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Kanienkehaka Elders Walter David Senior and Bob Skidders lead a march through Oka Quebec a year after the "Oka Crisis".
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Kanien'kehá:ka Elders, 1991, Carla Nemiroff, New Denver, British Columbia

A year after the stand-off at Oka, Quebec, Kanien'kehá:ka Elders Walter David Senior and Bob Skidders led a march through the community. The stand-off was an important moment in Indigenous resistance to the exploitation of unceded territories across Canada.

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New Denver, Canada
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© Carla Nemiroff.
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Image Source: Print from Negative Film
Date Taken: 07.1991
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Filed Under: Reconciliation
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Date Uploaded: Dec. 31, 2016, 3:41 p.m.
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