• A case for sovereignty

    A case for sovereignty1

    Posthumously by Alma Greene SIX NATIONS ‑ It has been said by revisionists with obvious vested interest, that Six Nations or any of it’s member tribes were never accepted as an independent sovereign nation by the Crown of Britain and that the Two Row Wampum was only symbolic but not a binding agreement between Nations.

  • It’s International Women’s Day 20140

    It’s International Women’s Day 2014, and Conservatives have rejected a call for an inquiry into murdered and missing Aboriginal women in Canada. And why should anyone care? Well, because these women could have been anyone’s daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, aunty or niece.