Idle No More Global Day of Action

By Paul G on October 3, 2013
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Idle No More has called for a Global Day of Action on Oct 7 – #Oct7Proclaim   October 7, 1763, marked the signing of the British Royal Proclamation, an historic document that legally mandated Canada to recognize Indigenous land rights.  250 years later, on October 7, 2013… Idle No More calls on all peoples to raise (y)our voices and take action in support of:– Our Land — Our Water — Our Bodies — Our Stories — Our Future — Indigenous Sovereignty!   Oct 7 is also the day that the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Professor James Anaya, will begin an official visit to Canada to examine the human rights situation of the indigenous peoples of the country.   Proclaim the importance of  Indigenous Sovereignty!  Stand up and be heard this October 7, 2013!

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TOPICS: Blog, Featured, Native American Culture, Native American History, News

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One Response to “Idle No More Global Day of Action”

  1. tu-mani-ku-kan says:

    Today, Look to The Great Spirit for Guidance, and Let Your Voice Be Heard. Hoka!

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