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"With a Vow to Defend": Indigenous Direct Mobilization in Canada

@inproceedings{Morden2015WithAV,
  title={"With a Vow to Defend": Indigenous Direct Mobilization in Canada},
  author={M. Morden},
  year={2015}
}
Since 1969, Indigenous contentious mobilization has become a fixed feature of public life in Canada. Demonstrations, marches, blockades and occupations are important repertoires of action for Indigenous peoples pursuing historical redress, contemporary recognition, and redistribution of lands and resources. Moreover, institutionalized action channeled primarily through Indian Act band councils and associated peak advocacy organizations increasingly faces legitimacy challenges in Indigenous… Expand

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