National chief looks to put internal strife behind, make AFN ‘relevant’ again – APTN News

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National chief looks to put internal strife behind, make AFN ‘relevant’ again – APTN News

by ahnationtalk on October 22, 202116 Views

‘The real work ahead is making sure that the organization does address these criticisms,’ says RoseAnne Archibald on N2N

RoseAnne Archibald hit the ground running after becoming Assembly of First Nations national chief in July—from the frontlines of the lobster wars in Nova Scotia to ground zero for the discovery of unmarked graves in British Columbia.

It’s a bid to build grassroots support for an organization long accused of being irrelevant and cozying up to colonial governments, Archibald explains on the latest episode of Nation to Nation.

“We have to become a relevant organization, we have to get in touch with people, and we have to be connected to people. And so that’s my work as national chief,” she says. “This is why I’m going to communities—because I want them to know that I am here as national chief to support them in their work.”

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