Petition Closed

Native Women of Canada have suffered under the longest and most violent Act of Cultural Genocide in the History of the World. We campaign for Equal Treatment with a Voice without presentation from Non-Native Women or Men.  Please Remove all the Self-Declared Aboriginal People working within the Federal Government Institutions of Canada and Provincial State and allow Native Women, Metis, Inuit to Heal the Aboriginal people who are held within institutions. Remove all Self-Delcared Aboriginal Peoples in any Government holding an Aboriginal Job. We do not recognize them, as part of the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada unless they are legally recognized by a First Nations band, Metis Nation or Inuit Peoples. They do not pop up from no where, and become Aboriginal. The Government of Canada is enforcing a discriminatory practise within their structure of hiring, when they do not understand our culture, language, or tradtions. Promote First Nations Healing Methods that are passed down from generation to generation. Native Women are Demanding a Voice and the Removal of Racialized, Sexual Discrimination and Violence within all the Policies and Legislative Acts of Canada - and promote culturally appropraite family laws, healing technology and methods and education. Stop homelessness of Native Women of Canada. Remove legislated Poverty of Native Women and Native Families and Promote Equity within the continued process. Native Women want to work, obtain an education, recieve proper health care, have housing, as per our customs. Native women have say on all matters concerning family and children in courts. Do not take our children and assimmilate them into the larger society; Native Women demand Safety and Protection for themselves and their children in legal agreements with Canada. Native Women Campaign for Basic Human Rights Canada where it is denied.

Letter to
Federal Government of Canada HARPER, the Right Hon. Stephen, P.C., B.A., M.A.
I just signed the following petition addressed to:

HARPER, the Right Hon. Stephen, P.C., B.A., M.A..
Office of the Prime Minister
80 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2

Fax: 613-941-6900

E-mail: pm@pm.gc.ca
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Human Rights for Native Women of Canada

Campaigning for Justice; Culture, Traditions, Language, and Legal Hereditary Rights for our Children

Campaigning for Justice; Culture, Traditions, Language, and Legal Hereditary Rights for our Children

1) Native women experience Triple Jeopardy Discrimination from the time they are born: being a woman, a woman of color, and living within a lower income.

2) Native women experience racialized sexual violence from media images, news print, education - history, employment, from a partner or spouse, strangers, and within the layers of the Justice System, directly caused from the history of colonization and oppressive domination through the Indian Act. We want dignity, respect, and a voice!

3) Native women in North America are five times more likely than other women of the same age to die as the result of violence according to statistics North America

1. Native Women Need Housing, To live with Warmth, Safety, and Security

2. Native Women Require Proper Health Care, Education, Employment, and Training.

3. Native Women Want a Political Voice in North America; because they are denied basic human rights within the layers of the justice system and society

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Sincerely,

Sharon Lewis
Federation of Indigenous Women Canada