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Idle No More: Canada's indigenous people are demanding a better deal

Idle No More: Canada's indigenous people are demanding a better deal

The Round Dance Revolution: Idle No More (Photo: Brad Crowfoot)

Idle No More 2012 Bricktown, OKC, Oklahoma

Idle No More 2012 Bricktown

Carol Linnitt | "Big Oil's Oily Grasp": Polaris Institute Documents Harper Government Entanglement with Tar Sands Lobby

"Big Oil's Oily Grasp": Polaris Institute Documents Harper Government Entanglement with Tar Sands Lobby

St. Michael’s Residential School demolition ceremony - The Globe and Mail

St. Michael’s Residential School demolition ceremony

Idle No More supporters demonstrate on Parliament Hill (rabble.ca) Photo: Jamie Spence

Idle No More supporters demonstrate on Parliament Hill

Liberation Day 2014: Lakota resistance to the KXL pipeline

A Four Directions walk to the mass grave of the Lakota ancestors in Wounded Knee, S. brings up recollections of past struggles as the present struggle to s.

Akwesasne. Crossing the International Bridge. Cornwall, Ontario. #IdleNoMore (photo: @akmohawknation)

Crossing the International Bridge.

Chief Theresa Spence

First Nations Chief Theresa Spence is on a hunger strike because Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper refuses to meet with her to discuss issues of concern to her community.

Horse Nation Idle No More, Hobbema, Alberta 2012 (photo: Bert Crowfoot)

Horse Nation Idle No More, Hobbema, Alberta 2012 (photo: Bert Crowfoot)

Idol no more

I would also argue that it's not just a Canadian thing, it's a global thing. Around the world, Indigenous rights are being infringed upon. Colonization is alive and well.

Native American youth assist with Black Elk Wilderness restoration    good project for scouys and classes

Native American youth assist with Black Elk Wilderness restoration