Indian Country

Volume 41, Number 1: January/February 2007

Indian Country – Art, Politics and Resistance, features artwork by six cutting-edge Aboriginal artists from Manitoba, coverage of Indigenous struggles from across Canada, and profiles of Indigenous activists who are changing the world. Articles include Cathy Mattes on painting over stereotypes in Aboriginal art, Taiaiake Alfred on pathways to an ethic of struggle, Peter Kulchyski on land claims and the continuing colonial conquest of Canada, Anthony Hall on law and lawlessness in British Columbia, Kathy Buddle on film and media arts activism in Indian Country, and, as always, much more.

Table of Contents

Regulars

Opening Arguments

  • The Canadian Wheat Board Under Attack
  • Deep Roots and Conflict in Oaxaca
  • Pricing our Water is Not the Issue

Indian Country: Art, Politics and Resistance

All That’s Left

  • Buffy Saint-Marie, An Unsung Hero for Far Too Long
  • Singing the Métis Story
  • Don Cherry for Prime Minister?
  • Shane Koyczan: Keeping Life Honest

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