Monday, April 16, 2007

By Any Means Necessary Documentary - April 19 Broadway Theatre

Dear friends and fellow International students at UofS,


some people consider the struggles of Indigenous peoples against the

ongoing colonization by the Canadian state and the multinational

corporations as a domestic issue. But Indigenous (aka Aboriginal,

Native) Nations are sovereign nations and thus it becomes an

international human rights issue. I am sure that in your countries,

too, there are still ongoing struggles against Western imperialism and

control, and that the Indigenous peoples in some of your countries are

still oppressed and marginalized by the dominant society.

if you would like to discuss this more, please email me, as this is of

academic and general interest to me. Thank you and good luck on your

exams, if you still have them ;)



Please circulate widely!


"By Any Means Necessary" is a documentary that chronicles the Treaty 10

right to hunt and the legal journey of the Buffalo River Dene Nation

from Northern Saskatchewan.  The documentary reviews the legal case in

Saskatchewan, the refusal to be heard at the Supreme Court of Canada,

and their international legal endeavours.


Broadway Theatre

Date:  Thursday, April 19, 2007

Time:  7:00 p.m.

Cost: $5.00


We look forward to seeing many people supporting this event.

A message by
Alex Korshever
India Students' Association
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Canada. 

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cfar said...

Great topic!
For examples of struggles of Indigenous people against corporations and governments see

cfar said...

oops! try