March 30, 2017

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FINDING NEMO FINDS ITS VOICE – IN NAVAJO

FINDING NEMO FINDS ITS VOICE – IN NAVAJO

Nemo Hádéést’íí | Image source: www.navajonationmuseum.org Leading up to the June release of Disney/Pixar’s Finding Dory, the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, Ariz., recently released its year-long project dubbing Finding Nemo in the Navajo language. A unique partnership with one of the countr...
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MELINA LABOUCAN-MASSIMO

MELINA LABOUCAN-MASSIMO

Melina Laboucan-Massimo, member of the Lubicon Cree First Nation, discusses the impacts of the Tar Sands project on her family and her traditional territories. Melina shares about the significance of the land for her and the roots of her strength and knowledge. Melina points out that the Tar Sands is a...
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SELF-DETERMINATION & LAND STRUGGLE

SELF-DETERMINATION & LAND STRUGGLE

Toghestiy exposes the complex and varied extraction interests attempting to impose resource development projects in Wet’suwet’en territory; projects that are environmentally destructive and colonial-controlled. WET’SUWET’EN YINTAH—Despite having the majority of their homelands an...
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MUSKRAT SUMMER INSPIRED SALAD

MUSKRAT SUMMER INSPIRED SALAD

Chef Kai showcases a simple spring inspired salad 15-minute prep time Baby Lola Rosa Baby romaine Heirloom carrots Heirloom tomatoes Pimento pepper Golden beat Yellow pepper Beach mushrooms Fresh confetti flowers Baby pea tendrils Fresh thyme Fleur du sel Butter Vinaigrette 2 tablespoons extra virgin ol...
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CHRISSY SWAIN, DEFENDING GRASSY NARROWS

CHRISSY SWAIN, DEFENDING GRASSY NARROWS

Chrissy Swain shares about her connection to the land, the importance of youth defenders, and how some leadership should “smarten up” and be Anishinaabe. On December 2, 2002, youth and Elders of the Grassy Narrows First Nation established a blockade on a logging road in their territory and sparked one o...
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DUSTIN JOHNSON

DUSTIN JOHNSON

Dustin Johnson speaks to identity as key in defending the land. An interview with youth activist Dustin Johnson who was born and raised Tsimshian from the Killerwhale Clan from the northwest coast of BC. Dustin has worked on decolonization initiatives and anti-oppressive social justice organizing in Van...
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DOTAH’S HOUSE

DOTAH’S HOUSE

Jan welcomes us into “Dotah’s” House where the door is always open to listen, learn, heal, and laugh. In this issue Jan shares teachings about our relationship to the sustenance of the earth, Indigenous slow foods, and her on-going cultivation of Indigenous seeds, medicines, and food....
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THANKSGIVING HUNT

THANKSGIVING HUNT

Kory Snache takes us on a successful Thanksgiving Hunt and reveals the ultimate teaching of respect for life. Directed by Rebeka Tabobondung Kory shares his experiences learning to hunt from his uncles growing up in one of the most populated regions in Canada.
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CUPBOARD CLEAN UP

CUPBOARD CLEAN UP

Indigenous foodie John Croutch helps his friend decipher what not to eat by tossing out the ‘crap’ and replacing it with real food. Here are his top ten cupboard cleanup tips. Replace white bread and whole wheat bread with whole grain bread Switch from hydrogentated peanut butter to natural peanut butte...
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