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Author: Starla Antone
FIGHT FOR THE LINE
The 3rd Saturday of every July is the Annual Border Crossing Celebration, where Onkwehonwe cross the colonial border in Oni: kara (Niagara Falls). In addition, the celebration reminds the United States and Canada as a British Commonwealth to not interfere in our traditional travel and trade routes. The Indian Defence League of America’s founders (IDLA)…
National Day Of Mourning
We would like to offer our condolences to all the families that lost their children in the residential labour boarding systems within Turtle Island. We offer our love and gratitude to the survivors so that they know they are valued. We offer our silence so that we may listen to their stories. We offer our…
Solidarity Day in Six Nations: Interview with Elected Chief Mark Hill
How Traditional is Tattooing?
Tyendinaga Gathering The second annual Indigenous Tattoo Gathering in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory took place over the May weekend. Artists and orators gathered to share ideas and culturally specific experiences. As well as their efforts to revitalize some of these ancient techniques before they welcomed the general public. These events are gaining popularity, but so is…
Forbidden Fruit: Residential School Stories
It was just a cruel time; I just remember how bad the food was, being hungry and just being a little kid, I was strong enough to rebel, and that’s what I did; it was well worth the punishment.