July 1st, 2017 marked the FIRST day of #Canada150…that’s right, folks. The lead up that has nauseated many of us was actually only #Canada149. In this episode we identify priority areas of what we believe should be the focus of #Canada150 for Indigenous People & their allies.
Clothing design is a common aspect across all cultures, but fashion varies based on the season, climate, the geography and the latitude. Depending on where you are, fashion relates to land in this way. For Indigenous communities, design is unique to individual nations and territories. Clothing needs to be functional, and if you’re on the
For the last 150 years, Canadians have heard one side of its countries story, Bracken Hanuse Corlett & Samantha Marie Nock are two artists whose work opens the door to new perspectives this country desperately needs.
The intersection of music, art & activism is not new to Indigenous Peoples, however, there is a whole new generation of Indigenous young people picking up the mic to take their power, their voice and their lives back. We’re happy to welcome JB the First Lady and SNRK onto the podcast!
Jules Koostachin joins us at Kanata Pod to talk about Indigenous media and its ability to amplify the voices of people who have not only been marginalized, but traditionally not been given the platform to speak freely.