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Indigenous Sovereignty
News Report
 Candace  Contact Contributor
June 25, 2010, 4:04 a.m.
Welcome to the fifth installation of the G20 Report for Friday, June 25th 2010. The G20 Report is your daily rundown of news about communities’ resistance to the G8 and G20 capitalist agendas, from the streets of Toronto to you, produced by the G20 Alternative Media Centre.
This edition of G20 Report was produced by Tim McSorley and Candace Mooers, with special thanks to John Bonnar and all members of the G20 Alternative Media Centre. The G20 Alternative Media Centre is a temporary autonomous hub for independent media-makers to cover resistance to the G8 and G20 in Toronto. For more G20-related news, visit
Thursday marked the 4th day of themed resistance to abolish the G8 and G20. The theme was Indigenous Sovereignty and featured a rally and march in downtown Toronto. 2,000 indigenous people and allies gathered at Queen’s Park -- Ontario’s Provincial Legislature – to expose Canada’s continued legacy of colonization, assimilation, and genocide. The event was titled: Canada Can’t Hide Genocide: An Indigenous Day of Action, and was co-coordinated by Defenders of the Land, a network of indigenous communities united in defence of our lands, indigenous rights, and mother earth. Following the march, 100 people gathered at the Urban Native Centre, to further discuss strengthening the ties between aboriginal nations in the fight for indigenous rights and sovereignty. Eight people from across Turtle Island addressed the gathering, mainly focussing on the need to build on the growing unity and grassroots movements they said were demonstrated at the march. Later in the evening, around 200 people gathered for a night of solidarity and resistance at Steelworkers’ Hall. The forum was titled Confront the Invasion: Down with the G8 and G20, and featured music, spoken word poetry, videos, as well as a panel discussion with native youth from across Turtle Island.

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