Idle No More: A movement for change

Idle No More: A movement for change

There are 2 comments on the Dalhousie News story from Jan 18, 2013, titled Idle No More: A movement for change. In it, Dalhousie News reports that:

An Idle No More participant at the Canadian embassy in Washington, D.C. Thirty years ago, Patricia Doyle-Bedwell sat in Dalhousie's Student Union building with four other aboriginal students discussing issues such as class, racism and indigenous rights.

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Gabriola, Canada

#2 Feb 2, 2013
No country in the world is more "racist" against white people than Canada.

Saskatoon, Canada

#4 Feb 6, 2013
I personally believe it is about time somebody did something , and this group is a great thing to make people aware of things that are happening in Canada.

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