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    Leaked draft of federal UNDRIP legislation fails to inspire on first look

    Is UNDRIP legislation just another way for settler governments to delay action and maintain the status quo, or can this legislation truly transform relationships for the better?

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    What is Land Back? A Settler FAQ

    Settlers have a lot of questions about Land Back: What does it mean? Who will the land be given back to? How will it be governed? Will settlers be forced to leave the continent? Brooks Arcand-Paul and Nickita Longman help clear up some of the frequently asked questions about the Land Back movement.

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    A new era for Old Crow

    In the Yukon’s northernmost community, the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation is reckoning with how to preserve their land and culture, amid a warming climate and an influx of tourists

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    Making love under Indian Acts

    How can we have reconciliation if we are terminating the people whom settlers have to reconcile with?

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    Dismantle the AFN – before it causes any more damage to Indigenous sovereignty

    No matter who’s elected national chief, the AFN is fundamentally flawed, and beyond being saved by reforms.

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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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    Gabor Maté: How Capitalism Makes Us Sick

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

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    Talking about residential schools today

    We must embrace instead of dismiss uncomfortable knowledge that calls into question the framework of virtuous educators and troubled Indigenous students.