Monthly Archives: September 2021

COLONIALISMO del 21 ° secolo: implementato da corporazioni e ONG? Di chi è in gioco la sopravvivenza qui, Survival? La sopravvivenza delle foreste pluviali e delle popolazioni indigene o di Cartier e altri nel settore della gioielleria in oro e diamanti? … aggiornato 2021

“La follia dell’uomo ha aumentato il valore dell’oro e dell’argento a causa della loro scarsità; mentre la natura, come un genitore amorevole, ci ha donato gratuitamente le cose migliori, come l’aria, la terra e l’acqua, ma ci ha nascosto quelle … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Truth and Reconciliation for Orange Shirt Day — Michael J. Fast

What can we do to foster truth and reconciliation? I can think of a couple of options that will lead toward reconciliation. Thoughts on Truth and Reconciliation for Orange Shirt Day — Michael J. Fast

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Reconciliation Through Education: a Toolkit — Howard Public School Council

Resources for the first National Day for Truth & Reconciliation (Orange Shirt Day) on September 30, 2021 Content note: The following post discusses residential ‘schools’. The National Residential School Crisis Line 1-866-925-4419 is for anyone experiencing pain or distress as … Continue reading

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COLONIALISMO del siglo XXI: ¿implementado por corporaciones y ONG? ¿De quién está en juego la supervivencia aquí, Survival? ¿La supervivencia de los bosques tropicales y los pueblos indígenas o Cartier y otros en la industria del oro y la joyería de diamantes? … Actualizado 2021

“La necedad del hombre aumentó el valor del oro y la plata debido a su escasez; mientras que la naturaleza, como padre amoroso, nos dio gratuitamente las mejores cosas, como el aire, la tierra y el agua, pero nos ocultó … Continue reading

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Drum to honour the children. Join Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc on September 30 at 2:15 pm Pacific to drum and sing for the missing children of Indian Residential Schools — The Wellness Almanac

Click to access Sept17_Media-Release_final.pdf Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc calls on people worldwide to drum simultaneously for the missing children of Indian Residential Schools for the first Canadian National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, this September 30 at 2:15 pm Pacific time. After a global … Continue reading

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During “Truth and Reconciliation Week” in Canada: Police Violence at Gidimt’en Checkpoint — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

Originally posted on LANDBACK Friends: The Wet’suwet’en vs. RCMP and Coastal GasLink situation is escalating. https://twitter.com/Gidimten/status/1442568682182348804?s=20 https://twitter.com/Gidimten/status/1442404836100624384?s=20 https://youtu.be/c3OjGB4sDCw #WetsuwetenStrong #NoTrespass #WedzinKwa #CGLofftheYintah #WeAreAllOne #TraditionalGovernance #StandUpFightBack Police Violence at Gidimt’en Checkpoint — Ned Hamson’s Second Line View of the News

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Truth and Reconciliation Day: A Time to Listen — Peace and Justice Notebook

by Dianne Climenhage As you may be aware, the government recently passed legislation to make September 30th a federal statutory holiday called the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (TRC Day). For all Canadians, this day provides an opportunity for each person … Continue reading

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COLONIALISMO do século 21 – implementado por corporações e ONGs? Cuja sobrevivência está em jogo aqui, Survival? A sobrevivência das florestas tropicais e dos povos indígenas ou da Cartier e outros na indústria de joias de ouro e diamantes? … Atualizado em 2021

“A tolice do homem aumentou o valor do ouro e da prata por causa de sua escassez; enquanto a natureza, como um pai amoroso, nos deu gratuitamente as melhores coisas, como ar, terra e água, mas escondeu de nós as … Continue reading

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Preparing for Reconciliation Week — Curriculum Connections

Designed by Peggy Janicki. K’was hoy to Siwal Si’wes Indigenous Education for sharing these learning opportunities and resources: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation: Walking the Path to Reconciliation in 2021 “This year, we gained a deeper collective understanding of … Continue reading

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It’s decolonization or extinction. And that starts with land back. — LANDBACK Friends

I’ve often written about my inability to convince people why we need to reject the systems of capitalism and endless economic growth. Emblematic of that is nearly fifty years I’ve lived without a car, hoping others might give up theirs, … Continue reading

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