Posts By: INM Collective

We are the ‘Uninvited’: Blue Dots and the FNEA

Today, Métis artist Christi Belcourt launched an amazing online action to reclaim our voices, following last week’s controversial announcement on the First Nations Control of First Nations Education Act (FNEA). Here is her statement …


We Stand With Elsipogtog

Statement of Solidarity and Support for Elsipogtog Land Protectors


December 7, 2013

We, a coalition of Indigenous community members and relatives from nations across Turtle Island, have come together to express our support and solidarity …


Background on the Movement

We see the Indigenous Nationhood Movement as a very ancient movement started by our Ancestors generations ago. That’s not new. Many of us involved in this current iteration have been working for most of our …


Write for the Indigenous Nationhood Movement Blog

We invite contributions to the Indigenous Nationhood Movement blog, Voices Rising. We are looking for writing and reflections on nationhood, resistance, resurgence and community initiatives—in the continuation of our peoples’ shared and …

Honouring protocol is the role of a culture’s warriors

The Unist’ot’en Camp is a resistance community whose purpose is to protect sovereign Wet’suwet’en territory from proposed pipelines from the Tar Sands and shale gas from Hydraulic Fracturing Projects in the Peace River …

RCMP Confronts Elsipogtog, Arrests Land Defenders

One month following the violent confrontation at Rexton in October, the anti-fracking battle continues at Elsipogtog. RCMP descended on Mi’kmaq warriors and allies who are defending the land from SWN Resources, who attempted to begin …


‘Freedom is a habit we need to start practicing’

Our organizing demands clarity of purpose in our actions in order to mutually reinforce our shared struggles, as peoples and nations, seeking to reorder our world. Actions that do not move us …


Welcome to the Indigenous Nationhood Movement

Boozhoo, shé:kon, siyo, tansi and greetings to all our relatives,

Welcome to the Indigenous Nationhood Movement. We invite you to join with us in building collective power in our communities.

Please read our Statement of …

INM Statement of Principles: Translations

Thanks to the hard work of many volunteers, friends and allies around the world, we are pleased to make the Indigenous Nationhood Movement Statement of Principles available in translation in Indigenous and non-Indigenous …

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