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Christmas Special [sic]: Ending the Doctrine of Discovery ...

Prepared by the North American Indigenous Peoples' Caucus, the statement was read before the United Nations Permanent Forum for Indigenous Peoples on May 8, 2012. For related entries, enter “doctrine of discovery” in ...
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United Nations special rapporteur on the rights of indigenous ...

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Anaya also drew attention to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and specifically to one of the preambles which affirms the centrality of treaties to partnerships between indigenous peoples ...
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Idle No More gives First Nations people a say regarding land | The ...

Idle No More gives First Nations people a say regarding land | The ... | UNDRIP | Scoop.it
Moreover, it violates the Colonial British North America Act of 1867; solidified land rights; The Indian Act Treaties of 1951; waterway rights, which are binding; and the Canadian Constitution Act Section 35, which orders any and all colonial...
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The Colonial Doctrine of Discovery and Idle No More - ICTMN.com ...

The Colonial Doctrine of Discovery and Idle No More - ICTMN.com ... | UNDRIP | Scoop.it
I found this great article from Steven Newcomb the other day. I think it's an important one because he talks about how "patterns of racist and dehumanizing reasoning from the distant past continue to colonize and dominate the ...
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Second amendment was created to protect slavery and capture land ...

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'The Second Amendment comes from the right to protect themselves from slave revolts, and from uprisings by Native Americans,' he said. 'A revolt from people who were stolen from their land or revolt from people whose land ...
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Canadian author David Doyle coming to UNESCO Forum in Cuba ...

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Powell River historian and educator David Doyle is travelling to Cuba this month to give a presentation on the 'Doctrine of Discovery' at the third annual UNESCO World Balance Forum to take place January 28th to the 30th in ...
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