Native Canadian women sold on U.S. ships, researcher says - #IdleNoMore #MissingAndMurdered #trafficking #VAWA - An American researcher says First Nations women from Thunder Bay, Ont., have been sold on ships in the harbour at Duluth, Minn.
On September 21st, we will draw the line to protect our communities from climate change and show President Obama that there is no turning back -- to keep his climate promises, he has to stop Keystone XL and the tar sands.
Honour Indigenous Resistance "This is Harriet Nahanee, grandmother of the Pacheedaht First Nation, and residential school survivor. In 2007, she was jailed for weeks for protesting the Sea to sky highway development. She fell sick in prison and died soon after. Harriet Nahanee is one of millions of indigenous land defenders who have fought to their death against ongoing Canadian colonialism."
#NotYourTonto - Jacqueline Keeler was interviewed by John Kane - First Nations Indigenous Radio. Jacqueline talked about the Oscar nomination of The Lone Ranger for #Redface and our new hashtag #NotYourTonto that we will try to trend on Saturday night and during the Oscars.
Published on Aug 21, 2014 WE SHALL REMAIN was created to address the effects of historical trauma in our tribal communities. Many times, these untended wounds are at the core of much of the self-inflicted pain experienced in Native America. Much like fire, this pain can either be devastatingly destructive or wisely harnessed to become fuel that helps us to rise up and move forward in life with joy, purpose and dignity.