IDLE. NO. MORE.
We are Allies of the Idle No More movement, sharing information about colonialism, history and what we can do to support indigenous sovereignty and Mother Earth. If you would like to contribute something, please contact Kolonialq@gmail.com.
IDLE. NO. MORE.
Those three words come from a place of cultural and spiritual profundity, and they mean exactly what they say: I am idle no more. I will not stand by and let anyone keep destroying the earth. I will not let my cultures and languages die. I will not stand by and let a government infringe upon people’s rights. I will understand my past, speak with my elders, cooperate with nature, and be a leader for my generation and future generations.
Background Photo: Brian Isadore, Idle No More J28 (2013) Rally in Ottawa
Header Photo: Sergey Gorshkov of Russia, Bear Silhouettes
Background Photo: Water, via Where Does Water Come From
Header Photo: Unknown, Geese in flight
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