January 16, 2019

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16 Ways to Practice Decolonial Self-Love

16 Ways to Practice Decolonial Self-Love

There are so many reasons we learn to dislike ourselves. Even when we finally manage to feel self-loving, it never completely stops being an issue and we can still have bad moments or bad days. There is no debating that violence and neglect in our communities is devastating to our ability to feel love f...
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10 INDIGENOUS ARTISTS THAT INSPIRE GIFT-GIVING

10 INDIGENOUS ARTISTS THAT INSPIRE GIFT-GIVING

Caribou – by Chief Lady Bird who featured her work at Indigenous and Ingenious this year. | Image source: Indigenous and Ingenious Now that the holiday and winter season has begun, let’s celebrate love for friends, family, and self with acts of kindness and gift–giving. There is no better way to c...
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UNEARTHING SECRETS, GATHERING TRUTHS – BROKEN POETRY

UNEARTHING SECRETS, GATHERING TRUTHS – BROKEN POETRY

Jules Koostachin at book launch at the Pow Wow Cafe in Toronto | Image credit: Mahiigan Koostachin Jules Koostachin is one of those authors who started writing intuitively in an attempt to process pain and, coincidentally, created a medicine from which we can all benefit. It’s hard not to honour someone...
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Biidaaban First Light: Seeing with Renewed Eyes

Biidaaban First Light: Seeing with Renewed Eyes

Biidaaban | Image source: imaginative.org Futurist artists and writers regularly depict post-apocalyptic worlds as terrifying but Biidaaban First Light calls our attention to the utopic flowering within dystopia, and in so doing provides us with a metaphor for this moment in time. Many futurists never c...
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Whose Home and Native Land

Whose Home and Native Land

Reconciliation is an ongoing conversation, and requires an unlearning to break apart colonialism, and relearn the pre-contact, pre-colonial gaze and history of Turtle Island. The latest exhibition at Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Whose Home and Native Land is a collaborative effort between curatorial staff...
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Review: You Will Wear A White Shirt

Review: You Will Wear A White Shirt

“You Will Wear A White Shirt: From the Northern Bushes to the Halls of Power” is a biography written by Senator Nick Sibbeston. Sibbeston grew up in Fort Simpson-a remote northern community in a home with his mother and grandmother. He recalls how life with his mother and grandmother were idyllic- “a yo...
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