Where did we come from? Who are we today? Where are we going? The 100métis.ca project looks to answer some of the biggest questions facing today’s growing Métis population through an interactive archive of 100 videos — to be submitted by you!
D’où venons-nous? Qui sommes-nous? Qu’est-ce que le futur nous réserve? Contribue à 100métis.ca et fais partie d’un portrait original des Métis d'aujourd'hui. Le but : créer une mosaïque de 100 entrevues vidéos qui tentera de guider les prochaines générations en quête de repères identitaires.
Many indigenous languages have been lost or forgotten, but many are being reclaimed, revitalized and shared by teachers dedicated to preserving their history. Unreserved's Erica Daniels shot four videos to get you started - four words in as many indigenous languages.
Marley Dias is an 11-year-old New Jersey resident who’s spent more time giving back to her community in her brief time on this planet than most of us will spend in a lifetime. She’s received a grant from Disney, traveled to Ghana to help feed orphans, and now—in her latest act of altruism—she’s rounding up children’s books that feature black female leads so that she and her peers have more fictional characters to look up to.
The federal government discriminates against First Nation children on reserves by failing to provide the same level of child welfare services that exist elsewhere, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal has decided.
Last week on The Current, the Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, Carolyn Bennett, mentioned the idea of a nation-wide indigenous book club month. We love the idea and convened a panel of aboriginal writers to offer their thoughts and book picks. *Audio posted momentarily*
We paired world class game makers with Alaska Native storytellers and elders to create a game which delves deeply into the traditional lore of the Iñupiat people to present an experience like no other [...]...
Theatre New Brunswick Welcome Artist in ResidenceNew Brunswick Aboriginal artist Natalie Sappier will join the team at TNB to create a new multidisciplinary play exploring the voice of NB’s Wolastoqiyik/Maliseet people.
De plus en plus d'enseignants du secondaire au pays répondent au défi lancé par le leader autochtone multidisciplinaire Wab Kinew. #CraftReconciliation servira, en quelque sorte, de collection virtuelle d'oeuvres médiatiques, réalisées à l'aide du populaire jeu Minecraft.
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