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Cree Classroom Indiegogo Campaign

This blog really started as a Cree language blog over two years ago. Back then, all I wanted to do was celebrate and explore nĂŞhiyawĂŞwin. It was a way for me to keep using my language even though I had … Continue reading

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Categories: Cree, Cree vocabulary, Culture, Decolonisation, Fluency, Language learning, Plains Cree, Urban Aboriginal

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The reports of our cultural deaths have always been greatly exaggerated

To hear non-Indigenous people tell it, we’ve been teetering on the edge of extinction since not too long after Contact. That narrative hasn’t changed much over the years, though the cause of our cultural and perhaps even physical demise has … Continue reading

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Categories: Aboriginal law, Culture, Decolonisation, First Nations, Fluency, Idle No More, Indigenous law, Inuit, Language learning, MĂ©tis, Residential schools

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What revolution looks like to me, sovereignty summer schools?

It is so easy to get bogged down by all the problems indigenous peoples face. Poverty, suicide, addiction, disease, incarceration, homelessness, violence — where does one even begin to address these things? We can cast our nets widely, and see … Continue reading

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