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Mapping Idle No More

Teach-ins, blockades, rallies, flash mobs and hunger strikes

by Tim Groves

Mapping Idle No More
Mapping Idle No More
Mapping Idle No More

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Idle No More is a multi-faceted movement spear headed by First Nations communities to oppose several bills being pushed through parliament, including the Bill C-45, and to unite communities in their opposition to colonialism and its attacks on indigenous peoples, and damage to the land and water. 

Spread through social media, communities across canada, and around the world have stood up to oppose the Harper government and fight for justice.

Although far from a complete list, this map highlights some of the teach-ins, rallies, blockades, flash mob round dances and hunger strikes that have taken place or are being planned, as well as international solidarity actions taking place on three continents. 

If you are interest in collaborating on this map, have information you want shared on it, or have any feed back you can reach me at timgrovesreports@gmail.com

 

 


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Tim Groves is an investigative researcher and journalist based in Toronto. He can be reached at timgrovesreports [@] gmail.com. For more information on his work and writing, click here.


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