MEDIA INDIGENA is an interactive, multimedia magazine dedicated to Indigenous news, views and creative expression.
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Crowdfunding clean water for the source of Winnipeg’s water: Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

Guest contributor David McLeod provides this update on an ambitious 60-day crowdfunder launched in late June by MEDIA INDIGENA’s own Rick Harp. Rick Harp┬áhas captured national media attention for launching a crowdfunding campaign to raise $10 million to build an all-weather road to link the Shoal Lake 40 First Nation to the mainland, a community...

Survivors Rowe: Powerful documentary captures sexual abuse of First Nation men

Doc tells story of three First Nation men thought to be among 500 children molested by priest over two decades.
Audiobook version of 'Midnight Sweatlodge' set to ship to crowdfunders

Audiobook version of ‘Midnight Sweatlodge’ set to ship to crowdfunders

After weeks of work, the audiobook version of Waubgeshig Rice's debut stories now a reality for its 200+ crowdfunders
Most First Nations See Right Through Canada's Transparency Act

Most First Nations See Right Through Canada’s Transparency Act

Canada's imposed 'Transparency' Act for First Nations obscures as much as it supposedly reveals, writes Rick Harp.
Aboriginal artist makes amazing one-time offer to our Kickstarter backers, and time's almost up!

Aboriginal artist makes amazing one-time offer to our Kickstarter backers, and time’s almost up!

As our Kickstarter draws ever closer to the finish line, you'll want to hear the once-in-a-lifetime offer artist Aaron Paquette has made to inspire your pledge.
How you can help Indigenous literature reach a huge new audience

How you can help Indigenous literature reach a huge new audience

You love Aboriginal literature. He's an award-winning Anishinaabe author. Invest in MEDIA INDIGENA's crowdfunding campaign to transform Waubgeshig Rice's debut stories into an audiobook.
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 woman 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.