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Lynn Gehl

Algonquin Anishinaabe-kwe. She is an author, artist, advocate, and stone collector. You can learn more about her work at

Lynn Gehl, Ph.D. is an Algonquin Anishinaabe-kwe from the Ottawa River Valley. She has a section 15 Charter challenge regarding the continued sex discrimination in The Indian Act, and is an outspoken critic of the land claims process. She is foremost interested in Indigenous Knowledge. Her book "The Truth that Wampum Tells: My Debwewin of the Algonquin Land Claims Process" offers an insider-Indigenous analysis of the Algonquin land claims process in Ontario. She has is new book titled "Claiming Anishinaabe: Decolonizing the Human Spirit" with the University of Regina Press scheduled to be published in the fall of 2017. You can reach her through, and see more of her work, at
Colonialism Lives On In Canada's Indigenous Land Claims

Colonialism Lives On In Canada's Indigenous Land Claims Process

The land claims industry remains a perpetuation of Canada's colonial policy that seeks to clear title to the land. The language in the policy has shifted over time from blanket extinguishment, to land and resource extinguishment, to defining rights completely.
05/02/2017 01:49 EDT