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At a up to date convention in Saskatchewan, indigenous and non-indigenous delegates from North and South the US, New Zealand, Australia, and Europe addressed cultural recovery and the problems and demanding situations confronting Aboriginal peoples because of decolonization. Their target was once to figure out how Aboriginal cultural rights in postcolonial societies will be restored and the way to discover new techniques for shielding, therapeutic, and restoring cultures and languages of long-oppressed peoples.
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It is important because it has become the place of meeting for hundreds of Indigenous peoples, coming from every continent and nearly every country of the globe. It gives Indigenous peoples the opportunity to discover - with their own eyes and ears - the powerful truths that they number in the hundreds of millions and that they are not alone. This is why I do not despair at the political frictions and repeated delays in achieving our goal of the adoption of a United Nations declaration on the rights of Indigenous peoples.
From a historical perspective, moreover, is it any wonder that the intensity of violence at the family and community levels is so much higher just a few hundred kilometres to the south, in the United States? I will leave you with this question. The tragic experience of colonization is a shared experience, and the oppressors as well as the oppressed need healing if the cycles of external aggression and self-destruction are to be discontinued. Prologue Having made these points, I would like to turn briefly to a more hopeful discussion of what T see as positive developments in the decolonization of Indigenous peoples.
5 Thus, small-scale, routine adjustments in a context can turn into a more unconfined transformation. If the conditionality of any context is overcome, then people do not simply remain outside all context but also create new assumptions and contexts: "At any moment people may think or associate with one another in ways that overstep the boundaries of the conditional worlds in which they have moved till then. You can see or think in ways that conflict with the established context of thought even before you have deliberately and explicitly revised the context.
Reclaiming Indigenous Voice and Vision by Marie Ann Battiste