March 22, 2019

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HEALING THROUGH BIRCH BARK BITING

HEALING THROUGH BIRCH BARK BITING

Birch bark biting can be used to make quillwork | Image source: Mary Annette Pember “I see the design through my eye teeth,” said Denise Lajimodiere, Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwe. “I keep my eyes closed when I work because I see the design in the darkness,” said Lajimodiere of her work in birch bark ....
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JOURNEY TO RECONCILIATION INSPIRED BY INDIGENOUS ARTISTS

JOURNEY TO RECONCILIATION INSPIRED BY INDIGENOUS ARTISTS

A close up of the Bentwood Box created by Coast Salish artist Luke Marston.  Art is a major factor in moving forward in the journey of reconciliation.| Image Source: www.the-peak.ca Canada Council for Arts has just revealed six provocative community based art projects as part of their new landmark {Re}c...
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SACRED WATER WALK 2015: LIVING IN THE SEVENTH FIRE

SACRED WATER WALK 2015: LIVING IN THE SEVENTH FIRE

The St.Lawrence River at Sunset. | Image Source: www.corewalking.com In 2000, author, and respected Midewin Elder, Eddie Benton (Ojibway) spoke at a large gathering in Pipestone, Minnesota where he prophesied that if society continues to neglect its responsibility for the waters -30 years from now an ou...
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BRAIDS OF RESISTANCE: COMMUNITY CREATION

BRAIDS OF RESISTANCE: COMMUNITY CREATION

Participants in the Braids of Resistance workshops created braids to weave into a larger one, dedicating their portion to someone significant in their life. Ombaasin means “to be lifted by the wind” in Anishinaabemowin. The Ombaasin Collective is a team of word and image warriors which includes, Elwood...
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THE POWER OF CHEROKEE WOMEN

THE POWER OF CHEROKEE WOMEN

A young Cherokee woman in traditional dress points toward the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, Nov. 30, 1942, which is considered a sacred site by the Cherokees. The unidentified woman is a graduate of a conventional school and the granddaughter of a chief. | Image Source: www.indiancountrytodaymedian...
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