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Idle No More - One House Many Nations: Next Steps The One House Many Nations campaign raises awareness about...
Dismantling The Doctrine Of Discovery Idle No More stands in solidarity with our relations of the Continental Commission Abya Yala...
** Updated to include the name of the third person arrested yesterday ** Idle No More supports the actions of...
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Idle No More Stands in Solidarity with the People of Honduras Honduran Indigenous, environmental rights campaigner and co-founder of the National Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH), Berta Cáceres was assassinated in her La Esperanza home. Telesur correspondent, Gilda Silvestruci confirmed that the Honduran leader was killed at... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Indigenous Peoples & Climate Change With Arthur Manuel & Naomi Klein February 17 & 18, 2016 Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Idle No More - One House Many Nations: Next Steps The One House Many Nations campaign raises awareness about housing conditions and pressures governments to live up to their Treaty, moral, and legal responsibilities, in addition to providing homes. We are starting a pilot project with the goal of... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Dismantling The Doctrine Of Discovery Idle No More stands in solidarity with our relations of the Continental Commission Abya Yala being organized in San Cristobal de Las Casas, Mexico from February 9-10, 2016. We will continue to support the continental movement to exercise our Indigenous Self Determination and Nationhood. We... Read more1 reaction Share
** Updated to include the name of the third person arrested yesterday ** Idle No More supports the actions of Vanessa Gray, Sarah Scanlon and Stone Stewart , who were arrested on December 21st for shutting off a valve in efforts to stop Enbridge’s #Line9 across Anishinaabe territory. Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Three Anishinabe from Wiiikwemkoong Unceded Territory on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Francesca Pheasant 12, Autumn Peltier 11 (child delegates) and Bernadette Shawanda (chaperone, Great Lakes Cultural Camps) have been selected to represent Canada at the Children's Climate Conference in Sodertalje, Sweden November 25th - 28th, 2015. The children have been a... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Idle No More Québec, Femme Autochtones du Québec, le Réseau de la stratégie urbaine autochtone à Montréal, le centre Native Montréal et Amnistie internationale Canada francophone en appellent au leadership politique des premiers ministres Trudeau et Couillard dans une lettre ouverte, afin de mettre un terme final à la violence que... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Idle No More's intention in the release of this document is to make the information available to those who understand that voting is simply one tool in our toolbox, and a method of harm reduction to stand against the policies of a colonial government that directly affect our lives. Idle... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
MEDIA ADVISORY "The story of Neeve Nutarariaq is heartwrenching. We cannot stand idly by - we have to take action on the issue of housing." - Anna Lee-Popham, Idle No More organizer Housing is a basic human right, one that should be readily available in a wealthy country such as... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
Since time immemorial, the Unist’ot’en house of the Wet’suwet’en have lived by Wedzin Kwah (Morice River), fishing, hunting, trapping, and practicing ceremony. The Wet’suwet’en people have also governed themselves by their own system of governance for centuries, and under their governance, each house is responsible for its own lands. The... Read moreAdd your reaction Share
(Traducción en Español debajo) Idle No More stands with our relations of the International Tribunal of Justice Abya Yala being organized in Guatemala from September 15-17, 2015. We will continue to support the continental movement to implement Indigenous Self Determination and Nationhood. We will work together across borders to construct a long-term continental... Read more1 reaction Share
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 10, 2015 Grassroots Water Defenders Pledge to Continue Fight to Protect the Water for Future Generations. Iskatewizaagegan, Shoal Lake 39 First Nation—This past weekend, the Anishinaabe Water Walk against the Energy East Pipeline concluded its week-long, 125 km trek from Eagle Lake Lake to Shoal Lake... Read more2 reactions Share