The Men, Women, and Children of the Oka Crisis

The defense of Kanesatake, also called the Oka crisis, took place July 11th twenty years ago. On July 10th and 11th, The Mohawk community commemorated the anniversary through a variety of events. One of the events was a panel presentation on what the defense of Kanasatake actually meant to the men, the women, and the children.

To download the two part panel presentation, please press here for part one and here for part two.

You can also stream part one here:

http://previous.ncra.ca/business/admin_ncra/progex/programFiles/53/11_Panel_WalterDavid_CliftonNicholas_EllenGabriel_final_part1.MP3″

And part two here:

http://previous.ncra.ca/business/admin_ncra/progex/programFiles/53/11_Panel_WalterDavid_CliftonNicholas_EllenGabriel_final_part2.MP3″

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