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Nitassinan

Marie Wadden

Nitassinan

the Innu struggle to claim their homeland

by Marie Wadden

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Published by Douglas & McIntyre in Vancouver .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Sheshatsheits (N.L.)
    • Subjects:
    • Montagnais Indians -- Land tenure,
    • Naskapi Indians -- Land tenure,
    • Montagnais Indians -- Claims,
    • Naskapi Indians -- Claims,
    • Montagnais Indians -- Government relations,
    • Naskapi Indians -- Government relations,
    • Sheshatsheits (N.L.) -- Politics and government,
    • Sheshatsheits (N.L.) -- Social conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [203]-213) and index.

      StatementMarie Wadden.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.M87 W34 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 218 p. :
      Number of Pages218
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1283107M
      ISBN 101550540017
      LC Control Number92140884

      About this Item: "Editions Nitassinan / Supplément à la Revue Nitassinan du 3ème trimestre In-8 broché, non paginé, à l'Italienne au for5 x 16 cm. Couvertures rempliées, illustrées par des photographies de Edward S. Curtis.   The Innu of north-eastern Canada are celebrating the completion of an historic 4, km walk through Nitassinan, their ancestral territory.. The initiative of a young Innu man, Michel Andrew (known as ‘Giant’), the walk aimed to raise awareness of the Innu’s escalating diabetes crisis and reconnect young Innu with nutshimit (‘the country’): the taiga, tundra and rocky barrens that.

      Cannupa Hanska. 4, likes 6 talking about this. Don't save anything for the swim backFollowers: K. The Winona LaDuke reader: a collection of essential writings User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. A leading member of the Green Party (she ran on the ticket with Ralph Nader in ), LaDuke is a well-known advocate of Native American rights and environmental and women's issues, as well as the 5/5(1).

      Nitassinan. Wall mural by Montreal Collective. Innu women demonstrate in the mids against NATO overflights and for self-determination. In the early 80s, the military base at Goose Bay, near the Innu village of Sheshatshit, began to be used by British, Dutch, and West German planes to . Nitassinan. The Innu Struggle to Reclaim their Homeland. Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, Print. Wells, Patricia J. “Animal Exploitation and Season of Occupation at the Groswater Palaeoeskimo Site of Phillip's Garden West.” Newfoundland and Labrador Studies (): Print.


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Solvent abuse and alcoholism are stretching the fabric of the community. Despite all of this, the Innu people remain determined to safeguard Nitassinan for future generations.

In this powerful book, award-winning journalist and filmmaker Marie Wadden provides a first-hand look at their ongoing struggle for : Marie Wadden. Nitassinan (ᓂᑕᔅᓯᓇᓐ) is the ancestral homeland of the Innu, an indigenous people of Eastern Quebec and Labrador, inan means "our land" in the Innu territory covers the eastern portion of the Labrador peninsula.

The area was known as Markland in Greenlandic Norse and its inhabitants were known as skrælingjar. CSIA-Nitassinan, Paris, France. K likes. CSIA / Comité de Solidarité avec les Indiens des Amériques. 5/5(16).

Nitassinan/Nunatsuak Supplies Inc. can help bridge the gap between distributors and suppliers and the business opportunities they create in Newfoundland and Labrador. What We Do We focus on the supply of goods to Newfoundland and Labrador-based industries operating within the Innu and Inuit land claim areas, and the Island of Newfoundland.

This account of the Innu of eastern Quebec and Labrador (Nitassinan) describes their removal on to reserves in the s and their current negotiations with government for land rights and self-determination, with particular reference to the issue of low-level military flights.

Solvent abuse and alcoholism are stretching the fabric of the community. Despite all of this, the Innu people remain determined to safeguard Nitassinan for future generations.

In this powerful book, award-winning journalist and filmmaker Marie Wadden provides. Get this from a library.

Giant's dream: a healing journey through Nitassinan. [Nikashant Antane] -- "This book invites the reader, through stunning photographs and vivid works, to accompany Giant (Michel Andrew) as he journeys kilometers across northeastern Nitassinan (Labrador) on snowshoes.

Introductory text for the Nitassinan. Territory: Nitassian For thousands of years, the Innus have been living on Nitassinan, a boreal territory even larger than Labrador for which they are the time, they have immortalized their knowledge on this land by bestowing it, in their Vernacular, with a very precise toponymy.

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State of the Territory. Nitassinan, this vast territory in North-Eastern Quebec has been guarded jealously by the Innu for 8, nomadic Innu walked it and took care of it with the purpose of passing it on to further generations.

However, the Europeans who arrived about years ago see it rather as a reservoir of consumer goods for their own use.

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Amazon Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" CDN$ CDN$ CDN$ Author: Marie Wadden. Nitassinan (ᓂᑕᔅᓯᓇᓐ) is the ancestral homeland of the Innu, an indigenous people of Eastern Quebec and Labrador, Canada. Nitassinan means "our land" in the Innu language.

The territory covers the eastern portion of the Labrador peninsula. The area was known as Markland in Greenlandic Norse and its inhabitants were known as skrælingjar.

Walk With My Shadow Paperback – Octo George Gregoire (Shuash Kanikuen) was born in in the Meshikamau area of Nitassinan, the Innu homeland that covers much of the Quebec/Labrador peninsula. He has served as addictions program director, Band Manager, Band Councilor, land rights negotiator, interpreter, actor and now works 3/5(1).

Northwest River, Labrador, a place called Nitassinan, or "our land," by the Innu people who have lived there for some 9, years, and a place known as Goose Bay to the Canadian Armed Forces and, more recently, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), is the site of one of the most enduring and widely recognized struggles against militarism.

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Elizabeth was a key activist in the NATO low-level flying proteststhe setting of Nutai’s is a strong advocate for Innu culture and traditions and has received many honours and awards, including a National Aboriginal Achievement Award and an honorary doctorate from Memorial University.

Where the Pavement Ends is filled with inspiring stories gathered from journalist Marie Wadden’s discussions with activists across Canada who are involved in the Aboriginal healing movement.

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Presented to the 22nd session of the United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations on July 19 by Colin Samson, on behalf of the Innu Council of Nitassinan, Sept Iles, Quebec, Canada The Innu are the northernmost Algonquian-speaking peoples of North America.

They and their ancestors have occupied the Labrador-Quebec peninsula for as long as 7, years.She's never lost sight of the needs of Aboriginal people since that time. In her D&M book, Nitassinan: The Innu Struggle to Reclaim their Homeland, won the Edna Staebler award for creative non fiction.

Her radio and television work in Newfoundland and Quebec has also been recognized with Canadian and U.S. awards.Cest au fil de mes pérégrinations dans tout le territoire de la péninsule Québec-Labrador, dans les villes le long du Saint-Laurent, au sud, mais surtout au nord, sur la Côte-Nord / Nitassinan, à la Baie-James / Eeyou Istchee et dans le Grand Nord / Nunavik, que jai fini par mieux comprendre les extraordinaires qualités de la vie métisse.

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