Indigenous Hollywood: Natives in Hollywood come together for "Idle No More" calls on people to join in honouring and fulfilling Indigenous sovereignty cooperative caretaker stewardship of land, water and all life.
Video: Indigenous Hollywood Celebrities Come Together for "Idle No More" PSA
Colonizing ideals and forms of governing are slowly being revealed and rejected by citizens around the world. Talking and listening to people is important. It is time to heal damaging resource extraction, and honour Indigenous people's legal treaty rights. Heal abusive violations, live the spirit and intent of the treaty relationship. A call for truth and justice in action, reconciliation in words and actions, heart based protection of Mother Earth and her population reliant on her for life.
2013 Sovereignty Summer Idle No More and Defenders of the Land - World Wide Call To Action
2014 "Calls For Change"
Information short documentary
with powerful rap/hip hop lyric music "Young Warriors Happy and Alive, This Ain't Hollywood This is Our Home!"
Stay strong and united in Spirit.
We are the 7th Generation.
The Idle No More Movement started in Canada as a peaceful demonstration between tribes and government in December 2012. It spread as people world wide stood in solidarity for the Canadian government to honor treaty rights. These violations have direct bearing on the protection of our waters and land. If we don’t stand up as one people and start protecting our Earth’s greatest resources we are letting our future generations down.
Rolling Stone article: Idle No More: Native-Led Protest Movement Takes On Canadian Government First Nations groups organize to oppose controversial tar sands pipelines
Huffington Post article: DeSmog Canada: The Most Important Tar Sands Case You've Ever Heard Of (May 28th, 2013) ...
About R.A.V.E.N. (Respecting Aboriginal Values and Environmental Needs)
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Video: Gyasi Ross: The Future of 'Idle No More' and it's Impact in the USA
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