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Xwe-Nal-Mewx Declaration, 1988

Also called, Coast Salish Declaration


“We know the Creator put us here. We know our Creator gave us laws that govern all our relationships to live in harmony with nature and mankind; defined our rights and responsibilities. 85 more words

Indigenous Declarations

After the Women's March: How businesses should & can get political

It’s time for businesses to get political.

It’s intimidating, we know. When your business supports your family, you don’t want to offend any potential client or customer. 1,574 more words


Making Coast Salish Territorial Acknowledgements Matter

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TODAY’S SHOW Host: Irwin Oostindie @DutchPhoto… 391 more words


The 13th Annual Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival has over 100 events, starting October 26

Announcing the 13th annual Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival and twelve days of music, stories, songs, poetry, cultural celebrations, films, theatre, dance, processions, spoken word, forums, workshops, discussions, gallery exhibitions, public art, mixed media, art talks, history talks and history walks. 304 more words


A Cultural Resurgence

Nisqually Canoe Journey, held near Olympia last week, represented 27 years of the revitalized Coast Salish practice of traveling the “saltwater highway” to sing, dance, feast and renew friendships between tribes in Washington and British Columbia. 31 more words

Action Week

I returned to Vancouver and had a couple of action days. First, participated as an ally at an Imperial Metals Protest. This action was led by the Secwepemc Warrior Sisters– four women defending their unceded territory and their source of livelihood, salmon, from the dangers of mining. 391 more words