Resistance 150: Why Canada’s birthday celebrations aren’t for everyone

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No Justice Stolen Land logoby Jackie Dunham, CTV News, June 27, 2017

As organizers ramp up anticipation for Canada’s big bash honouring the 150th anniversary of Confederation, indigenous activists are rallying their own counter-celebrations.

The #Resistance150 movement was created nearly eight months ago by Anishinaabe traditional storyteller and teacher Isaac Murdoch, Michif visual artist Christi Belcourt, Cree activist Tanya Kappo and Métis author Maria Campbell while they were discussing the government’s planned festivities for Canada 150.

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One response to “Resistance 150: Why Canada’s birthday celebrations aren’t for everyone

  1. Ola Arve Solstad

    Keep on fighting. All the best from La Paz, Bolivia

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