MEDIA INDIGENA is an interactive, multimedia magazine dedicated to Indigenous news, views and creative expression.
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Will Canada Reads break its own barrier and finally recognize native women's writings?

Will Canada Reads break its own barrier and finally recognize native women’s writings?

Canada Reads has never featured a book written by a native women in its top 5 finalists. Sarah Hunt says it's high time this changed.
A Kickstarta for MEDIA INDIGENA!

A Kickstarta for MEDIA INDIGENA!

Help us enrich the world of audiobooks with more Aboriginal content by backing our crowdfunding campaign to convert 'Midnight Sweatlodge' into spoken words
PODCAST: One-on-One with "Clearing The Plains" Author James Daschuk

PODCAST: One-on-One with “Clearing The Plains” Author James Daschuk

Released in Spring 2013, "Clearing the Plains" has garnered University of Regina historian James Daschuk both attention and awards.
Birds of a feather Forum together

Birds of a feather Forum together

Will this “historic gathering of movements” live up to its hype? Dan David investigates the People's Social Forum, to see how deep this 'bro-mance' goes between Indigenous types and lefty socialists.
An Urban Aboriginal Fact of Life: 'MimiCree' pt. 2

An Urban Aboriginal Fact of Life: ‘MimiCree’ pt. 2

The second installment in the re-published Indigenous language learning blog, 'MimiCree'
Muddy Waters: Ottawa greenlights Gateway

Muddy Waters: Ottawa greenlights Gateway

A look at the zero-sum battle between Money-and-Pipelines versus Environment-and-People.
MimiCree (Redux): "Locating my tongue"

MimiCree (Redux): “Locating my tongue”

A journal from Rick Harp's days studying Cree records the victories and vexations that go with taking on a tongue so different from English.
Atleo's Last "Historic" Moment

Atleo’s Last “Historic” Moment

Dan David on what the ex-National Chief's sudden departure might tell us about the apparent free-fall of the AFN
Winners and Losers: The Appeals Court and the Métis as "Indians"

Winners and Losers: The Appeals Court and the Métis as “Indians”

Parsing the view of the Federal Court of Appeals on Métis constitutional rights