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Indians in Cyberspace
by Mike MacDonald

Who is artinjun.ca?
by Cheryl L'Hirondelle

First Nations in Cyberspace
by Mike Patterson

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Indians in Cyberspace
by Mike MacDonald

Mike MacDonaldIn the early 90s I met the director of a new media school in Vancouver. She wanted to know if I had a web site- in those days I didn't even have a computer. She asked why Indians were not on the Web and argued passionately that we should be.

Who is artinjun.ca?
by Cheryl L'Hirondelle

artinjun.caFrom the standpoint of the sneak up, and as marginalized beings who continue to survive, we can infiltrate these systems, get what we need and retain our sense of sovereignty - but this requires us to question and even break rules.

First Nations in Cyberspace: Two Worlds and Tricksters - Where the Forest meets the Highway
by Mike Patterson

Mike PattersonPart of the Native movement to self-determination today is contained in prophecies that call for a re-reckoning of the role of Natives in larger society. These prophecies can be seen as the philosophy or spiritual teaching behind Native self-determination. They are ancient and hard to date, but they arose with great strength in the early to mid-90s, as events such as Kahnesetake (Oka) in 1990 foreshadowed a resurgence of Native activism, and the arrival of a new generation to lead to the future, and into cyberspace.


 
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