Category: Kanenhariyo


Kanenhariyo on the fabrication of the white race

In this excerpt from Episode 36 of the What’s Going on Podcast, Kanenhariyo talks about the fabrication of the white race.


WGO 34 – Crooked cops, Trudeau’s tears and John A. MacDonald’s last murder case

There have been some new developments with Kanenhariyo court case. As Kanenhariyo fuels up with multiple cups of coffee we get an update, and discuss crooked cops, Justin Trudeau’s tears, and where things went...

WGO 33 – Christi Belcourt And Isaac Murdoch On Resiliance 0

WGO 33 – Christi Belcourt And Isaac Murdoch On Resiliance

So the other day, Isaac and Christi were driving through Six Nations looking for a working wifi connection to do a multiperson online video conference. By pure happenstance, they ended up at Kanenhariyo’s and...


WGO 32 – In Which Kanenhariyo Gets A Load Off His Chest About Line 9

Kanenhariyo has been thinking a lot about Line 9 lately, and here’s what he has to say about it.


WGO 31 – Running Down Line 9 – An interview with Rachel Thevenard and her crew

Rachel Thevenard a 22 year old university student is running the entire length of the dangerous Line 9 pipeline this December and January. The other day she and members of her support team (Lindsay,...


WGO 29 – Hey Syria, you wanna make a treaty?

Trudeau announces nation to nation relationship and then proceeds to invite 25,000 Syrian refugees to come live in this land without consulting any Indigenous nations. We tackle this contentious topic on a late night...


WGO 28 – 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.


WGO 27 – 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...


WGO 26 – 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....


WGO 25 – Francis Boots on customs, protocols and the Kayenere:kowa

The final part of our conversation with Francis Boots concludes with a discussion on customs, protocols and the Kayenere:kowa.