Call to Action 1

Author Joc describes the overrepresentation of Indigenous youth within the child welfare system and how this phenomenon represents contemporary cultural genocide.

Call to Action 92

Author Nathen Shawana (Pashkiiwiid) explores the vital importance of consent in the corporate sector's adoption and implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).

Call to Action 62

An anonymous author describes how education can help move nation to nation relationships forward in a good way, disrupting the racist, prejudicial assumptions about the Anishinaabe, and all Indigenous peoples, that currently persist within this country.

Call to Action 18

Author Ella Malleau describes Call to Action 18, shining a light on the current status of Indigenous health in Canada, along with the inequities that exist within the Canadian health care system.

Call to Action 41

Author Kayla Ramsay shares important information about missing and murdered indigenous women and girls, how Call to Action 41 connects to a legacy of inequality and trauma, and shares the results of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.

Call to Action 83

Author Jessica Decoeur celebrates Call to Action 83, including Canada Council for the Arts' {Re}conciliation Initiative in a media-rich video.

Call to Action 18

Author Dylan Marion investigates Call to Action 18 and the ongoing water crises and boil water advisories occuring on Reserves across this country.

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