by Molly Peters, Marina Young, Shelley Young. MMNN Contributors

Photo by Nigel Gloade

I would imagine that if you asked that question to many Aboriginal people in Canada you would get very diverse answers. What it means for a mother might be different than what it means to a lawyer, a Chief, a grandparent and so on. This goes to show that everyone has their own views on how this movement has impacted their lives and will continue to impact our future generations.

Idle No More (INM) is a grassroots movement that has created mass mobilization of Aboriginal people in Canada and across the globe. In its definition a grassroots movement is a spontaneous and organic gathering of everyday people who come together in unity around a common cause to create change. The ...

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