Idle No More anniversary sees divisions emerging - Movement that began with a teach-in claims 254,000 supporters
”(…) ”For me, it’s never about the name or who started it or who owns it or any of those things,” Palmater explained. “For me it’s about the spirit of the Idle No More movement.”
Palmater said another group, the Indigenous Nationhood Movement, is headed in the direction she’d like to see Idle No More go.
That group “is talking about action on the ground, real resistance, going out and living on the land and protecting territories and exercising jurisdiction and reclaiming and reoccupying, so it’s not just about protest anymore, it’s changing,” Palmater said. She considers herself part of both movements. (…)”
(CBC News - 10/11/2013)