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The "Indian Wars" Never Ended

Updated: May 1, 2020

"During the 1960s, the American Indian and civil rights movements provided examples to the Métis and other Indigenous Peoples on how to address their colonization and marginalization"

Now in the year 2020 in the midst of a pandemic, the smog is clearing for people to see the reality of indigenous knowledge and the valuable contribution it is for the future of all societies, indigenous or not. The time for an awakening has already passed and people are already taking action.#8thFire

Photo: Leonard Peltier

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