CBC podcast on Indigenous identity Play Episode 1:37 This upcoming CBC British Columbia podcast includes themes of racist stereotypes, cultural appropriation, relationships and acceptance CBC launched Telling Our Twisted Histories in May. An 11-episode podcast series that reclaims Indigenous history by exploring 11 words whose meanings have been twisted by centuries of colonization. Host Kaniehti:io Tiio Horn guides listeners through conversations with more than 70 people from 15 Indigenous communities whose lands now make up Quebec, New Brunswick and Labrador
. Launched May 31, the new 11-episode series reclaims Indigenous history by exploring 11 words whose meanings have been twisted by centuries of colonization Jun 29, 2021 Several podcasts with Indigenous themes were recently launched during National Indigenous History Month — a time for learning about, appreciating and acknowledging the contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. New episodes for some of the podcasts will be added throughout the summer. You can hear them on the CBC Listen website [
CBC News - CBC Communications · • 47m Several podcasts with Indigenous themes were recently launched during National Indigenous History Month — a time for learning about, appreciating and Read more on cbc.c . Unreserved host Rosanna Deerchild, and reporter Connie Walker, take you behind the headlines of the top trending stories from Indigenous Canada Unreserved is CBC Radio's space for the Indigenous community, culture, and conversation. Host Rosanna Deerchild introduces listeners to the storytellers, culture makers and community shakers from across the country. Bonus: the podcast features music by Indigenous artists, as well. 5 Podcasts can help fill in the gaps, and there are plenty of shows made by Indigenous people. loves The Secret Life of Canada by the CBC for the illusions it dispels about the country's.
The podcast, which launched in March, is hosted by Waubgeshig Rice and writer Jennifer David and is all about Indigenous literature. Connie Walker was on CBC's airwaves for more than 20 years Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous community, culture, and conversation. Host Falen Johnson takes you straight into Indigenous Canada, from Halifax to Haida Gwaii, from Shamattawa to. . This will be the first CBC podcast to be in.
ICYMI- Aboriginal education plan gets failing grade from Man. chiefs cbc.ca/aboriginal Atleo given petition by Chiefs opposing FNEA by CBC Indigenous via twitter 3/6/2014 9:27:44 P . Walker has left the CBC, and now works for Gimlet Media. On November 28, 2020, The New York Times quoted her praise of The Secret Life of Canada, in an article on indigenous podcasts Conversations about love and sex among Indigenous youth are often held behind closed doors, at kitchen tables or on the powwow trail. We want to bring those conversations out into the open. Show New Fire from CBC Radio, Ep Opening up about Indigenous intimacy - Jul 22, 201 Meet Indigenous siblings who have thought hard about what it means to be a brother or a sister - and who are sticking close through good times and bad. Show New Fire from CBC Radio, Ep The surprising bonds between Indigenous siblings - Aug 5, 201
Indigenous people account for five percent of Canada's population, yet Indigenous inmates make up 30 percent of the country's federal prison system. For Indigenous women, the number jumps up 42%. We share the stories of Chance and Alison, whose experiences illustrate how decades of intergenerational trauma lead people to prison. And how for Indigenous offenders, finding a connection to. Stolen: The Search for Jermain. Hosted by award-winning journalist Connie Walker, this new true-crime podcast investigates the story of Jermain Charlo, an Indigenous woman who went missing in 2018.
CASWE President Dr. Susan Cadell told CBC News that while all of the 42 accredited schools of social work in Canada include some form of Indigenous history in their curriculum, it's not always mandatory. Schools have to have it, but how schools have it varies widely, Cadell said CBC launching Indigenous history-focused podcast on May 31. Share. Flip. Like. mobilesyrup.com - Dean Daley • 2h. The CBC is launching a new podcast called Telling our Twisted Histories, an 11-episode series that reclaims Indigenous history and explores words . Read more on mobilesyrup.com This year, CBC Radio's afternoon show in Victoria has been speaking to some of the many people working to revitalize the Indigenous languages spoken across Vancouver Island and southwestern B.C. Time is of the essence to keep the languages awake, and to use them to rebuild better relationships with the land. To explore the areas where these languages are spoken, click this map from the First. ©2021 CBC/Radio-Canada. All rights reserve Podcast aims to reclaim Indigenous history by exploring words twisted by colonization. CBC News - www.cbc.ca • 1h. Kaniehti:io Horn is the host of the new CBC podcast, Telling our Twisted Histories. Read more on cbc.ca. Canada. Aboriginal Canadians
TORONTO - An Indigenous investigative drama starring Sarah Podemski and Sarah Gadon is among the new series in the CBC's upcoming lineup, which the public broadcaster says attempts to represent. Sean Vanderklis and Karl Dockstader, co-hosts of the Indigenous-focused weekly radio show One Dish, One Mic, are the recipients of the 2020 CJF-CBC Indigenous Journalism Fellowships The Rebel to Rabble Review: CBC-comment policies. By iPolitics. Published on Jun 18, 2021 2:00am. While it's a safe bet that the Rebel Media crew would cheerfully rally behind virtually any burst of online outrage that sends the #DefundCBC hashtag back atop the list of trending topics, the latest cause célèbre to ensnarl the public.
CBC Podcasts and the BBC World Service - two of the world's leading podcast commissioners and creators - launched a new podcast commissioning opportunity. Together, the organizations are seeking proposals from audio producers for a factual narrative podcast, unique in story and treatment, told over 8-10 episodes, which will be presented. T'uy't'tanat-Cease Wyss is an Indigenous artist and garden cultivator from Vancouver. She was invited to create a special installation as part of an upcoming arts festival in Montreal. (CBC) A new. Nakuset, director of the Native Women's Shelter, says a lot of Indigenous women come to Montreal in search of a better life and then 'fall through the cracks.' (Jean-Claude Taliana/Radio-Canada. Listen to Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday July 13, 2021 and sixty-one more episodes by Ontario Morning From CBC Radio, free! No signup or install needed. Ontario Morning - Wednesday July 14,. 2021 - Part 1. Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday July 13, 2021 Just minutes after he was sworn in, Manitoba's new minister of Indigenous reconciliation and northern relations was directly challenged in the legislature building after he said those who ran.
Canadian Indigenous leaders and residential school survivors have called for suspected arson attacks on churches to stop. Since June 21, five Catholic churches in Canada have burned completely to. June 21, 2021: New Indigenous podcast shares stories of B.C.'s past 9:49 June 18, 2021: Questions about AstraZeneca after NACI updates and advises people to get mRNA vaccines instea MEDIA INDIGENA: THE PODCAST. Since March 10, 2016, we've convened a weekly current affairs roundtable hosted by MEDIA INDIGENA's own Rick Harp, a 20-year veteran of broadcasting including APTN (Contact) and CBC Radio (Edmonton AM). Each week, guests from the worlds of activism, arts, academia and beyond join Rick for lively, insightful.
This week on PEI Pulse Podcast, two daughters honour the memory of residential school survivor and basket maker, Gilbert Tommy Sark, through a project called Unweaving Living Knowlege. Alisha's story about how she is learning what it means to be an Indigenous mother and all about the first PEI couple that decided to die on the same day, with the help of Medical Assistance in Dying There is no consensus among Indigenous communities when it comes to energy mega projects, fossil fuel extraction, and pipelines. Kathleen Petty talks to two leaders about how to bridge the divide. Here's her conversation with businessman and former Fort McKay chief Jim Boucher, and Judith Sayers, elected president of the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council and an adjunct professor of business and. Posted in Podcasts Tagged APTN, CBC, Indigenous, Jorge Barrera, Journalism, Podcast, Wayne K Spear. Author: Wayne K. Spear. waynekspear.com View all posts by Wayne K. Spear Post navigation. Prev Social Media, Conversation, and Connection. Next God's Men In Washington RSS - Posts Indian & Cowboy is a member-supported Indigenous podcast network. We are your source for Indigenous podcasts, music, arts, culture, opinion, and thought. These are our stories. Ryan McMahon is an Anishinaabe/Metis comedian, writer & actor based out of Treaty #1 territory (Winnipeg, MB). Armed with a degree in Theatre & as a graduate of the. Home - Porcupine Podcast. The podcast. This is Porcupine. In this podcast series, hosts Merrell-Ann Phare and Michael Miltenberger explore reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous Canadians. Listen in as they have in-depth, funny, and revealing discussions with a variety of people, from activists to comedians, who are all focusing.
New from CBC, Podcasts in Class is a way for teachers to bring podcasts into their classrooms, with custom-made lesson plans, slides, handouts, homework and even videos featuring our hosts. These curriculum packages, written and vetted by teachers who work in a variety of school boards across Canada, are easily adaptable to different courses. A CBC release outlines how Trickster did just that, through a simple, but rarely used model: Indigenous people were prioritized in leadership positions, onscreen, and on-set, with training. CBC News An Urban Aboriginal High School This CBC News report from Waubgeshig Rice introduces an Ottawa school that is finding out that flexibility and culture are crucial to turning out graduates. Vanessa Snowboy is one of 35 students enrolled at Ottawa's Urban Aboriginal Alternate High School, run out of the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa The move comes amid attempts by CBC to expand its engagement with indigenous communities, which included the opening of a new aboriginal digital news unit in late 2013. Story continues below.
Today in Library of Stories, I've posted a CBC radio podcast discussing Masculinity and Indigenous Men. I've also included My personal thoughts on masculinity as a gay man, an aboriginal, and how that intersects with masculinity CBC. CBC has reversed its Season 2 renewal decision for indigenous supernatural drama series Trickster after co-creator/director Michelle Latimer became embroiled in a controversy over her claimed. CBC Radio. 7 hrs ·. Johannesburg has been grappling with deadly rioting and looting since last week's arrest of former president Jacob Zuma. There's buildings on fire. There's trucks on fire. It's isolated pockets of violence, described Reza Amod, whose restaurant was looted in the unrest
Two were born in India and the third was born in Russia, and none was aware of any ancestral connections to North America's Indigenous populations. CBC News also submitted samples from the three individuals to a second ancestry testing company. On the advice of experts, CBC used 23andMe, a large consumer DNA testing firm John Sauder, CBC's meteorologist in Manitoba, keeps track of weather moving across the province Tweets and live blog coverage from CBC Newfoundland and Labrado Celebrating Indigenous health-care workers. by Rhiannon Johnson and Katie Toth, CBC News. June 21, 2020. Throughout the month of June, CBC Indigenous is introducing you to some of the health care workers who are keeping our communities safe. Here are some of the Indigenous health care workers from across the country sharing some insight on what.
Deadly Force. This is a modal window. First of its kind database from CBC tallies the number of police-involved fatalities since 2000. Law enforcement agencies in western Canada appear to have greater rates of deadly encounters than those in eastern provinces. Most of the deaths occurred in urban areas In December, the CBC published an investigation into Latimer's Indigenous ancestry. We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or tap here to see other videos.
June 23, 2021 » Continue to this story on CBC News CWN Editor's Note: I extend my sincere apology for the involvement of the Catholic Church in the residential school system, and I pray for. Locked up at 12. By Chantelle Bellrichard, CBC News. March 28, 2018. Amanda Lepine has 12 hours before she will be sent back to prison. But first, a graduation ceremony. She's just spent 40 days on Vancouver Island at Tsow-Tun Le Lum, a helping house that offers substance abuse and trauma treatment to Indigenous Peoples. Lepine is here. CBC Radio: The Current. 57,629 likes · 3,094 talking about this. Listen to the Current Monday to Friday at 8:30 AM (9am NT) on CBC Radio One and on Sirius Satellite (Channel 159) Podcast. In 2021 Rice launched the Storytellers podcast with author Jennifer David, with assistance from an Ontario Arts Council grant. In the podcast Rice and David will be discussing Indigenous literatures, to bring conversations about Indigenous books to a wider audience in an audio book-club format. Bibliography Book
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Three decades of missing and murdered Indigenous women amounts to a Canadian genocide, a leaked landmark government report has concluded. The document, titled Reclaiming Power and Place, was. The Saskatoon freezing deaths were a series of three deaths of Indigenous Canadians in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in the early 2000s, which were confirmed to have been caused by members of the Saskatoon Police Service.The police officers would arrest Indigenous people, usually men, for alleged drunkenness and/or disorderly behaviour, sometimes without cause; the officers would then drive them to. Mohawk actor Devery Jacobs reflects her pride in her Indigenous and queer identity by highlighting BIPOC, local and queer designers in her public appearances and social media. Originally from Kahnawake, Que., Jacobs's star has been rising since she appeared in Mi'kmaw director Jeff Barnaby's Rhymes for Young Ghouls in 2013 Inuk leader Mary Simon will be Canada's 30th Governor General, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday. She is making history as the first Indigenous person in this country to take on the.
No clear winner in election to choose team who will guide Quebec Cree for next 4 years - CBC Mandy Gull-Masty outperformed incumbent Abel Bosum in 1st round. Jul 15, 2021. Quebec Cree will have to wait a little longer to find out who will be their new Grand Chief and Deputy Grand Chief Washington D.C., Jul 7, 2021 / 17:00 pm. Canadian Indigenous leaders and residential school survivors have called for suspected arson attacks on churches to stop The Breach is an independent media outlet in Canada that produces critical journalism to help map a just, viable future. They publish investigations, analysis and videos about the crises of racism, inequality, colonialism, and climate breakdown, while providing a platform for voices you won't often find in establishment media The first Indigenous person elected to city council in Terrace, B.C., says racist jokes and a complaint launched against her after she was interviewed about violence against women contributed to her decision to leave politics. Jessica McCallum-Miller, 27, was elected to council in 2018, at the age of 25