One House Many Nations

We are one of the many ripples of Idle No More


An Indigenous Lead Movement

We acknowledge the diversity of Indigenous Peoples political, economic, Sociol and environmental organizing and understand fully that we are unable to encompass all the specific considerations made by grassroots people. However, this project emerges from Idle No More and as we move forward we wish to maintain the importance of recognizing Ideas No More in the various forms it has taken.

“Idle No More started in November 2012, among Treaty People in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta protesting the Canadian government’s dismantling of environmental protection laws, endangering First Nations who live on the land. Born out of face-to-face organizing and popular education, but fluent in social media and new technologies, Idle No More has connected the most remote reserves to each other, to urbanized Indigenous people, and to the non-Indigenous population.

Led by women, and with a call for refounded nation-to-nation relations based on mutual respect, Idle No More rapidly grew into an inclusive, continent-wide network of urban and rural Indigenous working hand in hand with non-Indigenous allies to build a movement for Indigenous rights and the protection of land, water, and sky.”


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