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While there is solidarity among Aboriginal peoples because of this, men and women 40 Women Making Constitutions have not had identical experiences. The reality of gender role distinction and especially, of the imposition of European-derivative and Christianityconditioned patriarchy, has constructed Aboriginal women’s specific experiences with colonialism. For Aboriginal women, then, struggling against sexism, racism and colonialism is complicated by the intersecting allegiances with other Aboriginal men and by the reality that settler women and men are complicit in and benefit from the colonial policies of their government.
Since 1982, Aboriginal peoples exist in the constitutional declaration of the vision of Project Canada, in an uneasy and undefined relationship with the colonizing state. The judiciary has an important role in defining the parameters of that relationship. And post-1982, citizens are foregrounded as necessary and legitimating agents of constitutional life. Subsequent efforts to change the Constitution have been characterized by the will of many Canadians to be involved. Indeed, the legitimacy of mega-constitutional politics may now be dependent on the inclusive nature of consultative processes leading to new agreements; a democratic imprimatur is now implicitly necessary, while prior to 1982 it was assumed to be conferred by the participation of First Ministers in the elite fora of executive federalism.
Liberation includes the possibility of traditional or contemporary institutions and practices chosen by the colonized. It includes reparations for the damage wreaked by colonial practices, which have not coincidentally enriched the complacent and historically oblivious colonial or settler populations. Truly liberatory constitutional and legal strategies must be able to advance these political and cultural objectives, and not simply reduce Aboriginal and women’s claims to simple equality with the not-so-neutral white male norm in the colonial state.