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New Database Documents Aboriginal Veterans from Canada

Now available: a database documenting aboriginal veterans from Canada (PRESS RELEASE). “The documents the lives of 8,300 individuals through images, biographies, and transcriptions of all known or accessible biographical details about the soldiers. 40 more words

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PITIFUL CHIEFS ~ Mohawk Nation News

Note: This was sent to me by an elder with the royal family, it’s the same covert template used to control and subjugate indigenous peoples worldwide, including the Kanaka Maoli aka native Hawaiian’s. 882 more words

The Khanty Bear Feast revisited

I have visited the Western Siberian Khanty in the vicinity of the oil towns in the Surgut region for twenty years now. Never could I have imagined I would see a performance of the famous Khanty Bear Ceremony documented thirty years ago by the Estonian intellectual and film director Lennar Meri in his film ” 992 more words

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What It Means To Be A Native

In this time and age, you hear indigenous people saying, “This time is a good time to be a Native”.

What does ‘Native’ mean, and what does the statement mean? 1,109 more words

Allu Kuy

[Urgent Appeal] Torture and Killing of Indigenous People -TFDP

URGENT APPEAL
April 13, 2016
(PHILIPPINES) Torture and Killing of Indigenous People

ISSUES: Assertion of right to life; freedom from torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment… 2,224 more words

Human Rights

Half-Breed to Metis – My Return from a 'Savage' Wilderness; PART 2

 Click here to read part one – How I acquired the title of dirty Indian…

Aside from having to dream up a name to match any exotic ancestry I could claim, my real family history was more colourful than that anyway. 1,231 more words

Life

Settler Colonialism and the Future of Canadian History

Jerry Bannister

In March I had the pleasure of attending the Pierre Savard conference[1] at the University of Ottawa. I was asked to give a talk on the future of Canadian history, particularly the ongoing debate over transnational versus national perspectives. 1,156 more words

Early Canadian History