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"No Olympics on Stolen Native Land" Resonates Across Canada

March 19, 2010

"No Olympics on Stolen Native Land" Resonates Across Canada

Struggles against the extractive industries could take center stage in post-Olympics organizing

Producers: Dawn Paley

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"No Olympics on Stolen Native Land" was the central slogan for those organizing in resistance to the 2010 Olympics. This piece looks at a few elements of the anti-Olympics movement, and explores some post-Olympics predictions.

All interviews and speeches were recorded during the anti-Olympics convergence in Vancouver in February, 2010.

Interviews include: Harsha Walia, Olympics Resistance Network; Melissa Elliot, Six Nations; Toghestiy (Warner Naziel), Wet'suwet'en; Arthur Manuel, Secwepemc Nation.

Music by Compassion Gorilla.

Produced with assistance from Citizen Shift.

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