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Two New Warrior Publications T-Shirts; Black T-Shirts in Stock

One of two new designs, this one features the iconic image from the 1990 Oka Crisis depicting a masked and armed warrior confronting a Canadian soldier.

One of two new designs, this one features the iconic image from the 1990 Oka Crisis depicting a masked and armed warrior confronting a Canadian soldier.

by Warrior Publications, Oct 2, 2015

There are two new t-shirt designs that can be ordered from Warrior Publications.  One is a design to mark the 25 year anniversary of the “Oka Crisis”, the other a west coast version of the Warrior flag, both by Kwakwaka’wakw artist Gord Hill.  In addition, we also have black t-shirts in stock for all 5 T-Shirt designs.

Click below the fold to see the other design as well as the black versions of previous ones.  We’ll also be adding black hoodie sweatshirts shortly.  To view and order t-shirts click here, or go the top menu bar and click T-Shirts. Read the rest of this entry

Native Veteran arrested for carrying Native Flag, Remembrance Day 2013

Two Natives were arrested during Remembrance Day events in Toronto, Nov 11, 2013, Davyn Calfchild for carrying a Haudenosaunee flag, the other for carrying a Mohawk Warrior flag.  A third person, the videographer, was also arrested. Read the rest of this entry

The Warrior/Unity Flag

WarriorPublications.wordpress.com, March 18, 2012

The Warrior flag is a common sight at Native protests, occupations, and other actions across North America. It is a distinct flag, featuring a Native in profile with a golden sun behind on a red background. The flag first gained prominence during the 1990 Oka Crisis and has been dubbed the “Mohawk Warrior Flag” as well as the “Unity Flag.” Read the rest of this entry