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Chief Spence of Attawapiskat is on a Hunger Strike for First Nations People of Canada. Calling for world wide support to End Racism in Canada


Chief Spence of Attawapiskat went on a Hunger Strike December 11th, 2012

We are seeking world wide support for Prime Minister Harper to meet with her and Native Leaders Across Canada to resolve the problems of:

Housing crisis on First Nation Reserves across Canada.

Health care crisis for Native Peoples

Employment and Education Crisis for First Nations Peoples of Canada

End the Land and Resource theft of First Nations Peoples of Canada

Stop taking our First Nations Children

Remove Legislated Poverty of First Nations Peoples of Canada

First Nations People want a Voice,

Native People want Housing, Native People want to eat!!!

Native People want to work, Native People want to build up our families after the Residential School Era.

Native People want Language Rights in Canada

Native Peoples have a Government older than Canada - we want it recognized in the Word of Law and Justice Structure

Native Peoples of Canada live in Legislated Poverty - time to remove racist legislation.

Chief Spence wants Harper to sit down with all the Native Leaders of Canada to discuss and resolve the issues.

I am seeking International Supports for Chief Spence on her Hunger Strike. She is becoming very weak,
she is taking a stand for all First Nations Peoples of Canada. Please support in any way you can...

Federation of Indigenous Women Canada is Calling out for Support World - Wide to End Discrimination

Universal Support to pressure Stephen Harper - Canadian Prime Minister to meet with all First Nations Leaders
would end this Hunger Strike and Save Chief Spence' life...because she is dying.

Huy Ch Q'u Sharon Lewis


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