Ravens and Eagles

Shares the roots of traditional Haida art, from the inside perspective of a member of the Haida community, writer, producer and director Marianne Jones. At the same time exploring the wider historical and political issues of the repatriation of Haida artifacts, the vital potlatch ceremony once declared illegal by the Canadian government, and the fight to preserve old growth forest on Haida land.

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Haiti Betrayed

Haiti Betrayed reveals how Canada, in contravention of international law, colluded with the US and France to overturn the elected government in Haiti in 2004.  This brought an end to a decade of democracy in Haiti and progressive reforms for the impoverished majority. 

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Unceded Chiefs

Unceded Chiefs traces the historic early activism of BC First Nations Leaders who in the late 1960's unified in a battle against the Canadian government to reject Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau's proposed 1969 White Paper Policy.

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ƛaʔuukwiatḥ (Tla-o-qui-aht) Dugout Canoe

After working as a clearcut logger in what is now known as the Clayoquot Sound, master carver
and land defender Joe Martin reconciles his past by revitalizing the ancestral knowledge and
artistic practice of the traditional Tla-o-qui-aht dugout canoe.

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Flat Rocks

79-year-old Louis Diabo battles against the construction of Canada’s St. Lawrence Seaway during the 1950s to save his farm and the Kahnawake Mohawk community.

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We Remember (Film and Book)

We Remember

The remastered 1978 film, We Remember directed by Raymond Yakeleya documents his travels to communities in the Mackenzie Delta in the Northwest Territories of Canada. We Remember is a significant time capsule that reflects on the history of these people whose lives were forever altered by settlers and Treaty 11 (signed in 1921).

The first edition paperback book, We Remember: The Coming of The White Man, provides an in-depth history of the Dene People in the early twentieth century. Includes the oral histories by ten Elders in Gwich'in Dene and English language.

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