An interview with Dr Cindy Blackstock a Gitxsan activist for child welfare and Executive Director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada. She is also a professor for the School of Social Work at McGill University. Who along with the AFN filed the human rights complaint against the Govt of Canada on behalf of First Nations Children.
An interview with legendary activist Ellen Gabriel talking about the growing tensions between the town of Oka and the Mohawk people of Kanesatake as well as her thoughts on the failing missing and murdered Indigenous women inquiry and what the govt needs to do to remedy the situation.
In this episode of Native Solidarity News I speak with my good friend and poet laureate Janet Marie Rogers about using spoken word in Indigenous activism. She talks about her career, the missing and murdered Indigenous women inquiry and what it is to be an Indigenous woman in today’s society.
Native Solidarity News’s mothers day special where we bring together Indigenous women from different nations to talk about motherhood and what it is to be Indigenous and sharing that identity in this day and age.
On this edition of Native Solidarity News we have Spoken word superstar Mahlikah Aweri in to talk about how the Hip Hop cultural Knowledge Movement fuses with the collective re imagining of Indigenous Hip Hop Artivists; Hip Hop manifests into Medicine. Indigenizing the body, heart, mind and soul through all 5 Hip Hop Elements and all 7 Sacred Directions.
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