Native Rights and the Struggle Against the Tar Sands

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The Canadian Tar Sands Project threatens the land and lives of communities across the continent. Clayton Thomas-Muller, member of the Mathias Colomb Cree Nation of Northern Manitoba and Co-Director of the Indigenous Tar Sands Campaign, Organizer for Defenders of the Land and Idle No More, shares the potential to protect the people and the environment and resist big oil and corporate power. Part of the Will Miller Social Justice Lecture Series.

The Will Miller Social Justice Lecture series brings speakers to the UVM campus and the Burlington community to provide a continuing program of radical analyses of social, ecological and political concerns. The series is dedicated to Will Miller, Vermont’s activist philosopher and UVM Philosophy Professor for 35 years.

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