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"They love everything about Indigenous Peoples, except the people"

November 3, 2009

"They love everything about Indigenous Peoples, except the people"

A talk by Gord Hill

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"The government wants to say, 'It's all great here. We have a great relationship with Indigenous peoples.' We're saying no, that's false. That's a lie that the governments, the corporations and the Olympics are perpetrating."

These are some of the words of Gord Hill, member of the Kwakwak'wakw Nation, editor of No2010.com, and resident of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

In this talk, recorded at UBC's Green College on October 19th, 2009, Hill discusses the history behind the slogan "No Olympics on Stolen Native Land."

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