Russell Diabo on Termination policies, 93 Tables & Idle No More; Plus Amber Sandy from First Story App

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Russell Diabo speaks about the termination policies of the Canadian government including comprehensive land claims agreements at 93 tables, as well as his thoughts on Idle No More and more.

Also on the show, Amber Sandy from First Story App  joined us to update us on the interactive, multimedia app which maps the Indigenous history and landmarks of Toronto.

Russell Diabo (Kanienke’ha:ka) from Kahnawake is the Policy Advisor for the Algonquin Nation Secretariat & Wolf Lake First Nation, and is the Editor & Publisher at First Nations Strategic Bulletin.

Playlist:

Quese IMC – I am my Ancestors

Cris Derksen – What did you do boy?

Northern Cree – Red & White

Morning Star River – Tha 416

Originally Aired Monday February 4, 2013

Photo Credit: Catherine Lorns

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2 Responses to “Russell Diabo on Termination policies, 93 Tables & Idle No More; Plus Amber Sandy from First Story App”
  1. Jon Pawson says:

    Woo, Russell is wearing a lanyard with TWoA (Te Wananga o Awanuiarangi) on it! He must’ve been to Tamakimakaurau/Auckland here in Aotearoa/New Zealand at some point. 🙂 Nga mihi!

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