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#OccupyINAC Vancouver declares victory after ministers agree to meeting | rabble.ca

2.5.16

#OccupyINAC Vancouver declares victory after ministers agree to meeting | rabble.ca: The group of Indigenous mothers, who call themselves the Council of Mothers, ended their occupation of the INAC offices in Vancouver on Saturday April 23 and will meet with the ministers to discuss their demands, including funding for Indigenous languages and Cultural Connections for Aboriginal Youth.

The Council of Mothers, along with their children, a father, and youth, joined in on the national #OccupyINAC movement when they began their occupation of the Vancouver INAC offices on April 18.

For six days, the group remained in the lobby of the INAC office in solidarity with the youth of Attawapiskat.


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