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Podcast
Jun 13, 2016

New data reveals depth of poverty on reserve

Redeye
A new study using data from the National Household Survey shows 60% of Indigenous children on reserve live below the poverty line. We speak with Mary Teegee of the BC Aboriginal Child Care Society.
Podcast
Mar 24, 2016

Unist'ot'en camp not blockade or protest

Redeye
In 2010, members of the Unist'ot'en First Nation set up a camp near Houston, B.C. in the path of two proposed pipelines. Six years later, the camp has evolved into a healing centre for youth.
Podcast
Mar 21, 2016

Why Honduran activist Berta Cáceres was assassinated

Redeye
Berta Cáceres was a leading organizer for Indigenous land rights and the environment in Honduras, a country where that's a very dangerous thing to be. Beverley Bell explains why she was targeted.
Podcast
Mar 15, 2016

First Nation, second class

Green Majority Radio
Privilege and power versus the struggles of, and racism against, Indigenous peoples the world over, and the future of EV vehicles in Canada.
Blog
Feb 4, 2016
You may think this face was evidence of civil disobedience to come...

A love letter at the closing of our grocery store

Erica Violet Lee
My love letter to all the wild-tongued dreamers in kisiskâciwan; those who built the Good Food Junction, those who are fighting for food wherever others are growing rich off our hunger.
News
Dec 16, 2015
Photo: Twitter @liberal_party

Reconciling Canada: Hard truths, big opportunity

Ry Moran
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada tabled their final report yesterday in Ottawa. What are the implications for the country and where do we go from here?

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