SUNDAY 27TH JANUARY 2013 | VIDEOS OF TEACH-IN| LONDON, UK 

Sylvia McAdam Saysewahum, one of the four original women of INM led a discussion on contemporary corporate led colonialism, reigniting an indigenous rights defence and social revolution. She was joined by Brenna Bhandar (law, human rights, treaties & colonial history) and Suzanne Dhaliwal (UK Tar Sands Network). The session was chaired by writer and activist Amrit Wilson.  

If you have an interest in commons, contested geographies, corporatism, environment, de-colonialism, anti-capitalism, revolution, development and urban industry this talk will be of great interest to you.

Click the image to play the video. Thank you to Ben Cavanna for the films!

See photographs of Sunday and Monday's sessions 

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AttributionVIDEO 1 : THIS IS NOT A GATEWAY FESTIVAL : IDLE NO MORE : STARTS AT 6.06 

Contributors: Trenton Oldfield (This Is Not A Gateway), Deepa Naik for Brenna Bhandar, Amrit Wilson, Sylvia McAdam Saysewahum.


 VIDEO 2 : THIS IS NOT A GATEWAY FESTIVAL : IDLE NO MORE 

Contributor: Sylvia McAdam Saysewahum

 

VIDEO 3 : THIS IS NOT A GATEWAY FESTIVAL : IDLE NO MORE 

Contributors: No Tar Sands-UK, Sylvia McAdam Saysewahum and audience members.

 

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