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A hate crime in Tyendinaga – Ohaheyo’s story

On April 30th, Ohaheyo, a Kanyen’kéhaka (Mohawk) man in Tyendinaga, was the victim of a hate crime. He was beaten and “gay-bashed” by a group of half a dozen white people at a bush...

Chris Knight: Matrilineal clan families and the evolution of human culture 0

Chris Knight: Matrilineal clan families and the evolution of human culture

Christopher Knight is an academic and Marxist who gained his PhD in 1987 at the University of London for a thesis on Claude Lévi-Strauss’s four-volume Mythologiques. He became a lecturer in anthropology at the...

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Mohawk Carrie Lester interview from inside OccupyINAC

Real Peoples Media spoke to Carrie Lester, a Mohawk woman from Six Nations who is inside the occupation of the INAC office in Toronto. Carrie has been inside the occupation for the last three...

Getting rid of the Indian Act: A message to #OccupyINAC 0

Getting rid of the Indian Act: A message to #OccupyINAC

As #OccupyINAC prepares to go viral, Kanenhariyo reflects on the crucial political moment we are in, as momentum builds to abolish the Indian Act. What will come after the Indian Act? What does this...

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Neecha Dupuis on planned Savant Lake gold mine and lack of consultation with grassroots people

Niisha Kwe, a member of the Ojibway Nation of Saugeen 258, speaks with Real People’s Media about her community’s concerns about a planned gold mine on her peoples territory and the lack of consultation...

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Michael Keefer – Revolutionary Compassion Against Colonialism

Tom and his father Michael Keefer sit down to talk about the colonial situation in Palestine and Turtle Island and the letter that Michael is writing to Stephane Dion. Michael Keefer is Professor Emeritus...

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Esu Crossing the Middle Passage: An Interview with d’bi young anitafrika

Playwright and poet d’bi young anitafrika speaks to Real Peoples Media about her upcoming play “Esu Crossing the Middle Passage.” The show is playing in Toronto from April 4th to April 17th 2016 in...

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Dbi Young Anitafrika Stranded in Trinidad

d’bi young anitafrika is a renowned Jamaican-Canadian poet, musician and playwright. On March 6th, 2016 on her way back to Toronto from a working visit to Trinidad and Tobago she was racially profiled and...

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Gustafsen Lake’s Exiled – by Fernando Acre

The Gustafsen Lake is one of the most significant conflicts between Indigenous people and the Canadian state in recent memory. Over 400 RCMP officers used helicopters, armoured personnel carriers and fired over 70,000 rounds...

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Kanasaraken on the Onkwehon:we relationship with Ecuador

Mohawk Kanasaraken (Loran Thompson) speaks about his visit to Ecuador to see the devastation in the Amazonian rainforest, and speaks about the importance of developing indigenous to indigenous relationships with the original peoples of...