WAHTA – 120 days have passed since the Wahta Community Fire set up a ongoing protest camp in front of the Administration Building in the Wahta Mohawk Territory in order to prevent access by members of the Elected Council. The protest was initiated after the Elected Council publicly indicated that they would not abide byREAD MORE
An agreement between the Mohawk Workers and Guswenta Holdings Incorporated (a Canadian Holdings Company) has the Kanienke:haka and the Haudenosaunee community-at-large conflicted with the recent signing of that agreement.
The two row wampum can be used as a mechanism that will break down the logic, the positions and identities of our “subject” in the paramount question, “who is who?”, and “where they are coming from?” Once we know who is who, and where each stand, the law of each and the conflicts that exist may become clear.
Before the who, lets define the where, lets “discover” the foundations of the two possibilities, this and that, here and there, our rule of law and their rule of law.READ MORE
OHSWEKEN – Six Nations Walk Against Violence Participants walked through the Six Nations community from all four directions, ending at Veteran’s Park, Ohsweken for free burgers and hot dogs, speeches and valuable information directed primarily towards youth. According to Sandra Montour, Executive Director of Ganohkwasra, Family Assault Support Services, it has been decided to make thisREAD MORE
Theresa “Toad” Jamieson faces the latest instalment of her continuing trial on Wednesday, August 28th at 10am, at the Cayuga courthouse. The charges against Jamieson stem from an incident on February 18, 2012, after Gary McHale and his supporters walked onto the reclaimed land of Kanonhstaton with a group of OPP officers. Toad has been defendingREAD MORE