Robert Animikii Horton

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Feb 7, 2014

To our Anishinaabemowin teachers: We are listening

Robert Animikii Horton
Teacher deserve all the praise they can get! But Robert Animikii Horton can't help but feel that one particular kind of educator goes underappreciated: Our Anishinaabemowin teachers.
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Nov 18, 2011
Lori Mainville: friend, mentor and advisor to Robert Animikii Horton. Photo: Robert Animikii Horton

Cherish her: A message to my First Nation brothers

Robert Animikii Horton
Think of the well-being of the relationship we are building between our People and generations to come. This begins with our respect and value for women, aligned with our traditional teachings.
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Oct 17, 2011

The Indian Act must go

Robert Animikii Horton
This legislation serves as a rigid, repressive set of controls over First Nations.
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Oct 17, 2011

Indian Act: Police state, 1876 and 2011

Robert Animikii Horton
Prefaced as "An Act Respecting Indians," this legislation serves as a rigid, repressive set of controls over the social, economic, political, and cultural lives of countless First Nations.
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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.
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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.
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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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Sep 30, 2010

I Dream: 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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