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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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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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Kahsennahawi David Aug 8
He will be missed. They don’t make them like him anymore
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Brittany 20 Nov 15
Thanks for a great documentary on the !! Looking forward to sharing & discussing this w/my students
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YouthREX Oct 25
Many of the Indigenous youth and her team spoke with were worried their data would not lead to action. They and their communities had seen this happen after the :
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Tiio Horn 26 Sep 17
27 years... almost to the hour. #1990
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Joslyn J. Jamieson Jul 11
From to . This isn't a sprint, it's a genocide resiliency marathon. "The government has pushed harder to take more land. It's an ongoing battle...It's not going to change until the government & everybody recognizes that we DO have the rights to our lands."
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Bob Joseph Oct 5
"Could expropriate portion of reserves for public works" by Christopher “Day One” Carlson &protest See more from these amazing Indigenous artists Nov 8-10, Calgary Otahpiaaki
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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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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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Cjulian Jun 12
Hahaha, we’ll see . . . hey, JustinTrudeau this is what social license looks like to you? aren’t going anywhere, anytime soon, - just sayin. process was a sham. Remember ? How about the UN declaration on Indigenous Rights?
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....SJAP.... 16 Jul 16
For history absent from Canadian curricula that should be mandatory, follow :
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Daniel Rowe Nov 3
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McGill Daily Culture Jul 13
- FROM THE ARCHIVE - Culture article of the October 4, 1990 McGill Daily issue, about the , cultural appropriation, racism/colonialism in the arts.
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Holly White Oct 23
Did some research for school about & recalled this leader in the & discovered sovereignvoices1 | Ellen Gabriel Blog Pages ⁦fm .⁩, on the front lines, as ever.
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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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Cjulian Jun 4
Replying to @DianeMariePosts
Whoever owns pipeline will require social license to proceed. Only the clueless would try ‘spending their way out of this corner’!
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Tiio Horn Sep 26
28 years ago today after this picture was taken around dusk we all walked out of the treatment centre and the stand-off was over. I will never forget this and I bring it up every year so that Canada doesn’t forget either. #1990
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InvisibleNoMoreBook 28 Sep 17
In , notes the (summer of 1990) as her first awareness of police violence against women of color.
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