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Jade Roberts

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Jade Roberts - educator, artist, and podcaster is a Woodland Cree woman from Lac La Ronge
Indian Band. She currently resides in Treaty 6 Territory in Saskatoon, SK. Roberts graduated
from ITEP at the University of Saskatchewan in 2018 and went on to teach an elementary art
and Cree culture program.
Jade is a trailblazer for Indigenous podcasting in Saskatchewan - she created the podcast Still
Here Still Healing to bring awareness to the impacts of residential schools, share survivors
stories, and feature discussions with youth on topics such as culture, language, identity, and
community. Jade recently launched a second podcast titled The Sobriety Circle where she
co-hosts and discusses her journey with sobriety.
Jade is a digital and traditional artist. In her digital work she is influenced by her Cree culture to
create digital pieces that express Indigenous futurism and spark conversations about language,
history, and identity. In her more traditional artwork she is focused on using land based
approaches to create as she experiments with painting and wood burning birch bark, fish skin
tanning, and beading.
In addition, Jade is a CBC Saskatchewan Future 40 Award winner, her podcast was nominated
for a Canadian Podcast Award in 2020 & 2022, her artwork has been published in SAY
Magazines 100th edition and The Polyglot. 

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