An interview with Haisla/Heiltsuk author Eden Robinson about her relationship to land, the importance of independent journalism in covering Indigenous movements, and why she donates monthly to Briarpatch.
European political traditions would have us believe that being sovereign means asserting exclusive control over a territory, whereas Prairie NDN political traditions teach us that it is through our relationship with others that we are sovereign.
How WE Charity helps cleanse white Canada of white guilt
Durocher, a 24-year-old Métis fiddler, has walked from Air Ronge to begin a hunger strike on the lawn of the Saskatchewan Legislature, demanding resources for suicide prevention.
In our special 60-page Land Back issue, we address how to return land in so-called Canada to Indigenous Peoples, and encourage the flourishing of Indigenous laws, life, and governance on those territories. Inside, you'll find a timeline of 100 years of land struggle; essays on overlapping Indigenous jurisdiction, sex work, and land as a social relationship; a round-table discussion with Indigenous women hunters; an investigation into the Canadian government's efforts to circumvent the Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs' consent; and visionary fiction about decolonizing Wood Buffalo National Park.