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Ahead of a scheduled visit by José Francisco Calí Tzay, The UN indigenous rapporteur and Expert on Indigenous Rights, Kanyen’kehá:ka yakon:kwe Kimberly Murry submitted a report to his office. The Independent Special Interlocutor for Missing Children and Unmarked Graves and Burial Sites associated with Indian Residential School raised a red flag regarding a Canadian federal…
LET’s TALK LAND
One hundred eighty-two years ago, on October 9th, 1840, some 242 men, women and children set out on Canoes down the Erie Canal to Buffalo. Stepping off a Ferry in Port Stanley, they started to walk to their newly purchased land.
Jason Arbour summarizes the hidden history of Kana:tso. A Mohawk Village that Canada tried to erase.
“Laws are not tested before application; they do not bear witness to reality until they are already enforced and already causing harm”