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 NO ONE IS ILLEGAL RADIO 
 with Hazel Hill, Kahntinehta and Roberta Keesick
 Regular Show
 Hazel Hill, Kahntinehta and Roberta Keesick
 Jaggi Singh  
 For non-profit use only.
Produced and hosted by members of No One Is Illegal in Montreal. 514-848-7583 -- noii-montreal@resist.ca -- http://nooneisillegal-montreal.blogspot.com
July 11 marks the anniversary of the 1990 police invasion of the Kanehsatake Mohawk Territory. The July No One Is Illegal radio show highlights indigenous resistance across "Canada". The show includes:

-> An interview with HAZEL HILL of Six Nations, spokesperson for the Land Reclamation near Caledonia, Ontario. Since February 28, 2006, Six Nations people and their supporters have blocked further construction by Henco Industries on their land, saying they will stay until jurisdiction and title over the land is properly restored to the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. (19:42)

The Land Reclamation continues; for more
information: http://www.reclamationinfo.com or
http://sisis.nativeweb.org/index.html

-> An interview with KAHENTINETHA HORN of Mohawk Nation News (MNN), and an elder from the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory. Kahentinetha reflects on the July 11 anniversary of the police invasion at Kanehsatake in 1990 (the so-called Oka Crisis). Kahentinetha, with her daughters, was directly involved in the resistance at Kanehsatake. (20:17)

For background to the events of 1990, consult:
http://www.kanesatake.com/heritage/crisis/index.html

-> An interview with ROBERTA KEESICK of the Grassy Narrows indigenous community in Northwestern Ontario. Roberta is a trapper and grandmother, as well as a blockader against the clear-cut logging of Grassy Narrows territory. The blockade began in December 2002, and is the longest standing indigenous blockade in Canadian history. (20:50)

For background to the struggle at Grassy Narrows, consult: http://freegrassy.org or http://friendsofgrassynarrows.com/

Music on the July 2006 show by BLACKFIRE: http://www.blackfire.net

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