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Education-ally Speaking: Social Justice and Schools
John Croutch, Indigenous cultural competency trainer at U of T and Wikwemikong First Nation member, speaks about experiential learning, allyship, social justice and reimagining education. Host/Producer: Roha Hena
Sept 25, 2020

Feeding Dreams, Building Pride: Asia Youngman’s journey to filmmaking
Award-winning Vancouver based filmmaker Asia Youngman, of Cree, Métis and Haudenosaunee descent shares the early opportunities that allowed her to find her passion, and feed her imagination, helping to build her confidence and career. Her success not withstanding, this episode ends with a strong call to the media industry to better support female Indigenous talent both in front and behind the camera. Host/Producer: Kirsten Mathison
Sept 22, 2020

Pasqua First Nation: Leading for the Future – Part 2
In part 2, Chief Matthew Todd Peigen of the Pasqua First Nation discusses how their little Nation searches for big solutions from the impacts of solution mines and other industrial developments which could put their land and water in peril. Host/Producer: Devon Blind
Sept 18, 2020

Putting the Care Back In Canadian Health Care
U of T medical student Rebecca Crawford, who is Turtle Clan from Snimikobi Algonquin Nation, discusses her experiences as an Indigenous medical student and the need for the healthcare system to be re-evaluated. Host/Producer: Roha Hena
Sept 11, 2020

Pasqua First Nation: Leading for the Future – Part 1
Chief Matthew Todd Peigen of the Pasqua First Nation discusses the history of Pasqua, sustainability, technology and investing for prosperity – Part 1 of 2. Host/Producer: Devon Blind
Sept 8, 2020

From Mi’kmaq Hippy to Indigenous chart star: Stories From the Pow-wow Trail
Tune in for stories of adventure, magic, and coincidence from the pow-wow trail with musician Tee Cloud as he and Host, Julianna Peter-Paul discuss his journey as an artist and the challenges of revitalzing culture in their community. Host/Producer: Julianna Peter-Paul
Sept 4, 2020

Quiet Long Enough: The Rise of Political Unrest
Culture lost and found, racism and the movement rising against it are discussed by two generations of Indigenous women. Host/Producer: Tanicia Wright
Sept 2, 2020

Three Generations of Change: Igloolik on the Rise
Tessa Kunuk and Rhoda Angutimarik Recinos, her mother, a teacher and business owner, discuss how life has changed in their Northern community of Igloolik over the last three generations. Host/Producer: Tessa Kunuk
Aug 28, 2020

Dark Night, Enlightening Experience: A Sasquatch Story
Shelby Anderson and her father discuss what it was like to encounter a Sasquatch one dark night driving between Edmonton and Slave Lake. Host/Producer: Shelby Anderson
Aug 25, 2020

Extinction and Reconnection: A Sinixt Reflection
Derrick LaMere, War Pony Pictures founder and Native American documentary filmmaker, discusses his latest films which explore the Sinixt declaration of extinction and their fight to regain their territorial rights. Host/Producer: Kayla Tillapaugh (Photo Credit for Kayla Tillapaugh: Sharon Stoddart)
Aug 22, 2020
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