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Indigenous Anarchist Federation 🏴🚩 Nov 11
Replying to @FaiMujer
amazonian warriors captured, tied-up, stripped loggers and removed them from their lands. Then they torched their logging trucks. This is the proper manner in which to deal with colonizers.
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Indigenous 11h
Did Colonists Give Infected Blankets to Native Americans as Biological Warfare?
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CanadianEncyclopedia Nov 7
Tomorrow we will be sharing stories of Indigenous veterans for . Thousands of peoples served in the Canadian military forces in the First and Second World Wars, mostly voluntarily. Before Nov 8th, take time to learn more:
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Snohomish Tribe of Indians 9h
If you are looking for a great movie to watch this weekend, check out "Angry Inuk"- written and directed by an Inuit activist. It is a testimony to the beauty of Inuit culture and to the struggle of Inuit traditions in Canada today. We stand with .
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TahltanLibrarian Nov 13
Sadly there are even less people working in in Canada
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Terri Hansen | Indigenous Nov 15
I was fascinated by this article until I reached this: WHAT??? UC Berkeley’s Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology has more than 5,000 sets of human remains from the Bay Area. (For viewing.) Give them back.
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David P. Ball Nov 15
John Borrows spent his life immersed in law. Now he’s helping the next generation of lawyers change course My profile of a trailblazing law prof with whom I had the honour to spend time & observe teach
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Indigenous 8h
Night Grizzly Sunset Swim Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia, Canada
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Treaty 2 Territory Nov 15
The Relations Director of Manitoba Sustainable Development provided updates on Night Hunting Legislation, Moose Management and fisheries with the 2 Land, Water & Resource council on Tuesday November 13, 2018.
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🇮🇱IPOB📣PEOPLE'S👪FAMILY🇺🇸 18h
📣IPOB ONE FAMILY✡️There shall be a special broadcast by the Supreme Leader of the of Date/Time: November 17 2018 at 6 pm -land time. Theme: The unmasking of Jibril, Buhari’s impostor at
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JackieOttmann 3h
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Century College 17h
Celebrated & founder of , Sherman visits Tuesday, 11/27, 1-3 pm for a lecture, book signing & a catered tasting menu from his James Beard award-winning cookbook, The Sioux Chef’s Kitchen.
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AssocProf KymRae Nov 14
Thrilled to be a grant recipient for the work of to improve disease in
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Aboriginal Students 12h
MT : Introducing our new Perspectives Education Guide. It is an excellent resource for anyone who wants to learn about diverse narratives in Canada and the complex relations between Indigenous peoples & settlers.
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JackieOttmann 10h
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JackieOttmann 11h
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Will Fong 5h
To many non-indigenous this may not seem important, but language is part of culture, and retention of cultural identity is key to good physical and mental health, education attainment, and reduces the vulnerability of youth to suicide and exploitation
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Rainforest Alliance Nov 15
Time and time again experts say that securing land rights for forest communities leads to stronger, healthier , yet a majority of these communities still lack the legal rights to their ancestral lands.
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Seven Directions 10h
We have a new webinar in the works! You can find the webinar and other resources focused on approaches to transforming health systems here>>>>
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Boreal Conservation 15h
Across Canada, about 30 Nations & communities have launched Indigenous Guardians programs to help manage traditional territories by serving as stewards on the land, studying wildlife, testing water quality, and monitoring industrial projects.
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