Idle No More: An anti-colonial perspective on wisdom, peace and justice


Lots of meat in this post by Lavender Blume. I especially like her thoroughness and the final item: a speech by native activist Winona LaDuke.

Judging by the time the talking heads on the CBC #PnP spent in misunderstanding this issue, it’s not going away.

Idle No More: An anti-colonial perspective on wisdom, peace and justice.

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Author: mytiturk

Travelbug Minstrel: Strum for my supper, croon for my cuppa Search for a sign, write for my whine

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