A Warrior’s Message: Milton Born With A Tooth
“Nature, my boss, is unforgiving” states First Nations activist Milton Born With A Tooth in a powerful message on how the world must come together as global people to face our common global problem, climate change.
“The people behind the camera didn’t just choose and Indian here in Canada. They chose a warrior who has scars. I’ve got dog bites. I was gonna be put in jail for the rest of my life. I have to let you know because you need to understand that this battle that we have been fighting is real. What makes it more concerning to me as a warrior is that I understand the darknesses that’s coming. I don’t want to fight. I wish this on no one, because I am hoping that the people that go to school and become educated, like in this university where we are, I have hope, every day, that they will find a way, how to get along, and let’s get beyond the differences, and let’s move on because we don’t know when the next storm is gonna come. But if we follow nature we will at least have a chance.”
The principles of reconciliation, cooperation and mutual respect lie at the heart of Milton Born With A Tooth’s passionate plea for human solidarity and purposeful action. It is a warrior’s message on the brink of a campaign to protect our common home, the earth, and a future worth fighting for.