Indigenous/settler relations

Starting from the belief that all Canadians bear a responsibility to work for justice in indigenous/settler relations, Briarpatch assesses the sorry state of this troubled relationship and the emerging prospects for change. From examining the genocidal legacy of Canada’s Indian Residential Schools policy to seeking an antidote to teen suicide in the Mohawk cultural resurgence in Tyendinaga, Briarpatch calls for indigenous and settler activists alike to make common cause in the struggle to decolonize this land.