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Influencing Through Arts and Action: The Power of Authenticity
Storyteller, artist, poet, and activist, Linnea Dick, redefines the concept of “influencer” through her life and work by showing up with authenticity, the importance of role models and using social media for good. Host/Producer: Kirsten Mathison
July 7, 2020

Laughing Through Taboo: The art of comedy in film
Anishinaabe artist and filmmaker JL Whitecrow discusses using comedy to address difficult topics, the importance of Indigenous voices in film and the expectations facing Indigenous creatives. Host/Producer: Shelby Lisk
July 1, 2020

The Noise of The Heartbeat: Mi’kmaq Songs and Culture Revitalized
Mi’kmaq musician and Elder George Paul shares his musical journey, his work in cultural revitalization and a creation story of his people. Host/Producer: Julianna Peter-Paul
June 27, 2020

Rising From the Ashes through Wâhkôhtowin: A Story of Hope
Best-selling author and Métis-Cree scholar Jesse Thistle discusses storytelling, his memoir, academic research, and his journey back from homelessness and addiction. Thistle explores the realities of intergenerational trauma, colonial violence, prejudice and culture. Host/Producer: Michelle Gowan
June 22, 2020

Using Humour For Healing: Writing Words of Wisdom
Drew Hayden Taylor, Anishinabee author, talks about his writing journey and shares advice for new writers. He approaches the topic with his brand of Indigenous humour and through a cross-genre lens. Host/Producer: Kayla Stephens
June 21, 2020

Ghost Town Stories: Wolf Lake First Nation
The ghost town, Wolf Lake First Nation, and the history of its people are discussed through the lens of three generations. Host/Producer Naomi Robinson speaks with her grandmother and mother.
June 21, 2020

Forever On FIlm: Movies Preserving Inuit Language and Culture
Filmmaker Lucy Tulugarjuk discusses her career path, after starring in the first Inuktitut film, Atanarjuat. She talks about Indigenous women in film, and shares advice to those aspiring to work in the industry. Host/Producer: Tessa Kunuk
June 21, 2020

One With the Land: Sinixt Perspective and Identity – Part 1
Arrow Lakes Facilitator for Colville Confederated Tribes, Shelly Boyd, discusses Sinixt identity and worldviews, what it means to live in unity with the land and her thoughts on social, political and environmental justice. Host/Producer: Kayla Tillapaugh (Photo Credit for Kayla Tillapaugh: Sharon Stoddart)
June 21, 2020

Be Willing To Be Uncomfortable: Racism and Parenting
Canadian Screen Award-winning filmmaker Tasha Hubbard speaks on racism, Indigenous parenting, and a way forward in Canada. Tasha’s film “nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up” examines the impact of the death of Colten Boushie and his family’s fight for justice. Host/Producer: Raven Richards. #JusticeForColten
June 21, 2020

The Long Road to Representation: Culture Shifts in Film – Part 1
In the first half of a two-part series, actor, director and producer Jennifer Podemski discusses her career, Inidgenous representation in the film industry and why she created Canada’s first Indigenous-owned production company. Host/Producer: Dave Beverly-Foster
June 21, 2020
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