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“Fight for the Line”

“Fight for the Line”

Levi General, the legendary Cayuga-Oneida leader and political activist born in 1873, came to prominence during a period when the Canadian government made several bids to erode the sovereignty and independence of the Haudenosaunee nations. Raised in a traditional community (his father was Cayuga and mother Oneida), he appointed...
Hot List: Events and Celebrations

Hot List: Events and Celebrations

When Natives gather they create an immersive experience that entertains and informs all who attend. WIth pow wow season in full swing, it's time to make plans for inspirational events for the rest of the year. Victory Days Back in the 1970s, the federal government sought to build a on...

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The Uluru Statement: Grappling at Sovereignty Without Domination

URL: https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/news/opinions/uluru-statement-grappling-sovereignty-without-domination/