The recent Standing Rock standoff over the Dakota Access Pipeline and eight-year Unist’ot’en resistance camp in northern British Columbia are a manifestation of "indigenous resurgence" against colonialism and fossil fuel developments, including pipelines.
Category: Indigenous Rights
Judge’s Ruling on Standing Rock a Second Chance for JusticeJudge’s Ruling on Standing Rock a Second Chance for Justice
The federal court's recent ruling on the Dakota Access Pipeline saga could start a new chapter guaranteeing the rule of law and protection of water protectors, argues Mark Trahant, the Charles R. Johnson Endowed Professor of Journalism at the University of North Dakota.
Canada’s vanishing point: Reconciliation and the erasure of Indian personhoodCanada’s vanishing point: Reconciliation and the erasure of Indian personhood
According to Tara Williamson, a singer-songwriter and poet from Manitoba, one of the many problems inherent in Canada's current effort to reconcile with Indigenous peoples is this: "We must be willing to reconcile, willing to hear apologies, willing to share our trauma with others, willing to heal and willing to
Nobel Laureates Assailed Honorary Canadian Citizen Aung San Suu Kyi Over Myanmar’s Persecution Of Rohingya PeopleNobel Laureates Assailed Honorary Canadian Citizen Aung San Suu Kyi Over Myanmar’s Persecution Of Rohingya People
In a recent scathing open letter, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and other Nobel Laureates assail fellow laureate, human rights icon, and honorary Canadian citizen, Aung San Suu Kyi, over her country's ongoing genocidal persecution of the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state.