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Photo: Notable.ca
Now we’re at a point where people from Indigenous Nations are telling their stories…They have no shackles, they can make any kind of film that they want.
 
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Food advocate warrior and Accidental Caterer, John Croutch redefines our relationship to...

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Visual Art by Tannis Nielsen
 
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Rebeka Tabobundung discusses her exploration of traditional birth and parenting knowledge...
 
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MUSKRAT Magazine Idle No More video and photos
MM photo and video report back from the frontlines of the January march to Parliament...
 
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Not your NDN taco!
 
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Robbie Antone's Blues Machine. Photo: Caroline Holm
In our culture storytelling is a way to preserve our history as Anishnaabe people.