Read Leanne's piece in the inaugural issue of Peterborough's new arts & cultural magazine Electric City.
Let’s use the intelligence of RSWM and MI to create a future that never has to ask how do I live free, because they’ve never known anything else.
Five years ago, my family and I were invited to attend the twenty-year commemoration of the “Oka Crisis” in Kanehsatà:ke.
Like many others on Tuesday night, I watched the live stream of Missouri Prosecutor Robert McCulloch delivering what was clearly a public relations campaign, justifying the grand jury’s decision not to indict white police officer Darren Wilson in the murder of 18 year old Michael Brown.
This is my rebellion. This is my outrage. This is the beginning of our radical thinking and action
For more information on the PKOLS reclamation, click http://PKOLS.org/
What Indigenous diplomatic traditions can teach us.
Self-representing the people’s movement.
This week delegates of the Assembly of First Nation’s conference on education are gathering in Gatineau to discuss the state of Indigenous education in Canada
The statement “we need more Indigenous women involved in nation-building” on the surface, seems like a good thing.
Click above for my thoughts on Attawapiskat in Briarpatch Magazine.