Category Archives: Media

Indians & Cowboys

This media site by Makoons Media Group, edited by Tara Williamson, has member-driven content relevant to decolonizing. “Our goal is to stay true to the moniker “Think” and publish work that engages ideas in a way that is provocative and … Continue reading

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11 Indigenous podcasts for your listening pleasure

Time to decolonize the airwaves! There are loads of podcasts created and hosted by Indigenous people that aim to tell stories from an Indigenous perspective. From true crime to current affairs, sci-fi analysis to music storytelling, this list covers a … Continue reading

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Decolonizing the Media: Challenges and Obstacles on the Road to Reconciliation

In light of Media Democracy day on November 19th, the Saskatchewan Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives released “Decolonizing the Media: Challenges and Obstacles on the Road to Reconciliation” by Dr. Patricia Elliott of the University of Regina … Continue reading

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CBC Radio’s Unreserved

Unreserved is a CBC radio program hosted by veteran Indigenous radio personality Rosana Deerchild. It is an on-air “space for Indigenous community, culture, and conversation” from coast to coast to coast. The program moves beyond the headlines, and introduces listeners … Continue reading

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Intercontinental Cry

Intercontinental Cry is a Canadian-based non-profit online news outlet. It is a project deriving from the Center for World Indigenous Studies. Intercontinental Cry is made up of a network of “professors, editors, journalists, researchers and thought leaders who strive to enrich … Continue reading

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Claiming Space: Voices of Urban Aboriginal Youth

This exhibit, curated by Pam Brown from the Heiltsuk Nation, took place at the Museum of Anthropology at University of British Columbia and the website is rich with videos and interviews with artists.  The exhibit’s goal is to educate Indigenous … Continue reading

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Mandatory Indigenous Studies Courses

The University of Winnipeg and Lakehead University went through a historical change with the implementation of a mandatory Indigenous Studies course in order for students to graduate. MacLean’s magazine wrote an article about this historical change

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The Huffington Post-Canada First Nations

The Huffington Post is a newspaper that has a section set aside for Canada’s First Nations that covers a series of articles such as Indigenous music, law, politics, issues, movements, education and overall lifestyles. URL: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/news/canada-first-nations/

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First Nations Drum

First Nations Drum is Canada’s largest Aboriginal newspaper intended to reach all communities within the country. It is distributed to bands, friendship centres, schools, colleges and universities, libraries, Aboriginal businesses and organizations. The newspaper is dedicated to informing and entertaining … Continue reading

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Media Indigena

Media Indigena was created in February of 2010 as an interactive, multimedia magazine dedicated to Indigenous news, insights and creative expression. Media Indigena consists of 10 Aboriginal bloggers from Canada dedicated to adding more voices and visuals across the world. … Continue reading

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