First Nations Marginality & Condemnation By Supremacists

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The Idle No More Movements has sparked an uprising by First Nations/Native Americans/Indigenous & Non Aboriginals across the worldwide hemisphere.

The movement has also sparked discrimination, marginality and condemnation by a handful of Non Aboriginals/Minorities.

Racism and discrimination is alive and well in Canada Folks and is rearing its ugly head.

Today on Peoples Voices, we will discuss the grass roots history of why Idle No More has sparked a continuum of other past movements such as Occupy.

We will hear what Grand Chief Derek Nepinak had to say, as well as Pamela Palmateer and Ellen Gabriel in different interviews as well as their thoughts on Stephen Harper, the last meeting.

The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs have put out a demand that Stephen Harper and the
Governor General meet with them his coming January 24, 2013.

The Idle No More Movement is by the will of “we the people”. A people that is fed up with being abused and discredited by government, elitists and supremacists that feel their entitlement is to trounce on everyone else's human rights, equality rights, citizen rights right into poverty.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Chief-Theresa-Spence-Hunger-Strike-Letters-Of-Support/122241324605948

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Idle No More Movement
Chief Theresa Spence Elder Raymond Robinson
Hunger Strike Assembly of MB Chiefs
Non Violent Peaceful Protest
Ellen Gabriel Derek Nepinak Pam Palmateer
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