In this episode of Red Man Laughing we bring you to Shingwauk Indian Residential Schools conference at Algoma University in Baawaating Traditional territory (Sault Ste. Marie, ON) for Justice Murrary Sinclair’s keynote address to the Youth participants in attendence. This is a revealing keynote address in which Justice Sinclair shares personal stories of success and of loss, victory and triumph, of love and of loss.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we sit down with two members of the Onaman Collective, Isaac Murdoch & Christi Belcourt and we talk about their vision of reconciliation. Hint – it’s on the land, with Youth, practicing art & reconnecting to who we are as Anishinaabe Peoples.
In this episode we hear the story of what hunting and being on the land means to a young hunter, Jonathan Thomas. This story brings perspective to what being disconnected to then reconnected to the land can sound like – Jonathan shares a deeply personal and powerful story of perserverence and responsibility.
In this episode of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we take you to beautiful Ft. Qu’Appelle, SK for the National Treaty 1-11 Gathering that took place this past August 2014. This panel was a chance for Youth (and young adults that work with Youth) to share some thoughts & ideas on what the Treaty Movement can do more of to included Youth voices and enage young people in the Treaty Movement as a whole.