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Kristen Gilchrist self-identifies as a non-Indigenous woman with Scottish, Welsh, French-Canadian and Ojibway relations, living on un-surrendered Algonquin lands. She’s working on a doctorate in sociology at Carleton University, is a survivor of sexual violence(s), co-founder of Families of Sisters in Spirit (FSIS), and ally in Ottawa’s sex-workers’ rights movement. ** note: this was originally […]

Download/print this book: “Anishnaabemowin – Miinwa Anishnaabe zheyaawin: Our Language, Our Culture” – 64 pages (1.3 MB file size) The author, Gordon Shawanda, has given permission to make this book available here (and on the IPSMO site) for download at no cost for all aspiring students of Anishnaabemowin (Ojibwe language). It is divided into 18 […]

Being Whole

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a guest post from Julie Rage Lalonde, originally posted as a Facebook note Being Whole   Anyone who knows me well knows that I am an intense person, yes, but I laugh at funerals, use sarcasm when I probably shouldn’t and really do believe in a silver lining. If you know me well you also […]

guest post from Dillon Black:   Because the Revolution Starts from Within. Because we’ve been having to do this a lot lately, inside of organizing spaces, and outside of them. To strangers, and people near and dear to our hearts. Because it reflects experiences of so many others we know. This note is copy and […]

Article and videos from the Rally Against Police Violence, and the Forum on Police Violence, Incarceration and Alternatives, held in Ottawa in mid-March 2011. Videos produced by M-Media for Common Cause Ottawa – LinchpinNews on youtube. Fighting back against police violence, and uniting for alternatives by Krishna Bera, Tara Lyons & Greg Macdougall published in […]

From the organizers of the Unschooling Oppression conference (November 2007, Ottawa): This is what was brainstormed by the breakout groups and written on the board during the conference’s concluding caucus (problems and proposed solutions). We don’t need to use any or all of it, but it is useful in helping to refresh our memories and […]