Bill Resnick interviews Jacob Devaney about Idle No More, started by four indigenous Canadian women in resistance to government and corporate attempts to take land and rights from first nations people to pursue tar sands exploitation and other planet-destroying projects. Bill and Jacob discuss Idle No More as among the global movements against cultures of domination and for grassroots participatory democracy.
An in-depth look at the Indigenous uprising in Canada under the name "Idle No More." Host Paul Roland will have documentary filmmaker and Beaver Lake Cree Myron Lameman live in the studio, with other "Idle No More" activists on the phone from Canada. Lameman's film "Extraction" is about the Tar Sands oil industry's devastating impact on his and other First Nations communities, and the Beaver Lake Cree's lawsuit against it.