walpole Island. He is a traditional drummer and hoop dancer and a valued youth leader in the Ottawa community. He is planning to walk from Ottawa, ON to Kitigan Zibi, QC to Bridget Tolley's house March 31st - April 5th, 2015 Since Theland was 10 years old he wanted to support missing and murdered Indigenous womens intiatives and has come out every year to honour them by singing and drumming at Families of Sisters in Spirit vigils and ceremonies twice each year on Oct4th and Feb 14th. Theland feels its important to bring attention to the children of missing and murdered Indigenous women need to be acknowledged and supported because he feels they are forgotten and under represented but they are the ones left behind. These children lost their mothers, aunties, sisters, cousins and are left to struggle with the loss and trauma that largely goes unacknowleged. Theland wants those children to know he is thinking about them and he will continue to "walk in a good way" to be there for them. It will take Theland 5-7 days to walk /run the 134 kilometers if he walks for 6 hours each day. Theland has the full support his family and community support. Please show your support in supporting youth leading the way to bring attention to this important intiative taken on by a young man. Funds raised will help to to cover the costs of : Good running shoes Gas money/ Rent a support vehicle Food to feed Theland, driver and suport people Medicines ( tobacco, sage) Leftover money will go towards FSIS annual Oct 4th Ceremonies 2015
  • Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 10:00 AM · 8 rsvps

    5th Run For The Earth

    Run For The Earth is a project to promotion of the protection of the environment and human rights.    
  • Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 01:00 PM · 80 rsvps
    Hôtel le Concorde Québec in Quebec, Quebec, Canada

    DÉLÉGATION AUTOCHTONE : Marche Action Climat à Québec le 11 avril - INDIGENOUS DELEGATION : Act on Climate march in Quebec city, April 11

    ENGLISH TO FOLLOW À la mi-avril est prévue une rencontre du Conseil de la Fédération regroupant les premiers ministres des provinces et territoires du Canada. Cette rencontre extraordinaire se déroulera à Québec et portera sur les changements climatiques. Préparons-nous à les accueillir ! Le samedi 11 avril, à Québec, les citoyens et citoyennes du Québec et du Canada lanceront un message clair à nos dirigeants : - OUI à la protection du climat - NON à TransCanada et au pétrole issu des sables bitumineux - POUR les énergies renouvelables Les premiers ministres des provinces doivent choisir. On ne peut lutter pour la protection du climat tout en développant le pétrole extrême. RENDEZ-VOUS À QUÉBEC LE 11 AVRIL, À 13 H POUR UNE GRANDE MARCHE, ANIMÉE ET FAMILIALE. UNE MARCHE QUE NOS PREMIERS MINISTRES NE POURRONT IGNORER ! DÉPART 13H DEVANT L'HÔTEL LE CONCORDE À LA TÊTE DE LA MARCHE POUR LA DÉLÉGATION AUTOCHTONE! Portez du rouge pour réaliser un thermomètre humain géant, symbole de l'urgence climatique, et apportez de quoi faire du bruit; nos premiers ministres doivent nous entendre ! Pour tout connaître de ce grand rassemblement citoyen : Besoin d'un transport : Besoin d'hébergement: PLUS D'INFO À VENIR!!! ========================== In mid-April is awaited a Federation Council meeting bringing together the premiers of the provinces and territories of Canada. This extraordinary meeting will take place in Quebec City and will focus on climate change. Let us prepare to welcome them! On 11 April in Quebec, the citizens of Quebec and Canada will send a clear message to our leaders: - YES to climate protection - NO to TransCanada and oil from tar sands - FOR renewable energy The premiers have to choose. We can not fight for climate protection while developing the extreme oil. GO TO QUEBEC CITY, APRIL 11 AT 1PM FOR A GREAT ANIMATED AND FAMILY FRIENDLY WALK. WALK OUR PRIME MINISTERS WILL NOT IGNORE! 1PM START AT THE CONCORDE HOTEL AT THE HEAD OF THE WALK FOR THE INDIGENOUS CONTIGENCY Wear red to make a giant human thermometer, symbol of the climate emergency, and bring enough to make noise; our prime ministers should hear us! For more info on this great gathering: Need a ride: Need accommodation: MORE INFO TO COME!
  • Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 08:00 AM · 118 rsvps
    Refinery Corridor in Pittsburg, CA

    Refinery Corridor Healing Walks

    A series of healing walks along the refinery corridor in the Northeast San Francisco Bay from April to July between 2014 & 2017. Saturday, April  18, 2015 -  Refinery Healing Walk from Pittsburg (proposed WesPac Terminal) to Martinez (Shell & Tesoro Refineries), approx 14 miles:Water Ceremony 8:00 am - Walk starts 9:00 am Sunday, May 17, 2015 - Refinery Healing Walk from Martinez (Shell & Tesoro Refineries) to Benicia (Valero Refinery), approx 7 miles:Water Ceremony 8:00 am - Walk starts 9:00 amSaturday, June 20, 2015 - Refinery Healing Walk from Benicia (Valero Refinery) to Rodeo (Conoco Phillips 66 Refinery), approx 14 miles: Water Ceremony 8:00 am - Walk starts 9:00 amSunday, July 19, 2015 - Refinery Healing Walk from Rodeo (Conoco Phillips 66 Refinery) to Richmond (Chevron Refinery), approx 14 miles: Water ceremony 8:00 am - Walk starts 9:00 am