We are in danger of becoming institutionalized and predictable as a movement, or worse, becoming kind of a giant Facebook rant that like all Facebook rants is a closed circle easily ignored which has no real relation to things actually happening in people’s lives. What this means if we are committed to making change and achieving justice for our people is that we need to alter our strategies and tactics to present more of a serious challenge on the ground to force the federal government to engagement our movement and to respond to us in a serious way.
George Littlechild, Healing the Spirit Within, 2005
George Littlechild, Colombus’ Red Indian, Mixed media on Canvas, 1992
George Littlechild, Never Again, Mixed Media, 1993
My late Mother Rachel Littlechild, at Residential School, age 9, 1938 Ermineskin Indian Residential School, Hobbema, Alberta.
George Littlechild, Hard Work, Mixed Media on paper, 2012