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Amanda Lickers on decolonization and resistance to Line 9

by Candice Pauline

Amanda Lickers on decolonization and resistance to Line 9

Audio of Amanda Lickers speaking at McGill University on May 27th, 2013 at "Indigenous Resistance in Canada: A public forum with Gord Hill and Amanda Lickers"

Amanda is an anarchaqueer Onkwehon:we cis-woman. She belongs to the Turtle Clan of the Onondowaga nation, part of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. Focusing on combating ecocide, hating the police, and harvesting medicines, Amanda hopes to work towards dismantling all systems of oppression, slashing at their social, cultural and material infrastructures.

She spoke about decolonization, Indigenous resistance to the pipelines and Enbridge Line 9 reversal.

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