It is our goal here, at The Moccasin Telegram, to help share many of the real and untold true stories, and share the untold truths of history, for a better tomorrow.
Stories that have never been shared or talked about with the Shoganosh, where the truth needs to be finally shared at all levels so that all peoples’ have an honest and translucent understanding of Canada’s First Peoples’.
A truth in fact is, as frustrating as the shoganosh can be in their own lack of knowledge and or understanding of First Nations, a truth is the majority of most shoganosh and others living across Canada today, simply do not know the truths, or the history of the Anishinaabek throughout Turtle Island.
A truth is, the real history of Indigenous Peoples’ of Turtle Island has never been shared, and almost never repeated or taught in classrooms throughout history. The truth is very few Canadians, shoganosh and all others included, know the history of the Anishinaabek, simply because the truth has too often never been shared.
The Moccasin Telegram team has only plans to share and keep it real.
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If you’re looking for a good starting point of view of where we are coming from and little bit clearer understanding of the Moccasin Telegram from a starter’s position, please take a few moments to have a listen to former Grand Chief, Georges Erasmus regarding Canada Day from an indigenous perspective, dating back to 1992.
Wishing all a good life. Mino Bimaadiziwin