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“Political Struggles of Native Peoples”, H. Cardinal, J. Mohawk et al

Item consists of a sound recording of speakers who participated in a panel discussion that was part of the Institute on Anthropology and Anti-Imperialism held in Toronto in 1972. Titled as Contemporary Political Struggles of Native Peoples\, introduced by Richard Lee. Recorded speakers include John Mohawk\, Tony Belcourt\, Harold Cardinal and Philip Awashish. Other speakers on the panel included John Saul\, Shelton H. Davis\, Ben Magubane\, Ernest Benedict\, Paul Coe\, Bernard Arcand\, Howard Mitchell\, Robert Vanlarope (sp?) and Boshe Richardson.

John Trudell on Commitment

Item consists of a sound recording of a speech delivered by John Trudell about commitment\, solidarity\, self discipline\, social organizing\, and fighting colonialism and white supremacy. At the 19:00 mark\, another speaker steps forward to speak.

G. Manuel, Keywords: Manuel

Item consists of an audio recording of an interview with George Manuel. Topics discussed include Indigenous economic development\, Indigenous political involvement\, welfare\, and Indigenous political representation. Additional annotations on tape include: B17T57

Interview with an Inuit Woman Artist

Item consists of an audio recording of an interview with an unidentified Inuit woman through the aid of an interpreter. They discuss her upcoming mass book exhibit in New York. Item appears to be a continuation of a recording of a conversation on tape 1989-020 / 008 (35) (ASC33131).

Item also consists of an audio recording of an interview with an unidentified Inuit woman through the aid of an interpreter. The main topic covered is her views on the youth in her community. Subjects discussed include how youth culture has changed since she was young\, the effect of television being introduced to their community\, youth involvement in maintaining Aboriginal culture\, and Aboriginal art. Item may be a continuation of a recording of a conversation on tape 1989-020 / 008 (35) (ASC33131).

114 St Powell

Item consists of a recording of an interview with a woman discussing a film she worked on regarding conditions in public housing. She discusses why she made the film\, the misconceptions many have about people who live in public housing\, what she hopes people will take away from the film\, the reactions to the film she has received so far\, and her disappointments and expectations of those reactions. There are also interjections\, and questions to\, Dorothy\, a woman who was interviewed in the film.

G. Manuel. Keywords: Manuel

Item consists of an interview with George Manuel mainly on the idea of the book "The Fourth World." Topics covered include capitalism\, land rights\, Indigenous spiritualism\, the similarities between different Indigenous nations\, and an old chief named Johnny [Kenhicha?].

Item consists of an interview with George Manuel. Subjects discussed include Indigenous spiritual practices\, Manuel's experiences with Indigenous ceremony\, community versus individual aspects of Indigenous dance\, community giving as a source of strength\, the difference in the experience of poverty from the time Manuel was young\, community punishment\, spiritual food offerings and reverence for nature\, spiritual lessons Manuel was taught from his elders as a youth\, and similarities in spiritual belief and ritual between different Indigenous groups. In the latter part of the recording\, Manuel discusses how his attitude has changed since he began the Poslans interviews\, that he no longer worries about the image he may be presenting or getting re-elected.

Cornwall Police Practices, Keywords: Akwesasne, legal

Item consists of audio recording of on the street interviews with Aboriginal youth of Cornwall Island regarding their experiences with discrimination at the hands of the police on the island. This is followed by an interview with an unidentified man and woman regarding the economic\, environmental\, and social problems with mass tree plantings\, using Piper Townshp as a specific example.

Item also consists of an audio recording with an unidentified man and woman regarding the problems with corporate tree re-planting schemes. Issues discussed include corporate fraud\, minimum wage\, environmental impacts\, bush burning\, connection with tourism\, affect on Metis peoples\, the intersection with the lumber and fishing industries\, failure to post tenures\, and discrimination against Aboriginal groups.

G. Manuel, Keywords: Manuel

Item consists of an interview with George Manuel. Topics of discussion include Indigenous traditional dance\, his memory of the last pow wow\, contemporary efforts to re-establish Indigenous dance traditions\, Manuel's experience with a charity dance group he participated in around 1962\, some details about Indigenous groups in British Columbia's Cowichan Valley\, Cowichan community funerary practices\, and contextualizing the development of Indigenous society.

Item consists of an interview with George Manuel. Topics of discussion include Indigenous dance\, the idea of reciprocity within community\, the Christian church as a negative influence on Indigenous societies\, exploitation of Indigenous groups by the early missionary church in Canada\, Manuel's interest in the Shaker Church\, community support within the Shaker Church\, the Shaker Church's spurning of any publicity\, prohibitions on Indigenous dancing\, early relations between Indigenous groups and the Hudson's Bay Company.

W. Duff Interview on the Native Brotherhood

Item consists of an audio recording of an interview with W. Duff regarding the North American Brotherhood. The main topic of discussion is the formation of the North American Brotherhood out of the Native Brotherhood of British Columbia and four other more localized organizations. Topics also include the character of Aboriginal Canadians living in British Columbia\, treaty rights\, reserve policy\, and cultural preservation.

Item consists of an audio recording of an interview with W. Duff regarding George Manuel. The topic primarily focuses on the time they both spent working with the Provincial Indian Advisory Committee (Provincial Advisory Committee on Indian Affairs in British Columbia).

Wounded Knee Press Conference

Item consists of an audio recording of a press conference regarding the treatment of Aboriginal peoples by the authorities surrounding the circumstances of Wounded Knee. The item begins with a statement from an unidentified speaker regarding the death of Anna May [Aqwash?]. The cuts out for a moment and returns with the chairman, who then introduces the purposes for their meeting and the speakers they have brought in. The audio cuts off during the statement from Barry Travis, the first speaker, which then continues on ASC33101.

Social Development Council (Quebec) Interview

Item consists of an interview with two unidentified Québecois men from the Social Development Council. The subject is defining Québecois regional identity. Topics include consumerism and industry\, a recent crisis\, welfare\, their place in the larger political context\, and leadership.

Interview with an Inuit Women Artists

Item consists of an audio recording of an interview\, through the aid of an interpreter\, with two unidentified Inuit women whose artwork was chosen to be in a Roman Catholic mass book. The topics discussed in the first interview include the picture she drew\, other spiritual art she has created\, her religious/spiritual beliefs\, and the recent strides the Catholic church has made to be inclusive towards Aboriginal peoples. The topics for the second interview include her print for the mass book\, her thoughts on being asked to participate in artwork for the Roman Catholic church\, Aboriginal food sharing rituals\, her thoughts in choosing the theme of the picture\, and her trip to the south. The audio cuts off abruptly. Item appears to be a continuation of a recording of a conversation on tape 1989-020 / 008 (50) (ASC33128).

Item also consists of an audio recording of a show put on for United Nations delegates. The first performance is of drum based folk music. The host then introduces upcamong guests. The second performance on the recording is a comedy routine by [Skoge?] Mitchell.

Aboriginal Art Interviews

Item consists of an interview with an unidentified man regarding totem carving. The discussion includes how he got into the profession\, the intersection between his art and Christianity\, and his experience selling his art at the local co-op.

George Manuel, Keywords: Manuel, NIB

Item consists of an interview with George Manuel mainly on the topic of education among Indigenous communities. Topics of discussion include government involvement\, funding\, Indigenous rights\, negotiations with the Prime Minister\, and the possibility of a settlement.

Item consists of an interview with George Manuel mainly on the topic of a possible settlement agreement between the government of Canada and Indigenous people. Topics of discussion include land rights\, hunting and fishing rights\, negotiation with the Prime Minister\, Indigenous rights\, the preservation of Indigenous identity. This is followed by a recording of a speaker [Professor English?] responding to a largely indecipherable question at what seems to be a panel discussion moderated by George Manuel. The response mostly addesses small business ownership in Africa.

Aboriginal Art Interviews

Item consists of an audio recording of an interview with an unidentified Inuit woman through the aid of an interpreter. Topics include her art\, the co-op in Cape Dorset where her art is sold\, the finances involved\, and the effect of television on the Inuit community.

Wounded Knee Press Conference

Item consists of Barry Travis and an unidentified speaker giving a press conference on the events surrounding Wounded Knee and the incarceration of Black Horse and Leonard Peltier. The first speaker gives a statement on Black Horse\, in reference to Peltier\, the RCMP\, US/Canada extradition; how the speaker got involved\, their experience with security around the matter when going to interview Black Horse\, questions on RCMP response (charges and imprisonment in preparation for deportation) and legal proceedings around the case. The second speaker discusses the incidents at Wounded Knee\, the arrest of Indian people (including Frank Black Horse)\, and the circumstances leading to the arrest of Leonard Peltier.

Ganienkeh - 2nd Day

Item consists of a public speech on the culture and history of the Mohawk peoples in North America. The first speaker talks about the conflict between the Mohawk way of life and the North American way of life\, pollution concerns around reservations in Ontario and Quebec\, environmental concerns for the future. The second speaker talks about preserving the culture\, traditions\, and independence of the Mohawk Nation within the United States. The third speaker talks about living conditions and community relations in the Mohawk Nation and the importance of starting a dialogue between the Mohawk Nation and the United States.

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