Everyday Acts of Micro Resistance

Let me preface this post by acknowledging that families are complicated. Even more so if you are Indigenous and have a history of intergenerational trauma from residential schools. Every day, Indigenous peoples grapple with this trauma and we watch these histories unfold before our eyes. Sometimes in visceral and violent ways. But also sometimes in … Continue reading Everyday Acts of Micro Resistance

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Srugoonch’uu hah tro’oonjıı: Visions of Social Equality and Respect in Canada’s Future

Having just arrived on Prince Edward Island to attend the highly anticipated A Bold Vision, I share with you my vision for Canada. This is published in A Bold Vision's conference anthology, available for purchase on Friday, September 23, 2014. Fish camp teaches many lessons. My own family’s fish camp is along the Nagwichoonjik (Mackenzie River), on … Continue reading Srugoonch’uu hah tro’oonjıı: Visions of Social Equality and Respect in Canada’s Future