Shoulders of Giants

Thomas Berger : A Giant in Advancing Indigenous Rights

By RAVEN / April 29, 2021 /

Thomas Berger’s legendary career involved mentorship and support for generations of people who now stand strong in defence of Indigenous rights and environmental protection. We are incredibly grateful for his legacy.

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Su-á-pu-luck– A man on the threshold of change

By RAVEN / February 22, 2021 /

This is a guest post by Rachel Ivey,  graduate in Environmental Science McGill University. You can see the rest of the articles in this series about Indigenous justice champions here. The image is of what’s known as the Joe Capilano Blanket, which Su-á-pu-luck wore on his trip to England to lobby King Edward VII. In…

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An Intergenerational Legacy: Chiefs George and Arthur Manuel and the fight for Indigenous Rights

By RAVEN / January 5, 2021 /

Post submitted by Rachel Ivey, graduate in Environmental Science McGill University Have you heard about the Constitution Express?  While the building of the trans-Canada railways marked Canada’s establishment as a colonial nation, another cross-country odyssey marked the beginning of a sophisticated new Indigenous legal era.  Today, thanks to the historic Indigenous rights mobilization efforts of…

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Lawyer. Academic. Mother. Changemaker: Meet Kekinusuqs Dr. Judith Sayers

By RAVEN / October 24, 2020 /

| Story by Rachel Ivey | Dr. Judith Sayers has so many accomplishments to her name, it would take a documentary film series to cover them all. This dynamic, generous leader is constantly in motion, constantly in service, and yet always seems to have time to work on issues that arise in her community, and…

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