Wrongs to Rights:
ed. Steve Heinrichs
This 2-sided poster published in Wrongs to Rights (pp. 34-35, 124-125) includes:
- Indigenous People who Struggled for Rights
By listening to historic and contemporary Indigenous activists, artists, land defenders, and language preservers, we understand why the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is so vital. Every Indigenous right recognized in the Declaration has been routinely and systematically trampled on – and this has been justified by Settler society.
- Christian Settlers who honoured Indigenous Rights
The Settler Church has done much harm to Indigenous peoples. Yet, alongside the dark and dominant stories of betrayal (stories we need to know and embrace), there are also small, alternative narratives that we can draw inspiration from – stories of Settler Christians who walked in solidarity with host peoples.
Also see related Yours, Mine, Ours Timeline Poster, available separately.
|Publisher||Mennonite Church Canada|