Monday, 10 December 2012

Dec 10: National Day of Action: Idle No More



 December 10th marks the international day for Human Rights.

A NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION!!!!! 
A peaceful call to action requesting acts of solidarity against government and industry actions that use legislation and disregard free, prior and informed consent to further their agendas in the name of profit and progress disregarding the natural law to live as one with Mother Earth. 

Native Education College students are holding a mass protest!!!!
Join us!! Support your Brothers and Sisters!!

Where: Native Education College to the Vancouver Art Gallery

When: December 10th 2012 @ 11 am

What: Call or send letters to your MP, Visit MP's Offices, hold Teach-ins. Demand that our government be accountable to the Treaties and to MotherEarth!

For actions in other localities, follow the link
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Parts 1 to 4 of Dr. Pamela Palmater's examination of unilateral changes to the constellation of agreements between Canada and First Nations.

Idle No More Alberta - Dr. Pamela Palmater Uploaded by idlenomorealberta·published on Dec 3, 2012 ~ Update and Information on each piece of Canadian federal legislation that is being passed right now or on its way to being
passed and will adversely affect Aboriginal people.
Dr. Pamela Palmater
Mi'kmaw citizen and member of Eel River Bar First Nation



More presentations:

Tanya Kappo, J.D
Introduction +
History of the White Paper and the Red Paper


Sylvia McAdam,B.H.J, L.L.B.
Whitefish Lake Reserve Lands, #118
"Nehiyaw weyeswewna (Cree Laws) - Revitalizing Okicitaw
Iskwewak as Part of the Treaty Understanding.


Janice A. Makokis, B.A., M.A (IGOV), L.L.B
Saddle Lake Cree Nation
"International Avenues of Asserting Nationhood: United
Nations and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights
of Indigenous Peoples" Part One + Part Two


Visit idlenomorealberta to view all.

“Idle No More, a group of Indigenous women, has made a peaceful call to action requesting acts of solidarity against governments and industries that use legislation and disregard free, prior and informed consent to further their agendas in the name of profit and progress, ignoring the natural law to live as one with Mother Earth. …December 10th marks the international day for Human Rights. Idle No More is requesting that all our relations take part in a peaceful demonstration of solidarity.”
 ~Council of Canadians


Visit Idle No More website for more information + plentiful possibilities

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