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  • A trauma informed approach

    A trauma informed approach0

    It’s strange how things come in clusters. According to local legend: situations always seem to present themselves in threes so we, the people, will learn lessons from the places we can be found. This week we see it in the form of the ongoing discussions about how much detail should be disclosed about traumatic incidents

  • Zero tolerance for racism

    Zero tolerance for racism0

    The Trump Administration’s implementation of a “zero tolerance” immigration policy has resulted in the state forcibly removing children from their parents – some of whom are fleeing oppression from their homelands at the tail of Turtle Island and seeking assylum in on the back of the turtle’s shell – in the United States. Pictures, audio

  • Pot shops and smoke shops what’s the diff?

    Pot shops and smoke shops what’s the diff?0

    I was too busy drawing photo realistic Ninja Turtles at J.C. Hill to really remember anything from that era, but in light of the recent pot shop busts it makes me wonder how the Six Nations Police handled “illegal” smoke shops way back in the 90s when they first started opening up here on Six

  • HDI Director publishes confusing theories

    HDI Director publishes confusing theories0

    This week, HDI Director Hazel Hill published her HDI report to the Confederacy Council on the Haudenosaunee Confederacy’s website. What one would expect to be a boring detailed list of the things accomplished in the last month is actually a 16 page conspiracy laden and confusing rant that leaves the reader wondering if Hill has

  • Extremism at Six Nations

    Extremism at Six Nations0

    Editorial by Jonathan Garlow Its almost charming but mostly insulting when someone finds out you are from Six Nations and they just have to say, “Oh! I get my cigarettes there do you know (insert generic rez-name here)?” These people ask as if I have the entire band list memorized and categorized within my giant

  • Canadians cannot judge Six Nations

    Canadians cannot judge Six Nations0

    It looks like HCCC and SNEC have released a joint statement. Although we are forced to participate with the Indian Act if we want to live on our own land, not everyone feels represented by the Elected Council. On the other hand, even less may have proper representation at present days Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council. They say