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Idle No More: a difficult (but necessary) conversation

Meeting the issues face to face

 

Last updated 3/17/2013 at 2:22pm

Jan Uttley

At the heart of Idle No More is how people view morality, how to live well and achieve a good life. Idle No More is bringing to light how many Aboriginal people understand that good life, and how they remember it. Here participants join in a round dance in front of the University of Winnipeg in downtown Winnipeg.

I am a member of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation (Algonquin), a husband, a graduate student, and most important, a brother in Christ. And I am a supporter of Idle No More.

I want to see Canadian Christians have a better conversation on one of the most pressing issues of our time. We need to keep the conversation going. This is a moral and relational issue; Jesus Christ is in this issue if you look hard enough—beyond what you hear in the mainstream media.

At the heart of Idle No More is how people view morality, how to live well and achieve a good life. Idle No More is bringing...



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