The second installment in the re-published Indigenous language learning blog, ‘MimiCree’
A look at the zero-sum battle between Money-and-Pipelines versus Environment-and-People.
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.
Dan David on what the ex-National Chief’s sudden departure might tell us about the apparent free-fall of the AFN
Parsing the view of the Federal Court of Appeals on Métis constitutional rights
Portrait of the demolition of a legendary prison and detention facility.
A student’s response to Idle No More’s Nina Wilson presentation at #UMNATV Colloquium (5th in series)
Andrea St. Pierre, a Native Studies Masters student at U of M, thinks back on a talk by Leslie Spillet at #UMNATV Colloquium (4th in series)
U of M Native Studies Masters student Jason Bone discusses presentation by Adam Gaudry to #UMNATV Colloquium (3rd in series)
U of M Native Studies Masters student Joe Dipple discusses co-presentation at the #UMNATV Colloquium by Larry Morrissette and Lawrence Deane, co-authors of “Indians Wear Red: Colonialism, Resistance, and Aboriginal Street Gangs.” (2nd in series)
First in a series of graduate student writings from the #UMNATV Colloquium series. Here, Native Studies Masters student Janice Bone discusses a presentation by Wab Kinew
The fifth in a series of writings about one survivor’s time at a Prairies residential school and beyond.
Announcing our new partnership with the nationally renowned Colloquium series of Indigenous speakers hosted by U of Manitoba Native Studies Department.
VIDEO: “In Her Name—Relationships as Law” (Addressing Violence Through Indigenous Teachings and Tradition)
In this talk at “TEDxVictoria 2013: Emergence,” Sarah Hunt explains why she believes Indigenous laws have much to offer communities struggling with the impacts of violence.
How a pair of imitation ‘Indians’ at an event commemorating Sir John A. Macdonald got Indigenous Twitter talking
The fourth in a series of Indian residential school reminiscences from a survivor of Saskatchewan and Manitoba schools in the 1950s.
A scan of Indigenous related crowdfunding campaigns, from film to health
A Toronto agency’s ambitious vision to create a healing lodge for federally-sentenced Indigenous women
Why a small group of Indigenous protestors have camped out at Springwater Provincial Park near Barrie since early April 2013.
An emerging film and media arts festival which takes its name and inspiration from a key traditional Algonquin site in Ottawa promises to surprise and entertain