Claire @ IsumaTV

About

18 March 2010

6008 views

Claire is an employee of IsumaTV and Isuma Productions; she has strong opinions about things, and wants to share them with you.

See more

Media on this Channel

  • 2m 27s

    Claire's solo protest in London Ontario

    uploaded by: clairelittoncohn

    channel: Claire @ IsumaTV

    I had a solo protest in solidarity with the Nunavut (and Ottawa...and anywhere else that was doing it) protestors. My sign isn't particularly funny or snappy, but it is true, and it did get a lot of people asking me questions, or at least frowning and reading it. One lady who was getting signatures on a petition for women's rights shouted, "Wooooo! Right on!" 

    uploaded date: 21-06-2012

  • 2m 59s

    My thoughts on responses to the food protests

    uploaded by: clairelittoncohn

    channel: Claire @ IsumaTV

    The protests on food prices that happened on June 9 were a revolutionary step towards bringing awareness of what's going on in Nunavut to people in the South. And the most common resopnse I heard was, "Well if you don't like it, you should move!" So I just wanted to share a few thoughts about that...and how stupid it is.

    uploaded date: 11-06-2012

  • 41s

    Introduction from Claire

    uploaded by: clairelittoncohn

    channel: Claire @ IsumaTV

     I just wanted to say hello and let people know the sorts of videos I'll be posting, as well as encourage anyone with a link or favorite video they want to share to let me know and I'll make sure it makes it to IsumaTV's Facebook and Twitter pages.

    uploaded date: 05-06-2012

  • Celebrity Injuns

    uploaded by: clairelittoncohn

    channel: Claire @ IsumaTV

    You know, the original title of this post was going to be "celebrity douchebags", because I can't believe that anyone would have enough gall to do what the so-called celebrities Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt have done: changed their names to something more Native American sounding.  Pratt and Montag changed their names to Runnin

    uploaded date: 05-04-2010

  • No Clean Feed

    uploaded by: clairelittoncohn

    channel: Claire @ IsumaTV

    When Australia's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd apologized for the treatment of its Aboriginal peoples, there were mixed responses.  Some of the non-indigenous Australians were enthusiastic about the possibilities for reconciliation; others felt that apologizing would give credence to the Aboriginal land claims, and, you know, they'll just want more restitution.  Give them an inch, and they'll take

    uploaded date: 18-03-2010