Category Archives: Aboriginals

NATIVE POVERTY IN BC IS SEVERE

In 2010, Canada was one of the few countries to refuse to sign the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). Signing the UNDRIP would have caused to be adopted minimal standards of human rights of Indigenous … Continue reading

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In Memoriam – Harriet Nahanee (Tsibeotl) 1935 – 2007

This abusive treatment of these elder women of two races speaks of racist, misogynist, senior-hating rank discrimination that one would typically expect from a government which is in thrall to big business, is primarily motivated by love of money, is … Continue reading

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On Virtue

Of everyone I know personally very few were more community-minded than social justice activist and writer Sandy Cameron. *           *          * To read the full poem, please click on the following link. On Virtue

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Resistance is not Futile

For as thinking keeps company with consciousness, so the latter is influenced by the contextual meaning of words, which determine the composition of identity and self. *          *          * To read the full poem, please click on the following link. … Continue reading

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Bee Stings

The creative afterglow sets in; I descend to my basest mental impulses. *          *          * To read the full poem, please click on the following link. Bee Stings

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Walk4Justice

A research report titled Stolen Sisters states that at least 600 women have disappeared or been killed across Canada in the last three decades. *          *          * To read the full poem, please click on the following link. Walk4Justice

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