« This story serves as an important reminder: by far the largest attack on Indigenous Knowledge systems right now is land dispossession, and the people that are actively protecting Nishnaabewin are not those at academic conferences advocating for its use in research and course work, but those that are currently putting their bodies on the land. »
« Indigenous peoples have the right to revitalize, use, develop and transmit to future generations their histories, languages, oral traditions, philosophies, writing systems and literatures, and to designate and retain their own names for communities, places and persons. »
« Body, you are the conduit of creation. Through hands we mark our worlds, through tongue we speak and sing. We can reach into the stars and birth worlds here on earth. To be Anishinaabeg is to exist within a continuum of creation, each world creating a web that holds us all, each world just as important as the next. To be Anishinaabeg is to reject hierarchy in all its forms, to exist in multiplicities that cannot be named. »
Ida Baptiste, la mère de Lara Kramer, et sa fille Ruby Caldwell Kramer sont en train de créer des hochets en peau.
« In this context of historical subjugation and contemporary existential threat, ensuring justice in Arctic multilateralism is more relevant than ever to avoid the development of international legal and cooperative frameworks that disproportionately concentrate power in state actors to the detriment of Indigenous sovereignty and the right to self-determination. »
« Face à la triple crise de la perte de biodiversité, des changements climatiques et de la violence sexuelle et sexiste, les femmes et les filles du monde entier sont confrontées quotidiennement à des violations de leurs droits fondamentaux. »