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Jan 2, 2014

Elsipogtog: The conversation we need to have

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Despite the plethora of informative articles about the ongoing struggle at Elispogtog First Nation, and the RCMP raid there on October 17, most mainstream media have missed important elements.
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Dec 4, 2013
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Indigenous languages crucial to cultural flourishing

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Indigenous people have apparently been experiencing the slowest apocalypse in human history. Because over 500 years after Contact, millions of First Peoples continue to exist all over the Americas.
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Nov 25, 2013
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Indigenous nationhood is a verb

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The smallest actions of resurgence and resistance threaten colonial domination and undo the suppression of Indigenous nationhood. Let's celebrate them!
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Oct 23, 2013

Everything you need to know about Elsipogtog

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Chelsea Vowel provides some excellent resources on the RCMP's raid on a peaceful blockade by members of the Elsipogtog Mi'kmaq First Nation (ignoring the many colonialist voices in the media).
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Sep 24, 2013
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Colonialism denial finds safe haven in Canadian media

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Just one day after tens of thousands people took to the streets of Vancouver in support of reconciliation, the Nanaimo Daily News once again published a racist rant against Aboriginal peoples.
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Aug 23, 2013

Aboriginal peoples need to flip the narrative

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2013 has seen some very telling public opinions depicting indigenous peoples in a less than flattering light. If First Nations peoples are to make any progress, we need to flip the national narrative.

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