Native Americans

Still Don't Know What #IdleNoMore Is About? Here's a Cheat-Sheet

Gyasi Ross | Posted 03.18.2013 | Canada Politics
Gyasi Ross

The #IdleNoMore Movement is not a new movement. Instead, it is the latest incarnation of the sustained Indigenous resistance to the rape, pillage and exploitation of this continent and its women that has existed since 1492. For those transfixed on race, you're missing the point. Please consider this a fairly exhaustive explanation of the #IdleNoMore movement, what it is not and what it is.

Leonard Peltier's Sole Crime Was His Heritage

Peter Worthington | Posted 09.11.2012 | Canada
Peter Worthington

Leonard Peltier, now 68, has been in prison for 35 years. Since 1977, petitions and pleas on his behalf have been ignored; appeals by the Arhbshiop of Canterbury, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Nelson Mandela, 55 U.S. Congressmen, and Canadian Parliamentarians, and members of the European Parliament Union. But the FBI is adamant that he killed two of their agents.

Sci-Fi Writer Knows More About Aboriginals Than Most Canadians

Chelsea Vowel | Posted 03.21.2012 | Canada
Chelsea Vowel

For aboriginals, being mentioned at all in a mainstream work of fiction is rare enough. Sci-fi writer Robert J. Sawyer actual knows something about our traditions. How many of you were taught that all aboriginal people were nomadic?