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A conversation with the legendary artist and activist
29 Jul, 2009 | 0:21:00 |
EN | Irkar Beljaars |

An interview aired on the July 28th edition on Native Solidarity News. We talk about her 50 year career in music, the cradle board project and the importance of aboriginal music in the mainstream!
Alberta Tar sands!
15 May, 2009 | 1:00:00 |
EN | Irkar Beljaars |

An interview with Mike Mecredi about the Alberta Tar sands and the destruction it's causing to First Nations in the area!
A discussion with Russel Diabo
15 May, 2009 | 1:00:00 |
EN | Irkar Beljaars |

A discussion with Russel Diabo First Nations policy analyst about the leaked federal documents that show the government trying trying to change the definition of Indian and how it will redefine how the govt deals with first nations!
17 Feb, 2009 | 0:57:00 |
EN | Irkar Beljaars |

Native Solidarity news for February 10th. In this edition we have Amy German and Will Nichols from the Nation Magazine and Ernest Webb from Rezoloution Pictures. Topics discussed are the Federal budget, aboriginal politics and Webb's new film The Last Explorer a historical docu-drama about a Cree guide's adventures of glory, death, lost diaries, and forbidden love over a hundred...
18 Jan, 2009 | 0:13:00 |
EN | Irkar Beljaars |

Over the next two days the Prime Minister and Premiers will gather in Ottawa to discuss the current economic downturn and how best to address it. The first day of the First Ministers’ Meeting will include the participation of the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) President Beverley Jacobs, who will present recommendations on short-term investments. The aim is to...
16 Sep, 2008 | 0:08:00 |
EN | Irkar Beljaars |

An interview with Chief David Harper of the Garden Hill First Nation who also marched with the women of Walk4Justice. The subjects discussed are missing women, native suicide and the apology!
16 Sep, 2008 | 0:27:00 |
EN | Irkar Beljaars |

A conversation with CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Empolyees) National President Paul Moist, Shirly Langdon and Trudy Spiller. We discuss the ripple effect of the residential schools on missing Native women.The subjects of residential schools, Missing women and Police Brutality!
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