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I believe that the hidden agenda behind Indian mascots and logos is about cultural, spiritual and intellectual exploitation. Therefore, the real issues are about power and control. These negative ethnic images are driven by those that want to define other ethnic groups and control their images. To me, power and control is the ability to make you believe that someone's truth is the absolute truth. Furthermore, it's the ability to define a reality and to get other people to affirm that reality as if it were their own.

Help Spread the Word of IDLE NO MORE

Two decades ago, Indigenous resistance to colonialism moved Canada to establish the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP). The goal of the commission was to establish the steps necessary for restoring a just relationship between Canada and Indigenous peoples.

~ Resetting and Restoring the Relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canada

"Resetting and Restoring the Relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canada" summarizes key elements from the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples and includes links to Idle No More websites.

Monthly Meeting Schedule

Our dates for 2013 monthly meetings have been published. You find the dates listed below, or view the calendar for upcoming dates.

Call to Action - FEB 2013: Harrisburg PA (USA)-cancelled explanation below.

Encampment at The State Museum in Harrisburg PA

Russell Means, Founder of Cleveland A.I.M., Will Be Missed

Russell Means

Russell Means a friend, patriot, activist, educator, author, actor, model, father and most famous "baddest" Indian in this century. Russ, a friend since 1969, went to the spirit world at 4 a.m. Monday morning, 22 October 2012.
-Robert Roche

Sinixt Elders in Canada Need Financial Support - PRESS RELEASE September 12, 2012

IN LATEST BID FOR JUSTICE THROUGH THE CANADIAN COURTS EXTINCT TRIBE (THE SINIXT) WAIT TO SEE IF COURTS WILL DECIDE IF THEY MUST PAY COURT COSTS FOR NOT ONLY BEING EXTINCT BUT MOOT AS WELL.

U.S. Commission On Civil Rights (2001)

Statement of U.S. Commission On Civil Rights
On The Use Of Native American Images And
Nicknames As Sports Symbols - 04/16/01

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