#IdleNoMore Chief Theresa Spence – Day 13 – Team Joins Twitter!

Follow Chief Spence on Twitter – Voice of #chieftheresa and her team. “I am on my 13th day and not stopping until the meeting takes place. Grassroots pple keep making noise” directly at https://twitter.com/ChiefTheresa
Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence (middle) sits between supporters Danny Matatawabin (left) and Angela Bercier in a teepee on Victoria Island in Ottawa during her hunger strike.  (JULIE OLIVER/OTTAWA CITIZEN)

December 20, 2012 – Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence sits between supporters Danny Matatawabin (left) and Angela Bercier in a teepee on Victoria Island in Ottawa near Parliament Hill during her nearly 2 week hunger strike. (Photo by Julie Oliver)

Mohawk Workers have embedded the @CheifTheresa Twitter feed at the top of our website for those who wish to stay updated and do not use twitter.


About Rotinonshonni ónhwe - Tkanatáhere

We belong to families organized pursuant to ancient ways. Ka-nyen-geh-ha-kah (Mohawks) of Grand River support site. "Very simply, frauds and deceit have usurped this war reparation and robbed our people of what is rightfully ours, leaving us with only a Land Claim. Broken deals, fraud, embezzlement and genocide – and worse – all perpetrated at the unclean hands of too many to count at this time. We are (Mohawks) Ka-nyen-geh-ha-kah of Grand River, founders of the Five Nation League and what some call the "Great Peace".

2 responses to “#IdleNoMore Chief Theresa Spence – Day 13 – Team Joins Twitter!”

  1. Cori Derickson says :

    All my Prayers, Honor and Respect for Theresa Spence….You have awakened the people!

  2. Theresa Yetman says :

    We are a Caravan from Northern Manitoba called the Mother Theresa Caravan of Northern Manitoba. On the morning of Boxing Day four vehicles with 11 people left Thompson Manitoba enroute to Ottawa to support Chief Theresa Spence. We are blessed that a group of traditional people in Winnipeg have joined us on our journey.

    We have 5 pipes including the grand mother pipe which honours motherhood and the lead pipe placed on the dash board of the lead vehicle to guide and protect us on our journey. We have in our possession ashes from ceremonial fires and sacred sites in Northern and Southern Manitoba with the intent of combining these with Chief Spence’s sacred fire. We submit Chief Spence has rekindled THE sacred fire of turtle island. In adding our ashes to Chief Spence’s sacred fire, we transmit our love and enduring gratitude to our Creator and Chief Spence for giving birth to and fuelling the Reclamation of Nationhood – our spirit is Idle No More. We seek leave to gather ashes from Chief Spence’s fire to bring back to Manitoba to share with those unable to make this substantial trek. Chief Spence’s sacred ashes may then be added to emergent, rekindled home and ceremonial fires that the full blessings of this time may become evermore widespread throughout our home and Native Lands.

    Upon arrival, we intend to have a pipe ceremony at Chief Spence’ s camp to offer our prayers, love and support. The actions we take reaffirms our message of Kechi’ Okawemow, leader of motherhood, keeper of natural laws and the caring and stewardship of Mother Earth. Even with the diversity of the Indigenous people, the message of Kechi Okawemow is a common thread of Indigenous People.

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