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"No Olympics on Stolen Native Land" Resonates Across Canada

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

by Dawn Paley

Take Back our City demonstration, February 12, 2010 // No Future Face
Take Back our City demonstration, February 12, 2010 // No Future Face

'No Olympics on Stolen Native Land' was a central slogan for those organizing in resistance to the 2010 Olympics. This piece looks at different interpretations of the anti-Olympics movement, and what the future might hold.

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, Art Manuel, Secwepemc Nation.

Music by Compassion Gorilla.

Produced with assistance from Citizen Shift.

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