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Reservation Dogs: A Start in Rezpresentation in Television

Reservation Dogs: A Start in Rezpresentation in Television

Still from Reservation Dogs | Image credit: FX Network The highly acclaimed Reservation Dogs is being praised in the Indigenous community and beyond. A comedy television series showcases Indigenous youth lives on an Oklahoma reservation, the first series to be filmed entirely in the United States. Creat...
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A LOOK BACK: Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto 2020

A LOOK BACK: Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto 2020

Section 35 founder, Justin Louis | Photo by Nadya Kwandibens  Due to unprecedented times worldwide, the shift from in-person events has turned to virtual and online streaming. The biennial Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto (IFWTO) presented 15 designers showcasing innovative and choreographed runway prese...
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2020: Taming the Wétiko Virus: 2021

2020: Taming the Wétiko Virus: 2021

“Windigo” by Norval Morrisseau, 1964. MUSKRAT Reflections for a New Year Yes, this is another reflection piece for 2020. No, it will not be a list of events you can easily find with a Google search. Still, no year in review can skip over the impact of the COVID-19 virus that has, at minimum,...
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HOLDING ARTISTS ACCOUNTABLE IS NOT “LATERAL VIOLENCE”

HOLDING ARTISTS ACCOUNTABLE IS NOT “LATERAL VIOLENCE”

Michelle Latimer directed Inconvenient Indian which debuted at TIFF this year | Image source: Toronto International Film Festival All Indigenous people have their own unique experiences living in a colonial state. Some are well connected to their homelands others not, some can speak their languages and...
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Queering the North: Inuksuk High School’s Pride Week

Queering the North: Inuksuk High School’s Pride Week

Students at Inuksuk High School. All photos by Tess Thurber. 2019 was a year to celebrate and reflect in Nunavut. It was the territory’s 20th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Supreme Court of Canada’s decision that began the process to decriminalize homosexuality in Canada. There has bee...
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