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ndnviewpoint Jul 11
Replying to @mahtowin1
Indigenous Nations are getting stronger, not weaker, no matter what settler colonialism has done and continues to do to us. lilililili
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Karonhiakwé:kon Jul 11
28 years ago, we showed Canada we are a force to be reckoned with. We still are and always will be. ✊🏽💜🔥
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ndnviewpoint Jul 11
Replying to @mahtowin1
Some of those warriors who went to Kanesatake and Kahnawake to Defend the Land, the People and the Great Law have now passed into the spirit world, so we burn tobacco today to remember them.
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Delores Schilling 11 Jul 17
Replying to @DelSchilling
This Documentary is IMO, the Best one I have seen. It Actually Centers Mohawks.
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Delores Schilling 26 Sep 15
Now ask yourself, Who do they see as a threat?
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Delores Schilling 11 Jul 17
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ndnviewpoint Jul 11
Replying to @mahtowin1
Those of us who took part in/supported during the were part of the continuum of resistance that began in 1492, resistance at so many places from Wounded Knee to Chiapas, Standing Rock to Secwepemc territory, countless & ceaseless struggles to defend our sovereignty.
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Connie Walker 19 Nov 15
In 1990, filmmaker @soniaboileau was 11-yrs-old & smack in the middle of the .
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Adrian Harewood 21 Feb 16
26 years after still stunning that a municipality could contemplate expanding a golf course onto a community's burial ground.
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Adrian Harewood 21 Feb 16
Imagine the outcry if City of Ottawa were to propose building a golf course on the grounds of the National Cemetery of Canada.
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ANBU Slack Ops Jul 11
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Kahsennahawi David 5 Nov 16
We remember the support we had during the . We honour 's fight
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Terrill Tailfeathers 20 May 16
Potential development prompts worries of another
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McGill Daily Culture Jul 13
- FROM THE ARCHIVE - Front page of the October 1, 1990 McGill Daily, about the . On September 26th, the remaining Mohawk warriors, women and children blocked by the Canadian army in the Treatment Center, had left, soon to be violently assaulted and arrested by the army.
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Delores Schilling 22 Jul 17
27 years ago, Mohawk Warriors were still Holding off the RCMP, SQ, Military - & Continue to...
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shelley angelie Aug 28
also 'kanehsatake: 270 years of resistance' about the is great for thinking through environmental struggles and neoliberal/corporate priorities and interests
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stimulator Jul 20
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Lisa J. Ellwood Jul 11
One of my unfinished stories is a Supernatural Speculative Fiction piece re - a request from my Akwesasne Mohawk Breh w as Beta. 🤓 Worked on it for the brilliant NYU online YA writing course I did w a while back.
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Lisa J. Ellwood Jul 11
Today = 28th Anniv of the start of the - the Siege of Kanehsatà:ke & Kahnawake - “A story of Kanien'kehá:ka & our struggle to protect our HOMELANDS and territory.” on FB. See: [] & []
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beverly🥑🍞金山girl Apr 10
"'s use of the phrase "" has tremendous historical significance, specifically against peoples." -reposted from sii-am hamilton
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