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    “To Take the Land Away From the Children”

    The Klabona Keepers are a small group of Tahltan families and Elders in northwestern B.C. who have been taking direct action to defend their traditional territories from mining and drilling projects since 2005.

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    The Meaning of Elections for Six Nations

    The conflict between the hereditary leadership and the elected band council on the largest reserve in Canada provides an education in colonialism.

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    Exploitation at First Nations University of Canada

    Sessional instructors at FNUniv, a federated college of the University of Regina, are paid less than other sessionals at the U of R.

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    Canada’s Indian Policy is a Process of Deception

    From changes in status recognition to land claims agreements, Canada’s Indian policy demonstrates the cunning of a colonial state.

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    “The more they oppress, the less safe they feel”

    Bridging Palestine solidarity work with Indigenous struggles in Canada.

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    Immigrant Health & Social Power: An interview with Harsha Walia

    What forces shape the health of immigrants and refugees in Canada?

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    Talking about Creation on Native Land

    What is the relationship between Christian faith and colonialism in Canada today?

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    Unmasking the Canadian Settler State

    Are Canada’s politics of Indigenous recognition simply a liberal reworking of ongoing colonialism?

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    I was racially profiled, roughed up, & detained by police for being Indigenous

    It’s time to speak out.

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    Indict the System: Indigenous & Black Resistance

    The correct emotional response to state violence targeting Indigenous and Black families is rage.

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    Gabor Maté: How Capitalism Makes Us Sick

    Two physicians discuss the political economy of human well-being.

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    A Call to the South from Baffin Island

    The Inuit community of Clyde River on Baffin Island is fighting to stop offshore seismic testing.

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    Indigenous Farmers Confront Canada’s Goldcorp

    The Maya-Mam people of northwestern Guatemala are struggling to protect the land and water.

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    Rejecting a gold mine and saving the land

    The Tsilhqot’in Nation’s successful efforts to stop a copper and gold mine at Fish Lake.

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    The battles in New Brunswick

    A grassroots Mi’kmaq resurgence is bypassing Indian Act leaders to protect the land and confront the colonial power that operates through the revolving door between government and industry.

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    Chevron’s Pacific Trail Pipeline is the one to stop this summer

    Stopping Chevron’s Pacific Trail Pipeline this summer could be a decisive event in the history of pipeline resistance.

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    Decolonizing the emergency

    Amid the crisis of violence against Indigenous women in Canada,13 Blackfoot women in southern Alberta participate in a unique project to decolonize women’s emergency shelters.

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    Clearing the plains

    Famine was a deliberate policy weapon used to coerce “unco-operative Indians” onto reserves and remove them from lands coveted by white settlers.

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    Courting collaboration

    Pinehouse residents Fred Pederson, John Smerek, and Dale Smith all feel like they have been wearing targets on their backs since their names appeared in a lawsuit filed in June.

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    A homegrown genocide

    The nutrition experiments conducted by the Canadian government on malnourished Native children are part of a long history of experiments in nation-breaking that continue to target children. Being open and honest about what was done to these children and their families is a first step in truth telling about our shared past.