Petition: Indigenous leaders’ initiative for the Long March to Rome

14 Mar 2016

The Long March to Rome was born of a series of discussions held between Dr David Close, Dr Sandra Evers and David J. MacKinnon in Vancouver British Columbia during early Spring, 2014. Further discussions and meetings with numerous hereditary chiefs, elders and interveners representing First Nations groups in Canada and the United States led to a growing consensus that a petition should be presented to Pope Francis I, asking that he revoke the two papal bulls Romanus Pontifex (1455) and Inter Caetera (1493) as contrary to modern international law, and as violations of the basic human rights of aboriginal peoples worldwide.

A petition has now been launched in support of the Long March to Rome.

More information about the initiative can be found here: http://longmarchtorome.com

The petition can be signed here: https://www.change.org/p/pontifical-council-for-justice-and-peace-message-for-pope-francis-if-you-believe-in-equality-revoke-the-papal-bulls

 

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