âpihtawikosisân Blog

The website âpihtawikosisân (the Plains Cree word for Métis) is a blog written by Chelsea Vowel, a Métis woman from the Cree territory of Lac St. Anne, Alberta, who is currently living in Montréal and teaching Inuit youth at an adolescent center. She is interested in Indigenous law, Plains Cree language, and education, and the blog explores topics such as Indigenous-created media, how to carry out solidarity work, and the debate around holding an inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women. Alongside her blog posts, she has a list of resources under the tab “Indigenous Issues 101” intended to give non-Indigenous audiences a primer on different Indigenous issues, both in print and online. She also has a list of Indigenous artisans and clothing retailers, and provides links related to culture and language.

URL: http://apihtawikosisan.com/

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