Protecting the sacred Chaudière Falls site from "Zibi" condos





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Published on Dec 22, 2015

Dec. 19 Asinabka / Akikodjiwan panel discussion & musical performances, as part of Phil Ochs Festival in Ottawa, unceded Algonquin territory.

PAMPHLET: “Support the Algonquin Vision for Akikodjiwan Kichizibi” (2-page pdf to print double-sided ‘flip on short edge’ then fold) that you can pass on to friends, family and colleagues: available at http://www.bit.ly/chaudiere-flyer – includes background information and action items.

‘Set list‘ with start times (moderator = Michael Desautels):
0:57 Barbara Dumont-Hill – Algonquin drum keeper, community volunteer, and spiritual advisor
06:05 Albert Dumont “South Wind” – Algonquin community activist, volunteer, poet, storyteller and spiritual advisor
12:03 Tito Medina – Singer-Songwriter and an icon for Guatemalan revolutionary music
18:00 Douglas Cardinal – World-Class Organic Architect, Anishinaabe Elder and First Nations Activist
26:50 Gabrielle Fayant and Amanda Fox – Spirit Flowers Indigenous women’s hand drum group
36:40 Michael Desautels – Student & Labour Action Committee of Freeing Chaudière Falls and its Islands
40:37 Kevin Schofield – the Tennessee Cree
48:10 Romola Thumbadoo – Coordinator, William Commanda’s Circle of All Nations / Asinabka Chaudiere Site Work
1:08:46 Julie Comber (Vela) – Singer-songwriter researcher settler-ally; member of Freeing Chaudière Falls and its Islands
1:21:24 Peter Di Gangi – Research and Policy Director for the Algonquin Nation Secretariat
1:30:10 Barbara Dumont-Hill

Individual videos will be posted at http://EquitableEducation.ca


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