This post was originally published on this siteDuring a speech on “climate” by Justin Trudeau, Aamjiwnaang First Nation community organizer Vanessa Gray was assaulted by a member of the audience, while the Canadian Prime Minister looked on and did nothing. Vanessa Gray tells us what happened in her own words.
This post was originally published on this siteThey are the batons, flash bangs and rubber bullets used to break up our demonstrations, and put down our riots. They are the guardians of capital. They are the oppressor. And without exception… All Cops Are Bastards.
This post was originally published on this site This is our last episode of the Rebel Beat for 2018, and we have some big news about the podcast as we head into 2019. Ryan Harvey of Firebrand records joins us to talk about that news, plus some of his favorite music of the year, and… Read more »
This post was originally published on this site What’s up! Welcome to the latest edition of The Rebel Beat for November 2018! Our special guest on the show this month is Xiuhtezcatl! Xiuhtezcatl is maybe the busiest, fiercest, and most accomplished 18-year old we’ve ever spoken with. He’s an Indigenous hip-hop artist based out of… Read more »
This post was originally published on this site On this month’s show, we bring you into the studio and into the mind of the legendary Abenaki Indigenous musician and filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin. Alanis is 85 years young, and has a prolific career with over 50 documentaries under her belt. But while many know her as… Read more »
This post was originally published on this siteRob Turner, project manager at Alton Gas, dropped by the camp for “maintenance” work. Not only, does he fail to acknowledge that this site is located on unceded Mi’kmaq territory, but he also implies that the Nova Scotia premiere should have authority on this stolen land.
This post was originally published on this site Welcome back to the latest edition of The Rebel Beat! Our special guest on the podcast this month is Jeremy Pahl, aka. Saltwater Hank. Jeremy is an Indigenous Gitga’at bluegrass artist from northern so-called BC in Canada. His music comes out of an unexpected place, coming from… Read more »
This post was originally published on this site Welcome back to the latest episode of The Rebel Beat podcast! Our special guest on the show this month is Dio Ganhdih! Dio Ganhdih is a queer Indigenous MC, with roots in Awkwesasne Mohawk territory, and now based in NYC. She’s part of the epic Revolutions Per… Read more »
This post was originally published on this sitePeople all across Canada ahosted vigils and demos in solidarity with the Boushie family, and to demand justice for Colten.