The following originally appeared in the bourgeois media source The Guardian, written by Martin Lukacs.
The Canadian government is increasingly worried that the growing clout of aboriginal peoples’ rights could obstruct its aggressive resource development plans, documents reveal. Continue reading
Independent media and social networking movements continue to bridge lives and lifestyles, the (increasingly small) world over. Collective movements spontaneously emerge, collaborate, simultaneously reflect and mutually contribute to the broad base of ideas constantly being generated, recycled, and renewed, each with their own important cultural perspective and intellectual capital to contribute. This has the potential to create a truly democratic international network of movements where access to information is prized above political indoctrination of any sort. The potential exists today. Yet it may not always be… Continue reading
The following is an overview of indictments regarding the death of Anna Mae Pictou Aquash (Mi’kmaq – 1945-1976), by Antoinette Nora Claypoole. This article is a little dated, coming from December 2004 – thus being before the actual trials of John Graham and Richard Marshall – but it is informative nonetheless. Continue reading