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#7 Milton Born With A Tooth : Lonefighters' Society : Peigan Nation

Item is an audio cassette containing a recording of speeches by Milton Lawrence Born With A Tooth and Joan Philip (Okanagan Tribal Council). Description from inside tape case: "Milton Born With A Tooth, a spokesperson for the Lonefighters Society of the Pagan Nation, Alberta, was arrested in mid September 1990 on weapons charges. Along with other Lonefighters, he had attempted to divert the Oldman River and disrupt the dam construction. RCMP officers moved onto Peigan territory, and held an armed standoff against the Lonefighters. Only recently, he has been released on bail while he appeals his conviction and 18 month prison sentence, and is not in Vancouver for a brief West Coast tour."

2010? It's about making a killing

"The 2010 Olympic Games in not about sports, it's about making a killing. Several official Olympic sponsors are the worst criminals colonization and capitalism has produced. All have directly supported and financed the theft of indigenous territory, social cleansing and ecological destruction. . . ." Brochure discusses Olympic sponsors McDonald's, Coca-Cola, Dow Chemicals, General Electric, Birks, and EPCOR.

Behind The News

Item is an audio reel containing multiple segments from various episodes of Behind the News. Topics include: Anna Mae Aquash and the AIM movement; the AIM movement and the construction of pipelines in North America; the Pine Ridge Reservation; and social services for children in Gastown.

Brown Bagger : Armstrong, J. : racism in writing [and] publishing [tape 2 of 2]

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Sunera Thobani and Jeanette Armstrong. Description on tape case: "From the forum, Without Voice: Racism in Writing and Publishing - This is tape 2 of 2; Featuring Indo-Canadian writer Sunera Thobani and Native author/teacher Jeanette Armstrong."

Brown Bagger : First Nations women and leadership roles

Item is an audio cassette containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a recording of the President's Speakers Series held at the UBC Museum of Anthropology on the topic of First Nations Women in Leadership Roles. The event was co-sponsored by the First Nations House of Learning and the Museum of Anthropology. The talk was moderated by Rosalyn Ing of the Native Education Centre. Speakers include: Carol Geddes and Catherine Teneese.

Brown Bagger : George, Herb : Gitksan [Gitxsan] Court Decision

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Herb George. Description on tape case: "Response to the decision by Judge McEachern to the Gitksan Wet'Suwet'En land claim; Gitksan Chief Herb George gives the Native response and Prof. Michael Jackson puts it in legal context."

Brown Bagger : Gill, Charan : racism [and] Native people

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Charan Gill and [Marie Cooper]. Description on tape case: "Charan Gill is from the BC Organization to Fight Racism (and a long time NDPer); recorded by the co-op program Sumaiee Dhee Awaaz."

Brown Bagger : Gill, Charan : racism in BC

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks by Charan Gill, Punam Khosla, Roy Miki and Ron George. Description on tape case: "4 speakers speak at an event sponsored by the BC Organization to Fight Racism; Charan Gill is a BCOFR activist; Punam Khosla is from the India Mahala Association; Roy Miki is from the Japanese Redress Association; and Ron George is from the BC non-status Indian movement."

Brown Bagger : Howard, Lillian : colonialization in BC

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Lilian Howard. Description on tape case: "Conference: Native Issues: The History of Colonization put on by Talks Not Tanks; Lilian Howard talks about 'Life Before Contact On The West Coast'; Rose James talks about 'a witness' and 'government [as] organized crime'."

Brown Bagger : John, Terri : we are free

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Terri John. Description on tape case: "Terri John is from the Lil'Wat Peoples' Movement. Lavina White is a Haida Elder, active in Native issues in Vancouver as well as Queen Charlottes; from the Native Issues Conference: The History of Colonization."

Brown Bagger : Kwasistala, R. : our history is not a myth

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Russell Kwasistala. Description on tape case: "Russell Kwasistala is Chief of the Laichkwiltach Nation and a member of the Kwagiulth (Kwakiutl) District Council; From the Native Issues Conference: The History of Colonization, put on by Talks Not Tanks."

Brown Bagger : Maracle, Lee : growing up a Native poet

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Lee Maracle. Description on tape case: "Native author Lee Maracle at a presentation of one of her books of poetry at R2B2 Books."

Brown Bagger : McCloud, Janet : we won't change

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Janet McCloud. Description on tape case: "Janet McCloud is an elder from Washington state [Tulalip Tribe] who is very active in fishing rights wars; Milton Born With A Tooth is a spokesperson for the Lonefighters Society of the Peigan Nation in Alberta; From the Native Issues Conference: The History of Colonization, put on by Talks Not Tanks."

Brown Bagger : Mohawk, John : racism [and] education

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by John Mohawk. Description on tape case: "John Mohawk, A.I.M. leader and editor of Akwasasne Notes (Mohawk paper from northern New York State); recorded at World Indigenous Peoples Education conference at UBC; Mohawk addresses the question of what is the appropriate form of education for indigenous cultures and societies."

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