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Shoal Lake 40 Solidarity

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Stewart Redsky, Curator of Shoal Lake 40's Museum of Canadian Human Rights Violations (photo credit: Angela Failler)

Stewart Redsky, Curator of Shoal Lake 40's Museum of Canadian Human Rights Violations (photo credit: Angela Failler)

Chief Erwin Redsky describes how Shoal Lake 40 became an artificial island (photo credit: Karen Sharma)

Chief Erwin Redsky describes how Shoal Lake 40 became an artificial island (photo credit: Karen Sharma)

CSRG members tour Shoal Lake 40's "living museum" (photo credit: Karen Sharma)

CSRG members tour Shoal Lake 40's "living museum" (photo credit: Karen Sharma)

Shoal Lake 40's water container handling facility (photo credit: Karen Sharma)

Shoal Lake 40's water container handling facility (photo credit: Karen Sharma)

CSRG members peruse exhibit materials (photo credit: Angela Failler)

CSRG members peruse exhibit materials (photo credit: Angela Failler)

CSRG members stand on Shoal Lake 40's temporary bridge (photo credit: Karen Sharma)

CSRG members stand on Shoal Lake 40's temporary bridge (photo credit: Karen Sharma)

Future site of the "Freedom Road" (photo credit: Angela Failler)

Future site of the "Freedom Road" (photo credit: Angela Failler)




The Cultural Studies Research Group (CSRG) and its members have been learning from the community of Shoal Lake 40 First Nation and its activism on water security. Follow the Features links below to find out more about the CSRG's participation in Shoal Lake solidarity.