Category: Kanenhariyo

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The White Roots of Peace, Allies, and Privilege

On a late night trip to Lone Wolf for tea and pistachios, Kanenhariyo and Tom trundle along in the truck and talk about race, weapons and allies.

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The Prophecy of the Serpents

Sitting around the embers of a dying camp fire, Kanenhariyo tells the story of the prophecy of the serpents. This prophecy is common to the Hopi, the Haudenosaunee, and a number of other indigenous communities. It tells of time of catastrophe and crisis, when the people must head for the high ground and prepare for what is to come.

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Onkwehonwe Economics – A Fireside chat about money, banks, and the ecology of everyday life

Sitting around a fire on an unseasonably warm November evening, Kanenhariyo and Tom discuss some principles of Onkwehon:we economics as it relates to an anti-colonial divestment plan that some Toronto activists are working on....

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Real People’s Media now Multi-platform Livestreaming

On November 3rd, 2020, Real People’s Media completed its first in-studio livestream from the studios of Real People’s Radio 87.9FM.

Protected: Kayanere:kowa at Tyendinaga (2008)

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

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As RCMP drop charges on Wet’suwet’en, OPP advance colonial agenda by charging over 20 Mohawks for standing up against genocide

Kanenhariyo was arrested and “tricked” by Napanee OPP who imposed “no protest” conditions; 9-10 more arrests of Mohawk Warriors are anticipated in coming days; the first court date for all the Warriors is in...

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Kanenhariyo on the roles and responsibilities of the Rotiskenrakehete (warriors)

Kanenhariyo on the roles and responsibilities of the Rotiskenrakehete (warriors).

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Kanenhariyo interviews Dr. Chris Keefer on Covid 19 in Indigenous communities

Kanenhariyo interviews emergency doctor Chris Keefer on Covid 19 in Indigenous communities. Topics discussed include the severity of the pandemic, strategies for minimizing risk in Indigenous communities, and a discussion of how elders and...

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Tyendinaga Bear Clan responds to March 1 letter from Jan Hill

As the Rotiskarewake (Bear Clan), we would like to clarify our position regarding our brother and son Kanenhariyo. He does have a voice in the nation and he continues to work in a way that advances Nation to Nation relationships. Kanenhariyo is a valuable asset to our Clan and Nation. We have not agreed to remove his name or silence him, and he is to be treated with the full respect and dignity as any one else living with the full protection of the Kayanerehkowa.

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NEW EXCLUSIVE AUDIO: Kanenhariyo & Chief Woos discuss police incursions into their Territories. 02/24/20

Chief Woos & Kanenhariyo discuss today’s OPP advancement in Tyendinaga and the new incursion of RCMP in Wet’suwet’en Territory. #RCMPout#OPPout Police moved in and made arrests this morning at the Wyman Rd. rail stoppage on...