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Andrea Landry
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Andrea Landry Jun 22
It's time we teach children that being indigenous is about more than dreamcatchers and moccasins. It's about liberation and nationhood.
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Andrea Landry Jun 22
Replying to @LawladyINM
Yes. It's a difficult process...but those visits are worth it. Thinking of you.❤
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Andrea Landry Jun 22
Replying to @LawladyINM
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Andrea Landry Jun 22
A revolution can only happen once our people no longer defend & maintain colonial systems & when we no longer strive for colonial approval.
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Andrea Landry Jun 22
Equality for indigenous peoples in "Canada" to the colonizer is our people identifying themselves and living their lives as Canadians
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Andrea Landry Jun 22
To me, National Aboriginal day is the day for Aboriginal-Canadians. Not for nehiyaw, anishinaabe peoples.
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Tasha Spillett Jun 18
many of the men that i call brothers, grew into the fathers that we never had. i'm grateful to be witness to these recreation stories. ❤️
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Andrea Landry Jun 14
Colonial minds will always attempt to shame & discredit the indigenous mind But truthfully, the indigenous mind is colonially untouchable
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Andrea Landry Jun 14
The fragility of the colonizer appears the moment an Indigenous person says no Break colonial minds and spaces with indigenous disobedience
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Andrea Landry Jun 13
"This settler colonial reconciliation branded by the government is artificially sweetened by handshake photo-ops"
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Andrea Landry Jun 7
Our children need to learn about our own liberation, rather than the colonizer's version of reconciliation.
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Andrea Landry Jun 6
We are living in the time of pseudo reconciliation for continued colonization. Don't be blinded by it.
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Andrea Landry May 28
To love our children is to love every generation before them, and every generation after.
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Andrea Landry May 28
Replying to @cblack__
Miigwech! I am a huge fan of your work💜
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Carol Black May 28
"There was a moment in my life where I knew I no longer wanted to fight for equality & justice in colonial systems."
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Andrea Landry May 28
Universities want to decolonize? How about instead of having mandatory indg classes-professors stop acting superior to indigenous students.
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Andrea Landry May 25
Success should be based on our relationship with the land rather than our relationship with the colonizer.
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Andrea Landry May 25
A young Indigenous woman has the power to destroy the colonial system of patriarchy by resisting victimhood and loving herself and the land.
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Andrea Landry May 24
Teach our sons & daughters how to fall in love with the land first Because the land will tell them all they need to know about healthy love
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Andrea Landry May 24
A revolution can only happen once our people no longer defend & maintain colonial systems & when we no longer strive for colonial approval.
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