One thing is certain, tomorrow’s meeting with the Prime Minister of Canada, the Governor General and Aboriginal leaders will take place; or it won’t.
Streaming through the media coverage, Twitter feeds and Facebook status’s surrounding a special strategy meeting with aboriginal leaders is overwhelming.
The majority of media concerns being expressed on behalf, or in light of, Idle No More take shape for and against the concept of liberation being proposed. However, the mainstream media tonight has been absent with any grass roots voice, especially from the women of Canada’s aboriginal nations.
In light of this absence here is one such voice coming out tonight from The Delta in Ottawa. A voice of an aboriginal woman with a message so important that it may galvanize and set the tone for all to follow as negotiations run late into the night.
For those of you around the world, share this within your online social circles. For it, just by itself, speaks of the power in all aboriginal women worldwide.
Perhaps it will change the way Canadians perceive the Idle No More movement. It has realigned this editor back to where the focus of all of this remains, take a listen: