The #case against #Idle_No_More cofounder #Sylvia_McAdam and her brother Kurtis was dismissed in yet another costly, stressful and unnecessary #legal process that pitted the assertion of #indigenous #land rights against #settler #state intransigence.
KSS describes itself as a secondary-level school with a mission to produce proud and self-sufficient Kanien’kehá:ka youth through a powerful curriculum based on Kanien’kehá:ka language, beliefs, and traditions.
Contribution by Settler: A. Rogers, participant in Settler UX Research, Spring-Summer 2019 (04/12/2019) Today on #twitter I wound up in a short conversation with Inuksuk McKay, an #Inuk in #Yellowknife who was hosting @indigenousXca (they have different people hosting the spot). She tweeted about Project Naming, a project launched in
#Inuit designed the most incredible baby carrying coat for arctic conditions called #amautiq where baby goes in a pouch on the back with a large hood. They were sewn from skins traditionally. Modern materials are also used nowadays.
The apology reminds us that those who control the narrative have the power to change the world for everyone in it. By framing Pîhtokahanapiwiyin as a violent, treasonous villain, early settler's helped to enshrine fear and hatred of the Indigenous people of the area.