1971 - Canada: Native Study Group (NSG) formed

Group members feel that Marxism is a powerful tool that they could use to analyze their societal dynamics, including national liberation, self-determination, and the relationship between Indigenous peoples and Canada.

In 1971, former Narpers formalized the Native Study Group (NSG) with the mandate of creating revolutionary theory to the level where by an organization could be formed to do conscious revolutionary work.

– from Ray Bobb’s ‘Red Power and Socialist Study: 1967 – 1975’

Image source: The Canadian Palestine Association