Indigenous Forum – Idle No More – Bay Area to Tar Sands: A History of the Movement | Clayton Thomas-Müller, Eriel Deranger, and Pennie Opal Plant

The fastest growing Indigenous resistance ever to industrial exploitation, Canada’s Idle No More movement has gone global. These leading Indigenous campaigners share its successful strategies and show how you can participate. With: Clayton Thomas-Müller (Mathias Colomb Cree),, Idle No More, Indigenous rights activist, Bioneers Board; Eriel Deranger, Communications Manager of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation; Pennie Opal Plant (Yaqui, Mexican, English, Choc- taw, Cherokee), Bay Area Idle No More.

Recorded Saturday, October 17, 2015 at the National Bioneers Conference in San Rafael, California.

Keep Your Finger on the Pulse

Our bi-weekly newsletter provides insights into the people, projects, and organizations creating lasting change in the world.