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Latin American Researchers of Ontario (LARO)

Latin American Researchers of Ontario (LARO), Foro Nuestra America, the organizers ofLatino/as in Solidarity with Idle no More, and the undersigned organizations support Idle No More for the following reasons: Because Idle No More represents a compelling call to build a more equitable and sustainable society where the most vulnerable... Read more
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Social Forum People of Colour Caucus

We are thankful for being on the unceded Algonquin territory that this launch is taking place on, and for the inspiration that Idle No More and Indigenous communities provide us. We honour all the Original peoples of Turtle Land and we honour the diverse lands of the Original peoples of...
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Climate Justice Alignment

We, members of Climate Justice Alignment, stand in solidarity with Idle No More! We stand in solidarity with Indigenous Sovereignty and the rights of Indigenous communities to govern and defend their traditional lands, waters and natural resources for the health and wellbeing of present and future generations. As allied activists... Read more
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National Farmers Union

Saskatoon: “The NFU is proud to declare its solidarity with Idle No More, which is bringing people together from across Canada to stop the Harper government from riding roughshod over our collective rights,” says Glenn Tait, NFU National Board member. “We want a better Canada.” The NFU is calling for... Read more
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Buffy Sainte-Marie

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Nazareth, Palestine

"We have on this earth what makes life worth living." In solidarity with First Nations Peoples of Turtle Island #IdleNoMore  
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United Nations of Aboriginal Australia

"The United Nations of Aboriginal Australia proudly supports Idle No More and the right to treaty and sovereignty of all indigenous peoples."
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Immigrants in Support of Idle No More

As racialized migrants, immigrants, and refugees, we express our support for the Idle No More movement, a movement of Indigenous surgence/resurgence across these lands. We are allies of Indigenous peoples' asserting their rights and sovereignty and protecting the lands and waters. The history and current reality of Canada is a... Read more
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Campesino Committee of the Highlands (Guatemala)

"We feel very deeply about what is happening in Canada to our brother native people. We condemn the pillaging of which they continue to be victims. We urge you to continue your acts of just resistance to defend Nature, our Mother Earth and Humanity, despite the ambition of governments and...
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Battered Women’s Support Services supports ‘Idle No More’

by Brandy Kane, Manager of BWSS Aboriginal Women’s Program Colonization and colonial relationship has a tremendous impact on Indigenous people, which perpetuate the injustice through legislation and policies aimed at ‘civilizing’ Indigenous people. Our rights, our lands and our spirits have been attacked by the colonization. This colonial structure has... Read more
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Idle No More Edmonton Coverage

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Three Days of Solidarity with the Hupacasath for Canada and Freedom!

For Immediate Release Calgary, Alberta – June 5th, 6th & 7th, 2013, at Olympic Plaza, 228 – 8 Avenue SE, Idle No More and Concerned Canadians in solidarity with the Hupacasath will be holding Rallies and Round Dances. In September of 2012, Prime Minister Harper and China’s President Wu signed... Read more
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