This chapter examines the connections between Ojibwe assertions of sovereignty through their labor and the activism of later generations of Ojibwes as part of the treaty rights movement that began in the 1970s. It concludes that the Ojibwes' struggles to challenge colonialism on their own economic and political terms made them the resilient and vibrant people that they are today.
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