Category Archives: Social Media

#callresponse

Strategically centering Indigenous women as vital presences across multiple platforms, #callresponse is a multifaceted project that includes a website, social media platform, touring exhibition and catalogue (forthcoming in 2017). The purpose of #callresponse is to support the work of Indigenous North … Continue reading

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Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society Journal Blog

This is the blog counterpart to an academic journal with the same name, “which centers and privileges various forms of Indigenous knowledges, epistemologies and methodologies for the purpose of decolonization at all levels.” The blog’s intention is to create a … Continue reading

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#urbanindian

#urbanindian is a hashtag active on social media outlets such as Instagram and Twitter. The idea is for urban Indigenous populations to create posts and images documenting their everyday lives living in urban areas. The intention is to create more … Continue reading

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#AmINext

#AmINext is a social media campaign that was started by Holly Jarrett which asks Indigenous women to post photos of themselves with a sign that reads “AmINext?”. Her intention in starting the campaign was to raise more awareness about the … Continue reading

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#STOLENSISTERS

#STOLENSISTERS is a hashtag active on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram that is attached to posts related to missing and murdered Indigenous women. It is a good way to access links to recently written articles and blog posts, and information about … Continue reading

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#MMIW

#MMIW is a hashtag active on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media outlets used to document posts relating to the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women. It is a good way to access recent posts on Facebook and Twitter … Continue reading

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Gregory Scofield’s Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Twitter Project

Since January 2013, Métis poet, storyteller, professor and activist Gregory Scofield has been carrying out a project in order to raise awareness of the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women taking place on Turtle Island. He is tweeting one … Continue reading

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