August 07, 2022

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HONOURING INDIGENOUS TALENT AND THE OSCARS

HONOURING INDIGENOUS TALENT AND THE OSCARS

Photo: Associated Press  The Oscars often represent mainstream entertainment from which many North Americans celebrate collectively. This past Sunday, however Americans and Canadians alike found it difficult to celebrate the blinding whiteness (read: decidedly Caucasian) talent in the 2015 Oscar list of...
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13 WAYS TO BOOST BRAINPOWER BY HONOURING CONNECTION

13 WAYS TO BOOST BRAINPOWER BY HONOURING CONNECTION

Photo: Robert Snache In our society, winning means someone has to lose and who wants to be a loser? When it comes to developing our intellectual and creative capacities, the message we get from colonial society is that it’s an individualized and competitive process.  The aim is to be smarter than others...
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INDIGENOUS ACTIVITIES YOU SHOULD TRY THIS WINTER

INDIGENOUS ACTIVITIES YOU SHOULD TRY THIS WINTER

Here are some fun winter activities that are each rooted in Indigenous traditions! The cold winds are blowing into Tkaronto, and the rest of the Northern hemisphere of Turtle Island has been under a blanket of snow for weeks now, which means one thing: WINTER IS JUST ABOUT HERE! Winter can be long and h...
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INDIGENOUS SOUNDTRACK FOR THE FRONTLINES

INDIGENOUS SOUNDTRACK FOR THE FRONTLINES

What music inspires you to take action? We offer this inspiring soundtrack in solidarity with all people who are putting themselves on the frontlines to stand against systemic racism and colonialism with a special dedication to those at Burnaby Mountain and Ferguson. Let us know what music inspires you...
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