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Sacred Site in the city, paved for profit? ** UPDATE – NEW LINK FROM MAY 30, 2019 ** Detailed, annotated resource guide that has a lot of what was discussed at the walk, plus links to documentation and further information: https://equitableeducation.ca/2019/sacred-site-guide   ** ORIGINAL DETAILS IN ADVANCE OF WALKS ** Starts: Saturday 12:00 noon or […]

This appendixed poem on mental health and belonging was written for / originally published in the astrological PlanetWaves.net 2015 annual edition, Cosmophilia: You Belong Here.   ~~~~~   PSYCHOVARIANT BELONGING by Greg Macdougall disassociation when you feel that you don’t belong don’t want to belong in what’s going on leave this world, find other reality […]

Featuring: 8 articles, 22 videos, 3 audio interviews, 2 photo albums, 3 PDFs, 1 poem, and quoted in a toolkit. Covering the time period from the winter solstice 2012 to the winter solstice 2013. I sent this out in my newsletter (which you can read here, including the intro message). And note, maybe now would […]

Interviewed here by Craig Fortier for a research project on decolonization and Indigenous solidarity, Greg Macdougall has been active with IPSMO, the Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Movement Ottawa, for the past five years. Prior to that he was already involved in independent media organizing and media-making; he has published an Aboriginal Understanding booklet that includes some […]

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Final (former) CEO Simon Brascoupé on the work NAHO had been doing and what it will mean now that the organization has been closed due to a federal government 2012 budget funding cut decision. 20 minute video (link on youtube) and accompanying article below.     Millions sought NAHO information by Greg Macdougall This article […]

PDF versions (for offline reading, use as handouts): Four 8.5×11 pages (single- or double-sided printing) Two 11×17 pages (double-sided printing then fold) —- People are Mad. And they’re doing something about it. Mental health awareness is gradually gaining ground, and so are radical alternatives to mainstream approaches. Community-based initiatives by and for the so-called crazies […]

This poem was recently published in Honouring Indigenous Women: Hearts of Nations vol.2, put out by IPSMO – Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Movement Ottawa, a group I am a member of. The poem was written some time ago, when I was taking an Ojibwe language course in Kitchener, Ontario. For more on the language, you can […]