June 22, 2017

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INDIGENOUS ARTISTS RECLAIM QUEBEC AT IAKWÉ:IAHRE

INDIGENOUS ARTISTS RECLAIM QUEBEC AT IAKWÉ:IAHRE

…required a person to “…carry the Wampum of Peace in one hand, and the acts of war in the other…” MUSKRAT Magazine was proud to be in attendance at the iakwé:iahre (we remember) Colloquium which took place from October 16-18 , 2014 in Montréal, Québec. Presented by the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective*...
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JESSE WENTE’S TOP 10 INDIGENOUS FILMS OF ALL TIME!

JESSE WENTE’S TOP 10 INDIGENOUS FILMS OF ALL TIME!

Let us know what your favourites are! With the 15th Anniversary of the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival just around the corner, MUSKRAT is celebrating Indigenous cinema this week! We invited Indigenous film critic and programmer Jesse Wente to share his list of top 10 Indigenous made films of al...
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THE REZ SISTERS: LOOKING GOOD AT 28

THE REZ SISTERS: LOOKING GOOD AT 28

All Photos: Mark Dusseault …the nation is in great need to see strong and inspiring Native women—who swim in their abilities and live strong, if not difficult lives. While the number of missing and murdered Indigenous women continues to grow, iconic Indigenous playwright Tomson Highway’s The Rez S...
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WHAT THE MEN ARE SAYING: INDIGENOUS MASCULINITY—REVISITED

WHAT THE MEN ARE SAYING: INDIGENOUS MASCULINITY—REVISITED

Painting: When Blackfeet and Sioux Meet by Charles Marion Russell Men have to love the land, before they love women. To use a popular academic term, Indigenous men are “unpacking” male privilege. Through closer examination and conversation, our men are looking at the roles and responsibilities they have...
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SIX INDIGENOUS COOKBOOKS TO WARM YOU UP

SIX INDIGENOUS COOKBOOKS TO WARM YOU UP

This fall, forget the Paleo Diet: Eat Indigenous and stay warm! It’s that time of year, leaves are changing, the cool winds are blowing in, and the autumn harvest is rich with hearty delights! While pop culture is exploring *Paleo diets, Indigenous people have been practicing this from time immemorial....
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PHOTOS: 2014 PEOPLE’S CLIMATE CHANGE MARCH IN NEW YORK

PHOTOS: 2014 PEOPLE’S CLIMATE CHANGE MARCH IN NEW YORK

Photo: ©2014 Ryan RedCorn/GCG Media Team In the last week, New York City has seen a flurry of Indigenous climate activism for the United Nations Climate Summit, and for the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples. The Summit began with the People’s Climate March on September 21, 2014 where hundreds of th...
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EAT, SING, LOVE: IN CONVERSATION WITH TANYA TAGAQ

EAT, SING, LOVE: IN CONVERSATION WITH TANYA TAGAQ

I’ve had everything from people throwing their beer bottles at me and screaming, and people angry, and people crying their faces off like really crying from right in their heart. I’ve had laughing. I’ve had boners. Tanya Tagaq Chats with Native Waves Radio Host Janet Rogers about spirit, music food, and...
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PARTY LIKE A MATRIARCH

PARTY LIKE A MATRIARCH

In this photo: Lindsay Eekwol Knight w/DJ Kookum A Showcase of Indigenous Female Hip Hop Acts While the East Coast vs. West Coast Hip Hop debates continue to rage, it’s the female Hip Hop artists who are still vying for a place in the upper echelons of the genre. So it’s important, for the artists ...
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