Try to imagine if the peace treaties which were signed at the end of the Second World War as a settlement between warring nations, were one day considered obsolete merely because they’re old. It’s unimaginable that any government would turn its back on a signed covenant on those terms. But that seems to be preciselyREAD MORE
I’ve been struggling over this term “ally” for a long time now. Many “light skinned” people have approached me, wondering how to improve relations with me, and my Nation, and other Onkwehon:we nations.READ MORE
Who has the authority on reservations to protest land development? According to a recent decision by the Supreme Court of Canada, only the band council does.READ MORE
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On this week’s episode of Talking Radical Radio, publisher Jonathan Garlow talks about a new newspaper and website inspired by a new moment of indigenous resurgence in Canada and around the globe.
TINY TOWNSHIP: A reclamation of Awenda Provincial Park is now entering its 19th month. Organizers have formed a grassroots connection with neighboring Springwater Provincial Park which has also been occupied by members of Beausoleil First Nation.
“We began as a result of the illegal surrenders of our Inherent Rights and Traditional Territories along with the policies and laws enforced upon our people where the Chippewa Tri Council and Canada are in breach of the 1764 Niagara Covenant Chain Belt” explains Kai Kai Kons, a spokesperson for the camp.READ MORE
In ancient Greece and Rome, the concept of hospitality was considered to be a guest’s divine right and the host’s divine duty. Other cultures also followed such hospitality relationships though they referred to these relationships by other names. During the time of Homer, strangers (without any exception) were protected by Zeus Xenios who was theREAD MORE