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Sha'tekatenton Interview - Koori First Nations Radio in Australia

Updated: May 1, 2020

Here is the interview I did last month on Koori Radio based in Australia; it is their First Nations radio station serving Indigenous people around the Pacific Rim. The discussion focuses on the need for worldwide decolonisation and importance of traditional Indigenous governance resurgence in the aftermath of the Wet'suwet'en and Mohawk versus the Colonial Armies of Canada (Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Ontario Provincial Police) in February 2020.

With 1 billion animals burned, the waters turning dark, and the air and land at risk it is time for us all to #RiseUp #Decolonise through #ExpeditionTruth #RebuildingSociety.

The time for change is now, and we can do that by using our voices as much as possible and uniting around the world;

Remembering your personal identity is knowing the ultimate truth, and this will bring us into a resurgence of a new and better society that relies on the people with the power, holding the peace, and taking care of Mother Earth with the gifts given to us by our ancestors; these gifts will be passed on to the next Seven Generations, no matter how hard any person, people, events, etc will chop the roots of the Great Peace, we will survive, resist, and rise up.


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