During an evening of education, action and ceremony, teachers will share information and analysis on the economic and political structures that have and continue to shape a colonial relationship between First Nations and Aboriginal peoples and the Canadian state. The upsurge in parliamentary legislation in the form of Bill C-45 and other proposed bills is a recent manifestation of this relationship. Join us in considering what role do a colonial legacy and a capitalist economy have to play in creating the conditions out of which Idle No More emerges and faces its challenges.
Presented by Solidarity Halifax
Recording by CKDU 88.1 FM Halifax
Featured music by A Tribe Called Red
Idle No More teach-in presented by Solidarity Halifax
Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada