A Dance of Complicity: Mining and Powwows

“Songs and Dance are Our Soul-Spirits Made Visible” ~ Endaso-Giizhik Dance has been a part of the Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island for thousands of years. Many dances and songs were gifted to our people through dream-visions. Today, dream-visions continue to shape and form the regalia of dancers and the songs of singers. Our dreams […]

Idle No More and the Implications on Anishinaabe Treaty Lands in Minnesota

First Nations are the last best hope that Canadians have of protecting lands for foods and clean water for the future – not just for our people, but for Canadians as well…So this country falls or survives on whether or not they acknowledge – or recognize and implement – those aboriginal and treaty rights. ~ […]

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