1999-10-16 Segment 1

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Description

Dan Smoke teaches listeners about border crossing events, an event where Indigenous peoples exercise their right to free access and to carry goods across the Canada/US border as stated in the Jay Treaty of 1760. Dan then uses the Jay Treaty as an example which Indigenous and non-Indigenous groups must emulate today as a way to enter into good-faith negotiations about how to use resources fairly.

Creator

Dan Smoke, Mary Lou Smoke

Episode Date

1999-10-16

Segment Timestamp

2:18.911 - 15:20.570

Host(s)

Dan Smoke, Mary Lou Smoke

Transcriber(s)

Hailey Zanth

Collection

Citation

Dan Smoke, Mary Lou Smoke, “1999-10-16 Segment 1,” Smoke Signals Radio Show Archive, accessed July 18, 2024, https://archive.fims.uwo.ca/smokesignals/items/show/2550.