Anushka Nagiir 'Indigenous Environmental Activism & the Law' - Session Two

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Scholarly level: 
Undergraduate student
Date created: 
2015-03-26
Keywords: 
Colonialism
Capitalism
Sovereignty
Aboriginal rights
Mount Polley
Tailings pond
Law
Indigenous environmental activism
Food security
Secwepemc Nation
Anushka Nagiir
Sustainability
Abstract: 

Anushka Nagji, also known as  Anushka In-Repair, is a poet, law graduate and political activist.  Anushka, who identifies as a settler to so-called 'Canada', also identifies her family's lineage and heritage from Gujarat, India.  Anushka has been involved in many protests in solidarity with various First Nations peoples of Canada; including Mount Polley, Unist'ot'en Camp and is currently residing within the Nunavut territories.

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Disclaimer: All testimonies are the experiences and beliefs of the individuals interviewed. 

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English
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