Monthly Archives:: April 2014

We Are Treaty People – a conference report by Sasha Kovacs

On March 1 2014 I chaired a panel as part of the Panamerican Routes Festival Conversatorio series about treaty number nine. This panel was titled “Restaging Treaty: Embodied Memories, Written Records and Living Archives.” It featured contributions from playwright Falen Johnson, lawyer Murray Klippenstein, author John Long, elder Grafton Antone, and the conversatorio audience. Here… Read more »

Sowing Social Justice – by Shelley Liebembuk

Sowing Social Justice: Fighting GM-Corn with Creative Activism By Shelley Liebembuk The inspiring conversatorio panel discussion on “Maiz(e) in the Americas: tradition, big agriculture, and resistance” brought together impassioned activists, scholars, and artists—many of whom are all three—to address the dire socio-political impact of genetically modified corn throughout the Americas and speak about their own… Read more »