The Grandmothers of Tkaronto: Message for the Chosen ones of the #7thFire

As prophesied, Tkaronto’s “elders” have become dependent as babies on handouts from the great evil, overtaken by the Jezebel spirits of greed, jealousy, arrogance, and competition. They have fallen prey to our colonizers and are now functioning as agents of our oppressors – standing against our people, wasting money intended to help the people, abusing them, and further destroying our people for their own ego and ambitions. Continue reading The Grandmothers of Tkaronto: Message for the Chosen ones of the #7thFire

Toronto Alt-Ed Pioneer Dr. Liam Rodrigues joins The Grandmothers, rallies SEED students in “HandsOFF Our Anishnawbe”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tkaronto, June 5 2018 – Toronto’s powerhouse leader of the Alternative Education movement, Dr. Liam Rodrigues, the Fish Clan Elder for the Council of Seven, is standing with the Grandmothers of Toronto in their work against the colonization of the city’s Indigenous institutions and service agencies. Dr. Rodrigues is galvanizing the high school students at SEED Alternative High School to make signs … Continue reading Toronto Alt-Ed Pioneer Dr. Liam Rodrigues joins The Grandmothers, rallies SEED students in “HandsOFF Our Anishnawbe”

“Hands Off Our Anishnawbe!” ~ The Grandmothers of Tkaronto

“The optics of these women’s actions are horrific for Anishnawbe Health Toronto. The impact of their behavior on our Indigneous workers has been significant and is the subject of at least one Human Rights complaint for which we’re seeking the support of Aboriginal Legal Services. As the mother of young adults, I can tell you this entire situation is deeply upsetting for the Indigenous community here in our city,” Kandace explained, “We most certainly don’t want our people – all of whom are survivors of intergenrational trauma – to be further victimized by unscrupulous and unethical managers who claim to be Indigenous, but are actually functioning as agents of the colonizers who are still destroying our culture.” Continue reading “Hands Off Our Anishnawbe!” ~ The Grandmothers of Tkaronto