Idle No More seeks social awareness for reservations | The Daily Utah Chronicle

“I feel like this is a way to show respect, because in one way, we’re losing our culture,” said Quinn C. Benaly, a sophomore in mathematics. “We could still prosper, but it’s like — this is the only way we can show respect.”The circle was organized by Idle No More, an activist movement that originated in Canada.Charles Alires, a senior in sociology, helped organize the event.He said that Idle No More is about land and water sovereignty, First Nations people and business rights. He expressed concern for the people living on reservations.“I just got back from South Dakota … [the youth] really don’t have … much opportunity out there,” Alires said. “But they’re doing a great job, letting their voices be heard and trying to make a difference.”

via Idle No More seeks social awareness for reservations | The Daily Utah Chronicle.

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