Tristen Durocher & Walking With our angels
July 23, 2020
In this episode I speak with Tristen Durocher who is a youth from Northern Saskatchewan leading a walk from La Ronge, SK to Regina, SK to oppose the governments decision to unanimously vote against a bill for a meaningful suicide prevention plan.
Ivy Richardson - Red Girl Rising & Team 700
August 30, 2020
In this episode I chatted with Ivy Richardson, founder of Red Girl Rising and head coach of Team 700. She discusses the importance of health and wellness in community and her experiences working with Indigenous youth in the boxing ring.
October 30, 2020
In this episode, I speak with residential school survivor Donna Pelly and her son Dallas Pelly. Their families stories of healing and resilience is inspiring for many.
Caroline & Regan
November 29, 2020
This episode is two parts. In part one, Caroline Ratt-Misponas from Pinehouse Lake, SK shares her story as a residential school survivor, her son Regan joins her and asks questions as she shares her experiences. She discusses how she copes with the trauma, and gives advice to other survivors that may be struggling.
In part two, Regan discusses some of the things that have affected him as an intergenerational survivor. Regan also talks about some of the important work he does within the communities he's a part of and provides advice for Indigenous youth.
March 5, 2021
In this episode I speak with Hal Cameron. We talk about his video series for the Create to Learn program, his sources of inspiration for his artwork, and his journey as a Cree language learner. We also discuss the topic of Indigenous languages being taught in Western education systems. Find Hal and check out his artwork on Instagram @creeativeartwork
This episode was produced in partnership with Create to Learn, a TakingITGlobal program. @create2learn www.createtolearn.ca
Tracie & Alicia - Founders of Waannishka and The Comeback Society
January 30, 2021
In this episode I chat with Tracie Leost and Alicia Morrow - both are doing incredible work in Treaty 4 Territory. Tracie is the founder of Waanishka Movement Inc., and Alicia is the founder of The Comeback Society. Take a listen to our conversations about how we bring our culture into the work we do in our communities.
Dakota Bear & Casey Desjarlais - Founders of Decolonial Clothing co.
March 19, 2021
Join me on this conversation with Warrior Entrepreneurs Casey & Dakota. We talk about their Create to Learn Series, their business Decolonial Clothing Co., Indigenous parenting & intergenerational trauma, as well as activism and resistance to colonialism.
This episode was produced in partnership with Create to Learn a TakingITGlobal Program. @create2learn www.createtolearn.ca
April 9, 2021
In this episode I speak with SJ Okemow. She is a Cree medical illustrator and PhD student based in Toronto. Her work is focused on cellular animations that enable us to learn about our bodies, and thus our connection to the world around us. In this episode we chat about her career, her studies, a bit about medical racism, some of the projects she has worked on, as well as her connection to culture.
This episode was created in partnership with Create to Learn, a TakingITGlobal program. @create2learn www.createtolearn.ca
Bring Them home special with averie allard
July 29, 2021
In this episode I discuss what Indigenous communities are currently facing in regards to searching former residential school sites to uncover remains and unmarked graves. I talk about my own reaction and my experience being at home when the search in my community started. I also chat with Averie Allard about her walk for Legacy of Hope.
January 31, 2022