Continue Reading... Workshop March 9th – The Icarus Project: radical peer-based mental wellness organizing
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Workshop March 9th – The Icarus Project: radical peer-based mental wellness organizing

As part of the “Let’s Talk about Mental Health” conference being held at the University of Ottawa on the weekend…

Continue Reading... Towards anti-violence, anti-colonialism and consensual relationships: Interpretations from a non-Indigenous settler woman
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Towards anti-violence, anti-colonialism and consensual relationships: Interpretations from a non-Indigenous settler woman

Kristen Gilchrist self-identifies as a non-Indigenous woman with Scottish, Welsh, French-Canadian and Ojibway relations, living on un-surrendered Algonquin lands. She’s…

Continue Reading... Naandwedidaa (healing one another): a poem
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Naandwedidaa (healing one another): a poem

This poem was recently published in Honouring Indigenous Women: Hearts of Nations vol.2, put out by IPSMO – Indigenous Peoples…

Continue Reading... Idle No More: What does Chief Spence’s hunger strike mean?
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Idle No More: What does Chief Spence’s hunger strike mean?

Native peoples in this country have endured much worse than the disrespect Prime Minister Harper showed on Dec 21, tweeting…

Continue Reading... Idle No More pamphlets for printing – in english, french and spanish
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Idle No More pamphlets for printing – in english, french and spanish

I’ve been working with Taiaiake Alfred to produce a pamphlet for the Idle No More movement. It’s of a piece…

Continue Reading... Issues in and about the media
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Issues in and about the media

So what do people talk about when they meet for six consecutive weeks to discuss media issues? Such were the…

Continue Reading... Media Ecosystem: Growing better media gardens
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Media Ecosystem: Growing better media gardens

How to create better, more ‘organic’ media culture The Media Ecosystem: What Ecology Can Teach Us About Responsible Media Practice…

Continue Reading... PowerShift interviews – Winona LaDuke and Harsha Walia
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PowerShift interviews – Winona LaDuke and Harsha Walia

LaDuke speaks candidly about food- and energy- self-reliance, Indigenous sovereignty, and more (35min) … Walia speaks on anti-oppression, decolonization and…