Tag Archives: Blog

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 … 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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KAIROS Indigenous Rights Initiatives

KAIROS is working on a number of Indigenous Rights Public Education and Action initiatives.  This stems from the commitment of KAIROS to establishing and maintaining just and respectful relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, recognizing Indigenous peoples as distinct peoples … Continue reading

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Uncomfortably Canadian

Uncomfortably Canadian is a blog  updated and created by a Canadian graduate student from the West Coast. Originally from Lekwungen territory (Coastal Salish), Jesse, the author, investigates what it means to be a settler, and what responsibilities such a role might … Continue reading

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