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Kwatsan Nation flash mob (photos and video)
Dozens of people from the Kwatsan Nation broke out into song and traditional dance during a flash mob in front of Harkins Theater at the Yuma Palms Mall Saturday night, standing in solidarity with other Indigenous Peoples across the world for the Idle no More Movement. Idle No More is a movement to assert indigenous sovereignty, and to work towards sustainable, renewable development. The movement began in response to Canadian Bill C-45. Since the movement began on December 10, 2012, flash mobs and Round Dances continue to take place in Canada but have also sprouted up in Seattle, Washington; Grand Rapids, Michigan; and Minneapolis, Minnesota; and even internationally in Europe, New Zealand and the Ukraine.