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Idle No More movement stages national day of protest

National chief urges Canadians to ‘stand with us’ Idle No More movement stages national day of protest The Canadian Press   Idle No More protests5:09 Related Stories Waubgeshig Rice: A peoples’ movement that is Idle No More First Nations chief … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“I remember learning about the history of the Aboriginal peoples in Canada and thinking to myself, “That’s not fair”. The systemic racism that occurred throughout history as a result of colonialism has given way to the lateral violence that still … Continue reading

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Lateral Love Australia Welcomes Joshua Vegas

  Joshua Vegas advocate and International Ambassador for Lateral Love Australia By Nicola Butler 24 October 2012 Joshua Vegas, also known as Nneka Atto, is a female self-taught visual artist and singer hailing from Toronto, Canada. Joshua is a female … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“My outlook on life can be summarized by minimalist philosophy: once the excess has been eliminated, all that is left are those things that have extraordinary significance, the most value.” ~ Joshua Vegas http://www.joshuavegas.com

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