¡ bienvenidos - degemer mat - مرحباً marhabân - नमस्ते namasté - pjila'si !

¡ maeva - talofa - ongi etorri orori - welcome - bienvenue !

...en la cabaña de Flanagan el tallador de sueños, un refugio para los que tienen 'hambre del alma'

...inside Flanagan the dream chiseller's cabin, a resting place for curious eyes and hungry souls

...et chez Marie Diaz, rêveuse d'un monde à l'autre, semeuse d'histoires, tisseuse d'imaginaire


Bourges 2016 : L'Invisible lauréat du défi-lecture organisé par la Ligue de l'Enseignement & la Médiathèque


Nouvelle-Calédonie 2014 : l'Invisible lauréat du prix Livre Mon Ami - ici au collège Laura Boula sur l'île de Drehu-Lifou

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That cannot fly.
Hold fast to dreams
For when dreams go
Life is a barren field
Frozen with snow.'

Langston Hughes

[African-American poet, 1902-1967]

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jeudi 31 janvier 2013

Idle No More - First Nations People stand their ground.

Il s'agit d'une lutte AU PRESENT des Peuples Autochtones du Canada, pour la sauvegarde de leurs droits contre l'invasion des multinationales sur leurs terres dans le but se s'approprier les ressources naturelles. Mouvement soutenu et relayé par d'autres peuples amérindiens aux Etats-Unis et en Amérique latine.


Written by Jessica Gordon

We contend that:
The Treaties are nation to nation agreements between The Crown and First Nations who are sovereign nations. The Treaties are agreements that cannot be altered or broken by one side of the two Nations. The spirit and intent of the Treaty agreements meant that First Nations peoples would share the land, but retain their inherent rights to lands and resources. Instead, First Nations have experienced a history of colonization which has resulted in outstanding land claims, lack of resources and unequal funding for services such as education and housing.
Idle No More, Protest March - Canada, winter 2012-2013
We contend that:
The state of Canada has become one of the wealthiest countries in the world by using the land and resources. Canadian mining, logging, oil and fishing companies are the most powerful in the world due to land and resources. Some of the poorest First Nations communities  have mines or other developments on their land but do not get a share of the profit. The taking of resources has left many lands and waters poisoned – the animals and plants are dying in many areas in Canada. We cannot live without the land and water. We have laws older than this colonial government about how to live with the land.

We contend that:  
Currently, this government is trying to pass many laws so that reserve lands can also be bought and sold by big companies to get profit from resources. They are promising to share this time…Why would these promises be different from past promises? We will be left with nothing but poisoned water, land and air. This is an attempt to take away sovereignty and the inherent right to land and resources from First Nations peoples.

We contend that:
There are many examples of other countries moving towards sustainability, and we must demand sustainable development as well. We believe in healthy, just, equitable and sustainable communities and have a vision and plan of how to build them. Please join us in creating this vision.

Idle No More - Apoyo : Peguche Ecuador

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