[Photo]: Vancouver Indian Centre president Debbie Mearns (second from right) walking with strike leader Christine Price. August 12, 1978. This fascinating article originally appeared in Labour/Le Travail. Formatting and spelling has been edited for clarity before appearing on Peripheral Thought. For citations please refer to the article as: Janet Mary Nicol. 1997. ‘”Unions Aren’t Native’; […]
“If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” – Aboriginal activists group, Queensland, 1970s Among the many foibles and spectacles which have characterized the presidency of Donald J. Trump, was his threat to […]
This piece by French theorist and political economist Jacques Sapir, originally posted on his blog in French and republished in Italian by Voci Dal L’estero is now featured in English here on Peripheral Thought. Sapir argues that, in addition to the risks to public health and environmental integrity, The Canada-EU Trade Agreement (CETA) is a serious […]
This post originally appeared on The Left Chapter, the blog of Michael Laxer leader of the Social Caucus in the NDP. While not in agreement with all of Laxer’s politics, I greatly enjoy the variety of content on his blog. Contributions from all leftist perspectives are welcome and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Leonard Hutchinson was […]
The October 2nd episode of From the Margins features interviews with authors and professors, Kent Roach and Jennifer Brant.
Speech delivered in Edmonton, Alberta by Dr. Roland Chrisjohn Member of Iroquois Confederacy (Oneida), healer (“psychologist”), author of The Circle Game Date of speech unknown Excerpts transcribed by Jim Craven email@example.com as posted to sovernet-l on September 1, 1998 …”Residential schools were one of many attempts at the genocide of the Aboriginal Peoples inhabiting the […]