indigenous rights

Dialogue with Lena Longtoe, Abenaki – Indigenous Peoples Alliance UFlorida@Tampa Nov 13 2016

Dialogue with Lena Longtoe, Abenaki, President, Indigenous Peoples Alliance Event at the University of Florida at Tampa a presentation of Indigenous Peoples Alliance Campus Empowerment Group “Talking About Decolonization” during Native American Heritage Month “Introducing Grandmother Willi Nolan, one of the Grandmothers of the Wabanaki Confederacy.” Lena shares her experiences as she sat in Grandmothers(…)

The Power of Informed Protest

  An Analysis of Lawful Rebellion in New Brunswick and British Columbia 2013-2014.  Informed Protest can Trigger Judicial Investigations, Dropped Charges and Opportunities for Legal Actions to Defend Peaceful Protest, Environmental Protection and the Rule of Law   Big things happened in New Brunswick in 2013 that put our Peoples on the map.  We’re still on(…)

The Glorious New Brunswick Shale Gas Rebellion Of 2013 | Willi Nolan

  Sources: KAIROS [short link http://ht.ly/xIOwj] Popular Resistance: http://www.popularresistance.org/the-glorious-new-brunswick-shale-gas-rebellion-of-2013/ The Glorious New Brunswick Shale Gas Rebellion Of 2013 By Kairos, http://ht.ly/xIOwj June 7th, 2014 KAIROS has recently undertaken a research project on the Indigenous right to free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) regarding proposed resource extraction projects on Indigenous lands. Willi Nolan is a member of the reference group for this(…)

Who is Willi Nolan? — a brief biography

  “Truth, integrity, responsibility, bravery and collective wisdom are impossible to defeat.  It is getting easier to slay the sacred cows of the destroyers.  The People of the Earth are a force more powerful now.” ~ Willi Nolan July 2014 With 40 years as an activist and eco-preneur, Willi (Wilhelmina) Nolan, is a mixed blood descendant(…)