Dr. Lynn Gehl, Ph.D. My Black Face blogs draw on my experiences as a non-status Algonquin Anishinaabe-kwe as well as my education: a doctorate in Indigenous Studies, a master of arts in Canadian and Native Studies, an undergraduate degree in Anthropology, and a college diploma in Chemical Technology. I address issues such as the continued sex-discrimination in the Indian Act, the limitations of the land claims and self-government process, and issues of Indigenous nationalism such as Indigenous citizenship. I ask Canadians, settlers, and allies to be principled in their process where I ask for genuine solidarity that encompasses equity practices. My approach is always Indigenist in that it places Indigenous knowledge at the core. http://www.lynngehl.com/black-face-blogging.html
A place for coverage of ongoing Idle No More protests. On Dec. 21st, hundreds of actions are being held as part of the growing movement for Indigenous sovereignty and rights. Create a free account (click on the link to the right), then come back to http://mediacoop.ca/idlenomore and click the button to join the goup, and start posting. Check back often for updates!
Divided No More is blog site inspired by the #IdleNoMore movement. It is a space shared by a variety of guest writers who share their ideas, solutions and recommendations for a better future for all of us. http://dividednomore.ca/