first nations rights

Jan 24, 2011
Thanks to Elders of Turtle Island: Shirley Horton-Kampa and Agnes Grover, of the Rainy River First Nations. Photo: Robert Animikii Horton

Miigwech to our Elders

Robert Animikii Horton
Anishinaabe/Suomea poet Robert Animikii Horton felt inspired by his Elders to write a tribute to what they have meant to him in his life. This he shared with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Oct 8, 2010

Why activism matters to me as a First Nation person

Robert Animikii Horton
In 1928 a government official predicted Canada would end its 'Indian problem' within two generations, and so many federal and provincial acts and actions have tried to follow through with this plan.
Sep 30, 2010
An Anishinaabe dream: Writer and activist Robert Animikii Horton. Photo: Joseph 'J.R.' Shebagegit

An Anishinaabe dream for the future

Robert Animikii Horton
I have a dream that one day in our traditional territories coming generations will scarcely recall the time when sacred agreements of partnership and brotherhood faltered.


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