Russell Diabo on Sovereignty Summer; Termination Tables & politics as usual



Russell Diabo joins Indigenous Waves this week to share his thoughts on the current political climate in Canada for Indigenous people, including the termination tables, as well as Sovereignty Summer, reserve and band council politics and the responsibility to know more.

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.



City Natives – T.I.M.E

A Tribe Called Red – No One Out Can Compete

Ode’min Kwe Singers – A.I.M. Unity Song

The Red Shadow Singers – Eagle Song

Cree Confederation – Old School Hop


Photo Credit: Russell Diabo

Originally Aired: Monday August 5th, 2013

3 Responses to “Russell Diabo on Sovereignty Summer; Termination Tables & politics as usual”
  1. Is there more to this interview, seems to get cut off at the end. Good interview thus far.

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