Allyship, Alberta and Big Brother

Allyship, Alberta and Big Brother

Stephanie Harpe

International advocate, actress, and artist Stephanie Harpe is a member of the Fort Mckay First Nation, a survivor of domestic abuse, tragically lost her mother, is in recovery, & never gave up on her dreams of singing opening up for top music performers.★ Support this podcast on ...   Show more

Cassandra

Cassandra and I talk about racism, lack of empathy, power and privilege dynamics/systemic bias in colonial structures, as it relates to Langevin and CBE.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Pam Roach

The Alberta Govt put out a curriculum that is insulting to Indigenous, Cdns and many racial experiences. Dr. Pam Roach and I discuss part of this monstrosity.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Kathy Ong & The National Liberal Convention

Kathy Ong, a queer, Chinese-Cdn and a first time Liberal convention attendee, and I discuss the Liberal Party of Canada convention, the policies, our highlights, the racism panel, BIMPOC in politics, and more.NativeCalgarian.comYouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCW4pXUPw2NCGab https://youtube.com/channel/UCW4pXUPw2NCGab ...   Show more

Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report on Commemoration Calls to Action 79-83 with the Calgary Public Library

We discuss the TRC Calls To Action 79-83 which deals with commemoration, historic sites, monuments, establishing monuments in all capital cities and more.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Cory Ashley

Cory Ashley, the husband of the late Lillian Vanasse/Ashley or White Thunderbird Woman from the Sandy Bay Ojibway Nation, that was killed by racist medical neglect on Christmas Day in Hanna, Alberta, join us to ask for your support for justice. He is working on a camera for medic ...   Show more

What's in a Name?

A committee that renamed Robertson Hall at Carleton University in Ottawa (Nadeea, Mackenzie, Emily & Aliqa) meet the Rename Langevin School committee here in Calgary.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Laura Stutiak and Larry Leach

Laura Shutiak & Larry Leach and I discuss Langevin School name change, the process of school boards, history of previous work on school boards & upcoming elections.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Stephen Dugandzic

I had the pleasure of chatting with Stephen Dugandzic this morning! Dugandzic founded YYC Employment Law Group in 2018 ("YYC") more on his story: HEREAnd HERESign his petition: HERE Support this podcast on Patreon  

Aliqa Illauq

Aliqa Illauq joins me to discuss the Baffinland Mining protests, how the Earth, the Arctic, the activists, and Inuit are interconnected, Gordon Robertson, who relocated Inuit, name change in Carleton University and parallels with JAM/Langevin/mining/education, as well as racism f ...   Show more

Brye Robertson The Urban Inuk

Brye Robertson, the urban Inuk, joins me to talk about culture, recovery, post secondary and her business. She opens up on the loss of her husband, Nathaniel Goodeye. Follow her on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/UrbanInukCreations/Instagram https://www.facebook.com/UrbanInukCreations/Instagram https//instagram.com/urbaninukcreatio ...   Show more

Latasha from Niitsitapi Water Protectors

First Steals Woman - Latasha Calf Robe is from the Kainaiwa First Nation (Blood Tribe) and one of the cofounders of Niitsitapi Water Protectors which can be found on Twitter: @NiitsitapiWater and FB: https://www.facebook.com/NiitsitapiWaterProtectors/★ https://www.facebook.com/NiitsitapiWaterProtectors/★ Support this podcast on Pat ...   Show more

Katrina Hewton-Backfat

Katrina Hewton-Backfat joins to discuss her experiences with racism growing up in Calgary, her education journey, part of the story of her name and more!★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Land Back and Coal Mines in Alberta

Joey English’s 30th birthday and today is the last day a woman has never been vice president of the US. (Thank you Cleo Abram from Twitter for that point!) #CoalMinesAB #LandBack #treatyTeaching #LastDayofTrump #Cdnpoli #Abpoli #yyccc #ProgressiveAlbertans #LJ4Ward10 #RenameLange ...   Show more

Year End Review and Langevin School Callout

A huge shout-out to the previous guests over the year and to 10yr old Isabella Kulak and a reminder that Jan. 4 is ribbon skirt/shirt day. plus I give a call out on Langevin School here in Calgary. Written notes and links in PDF★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Missing Children and Unmarked Burials TRC Vol. 4

Chapters and Chat book club in Calgary, founded June 2016, had our  monthly meeting on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report on the  missing children and unmarked burials of the Calls to Action 71-76 Join our Facebook group after watching the video: www.facebook.com/grou ...   Show more

Canadian Youth Letters Project

I am so excited and grateful to be joined by Sara, Danica, and Cassidy who are part of Canadian Youth Letters Project.  Their mission is to engage youth in politics and give them a political voice and to open communication between the government and the general population.  I str ...   Show more

Amber Twoyoungmen

Amber Twoyoungmen joins me to talk about filmmaking and being in Big Kitty Magazine.  We also talk about her struggle to get her nephew's status card through their band.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Boban

Boban joins me to talk about his immigration story starting with what life was like as an LGBTQ2+ activist in his home country and why he had to leave due to violence and the lack of bystander intervention.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Big Kitty

I am happy to be joined by Jennie, who has launched Big Kitty magazine here in Calgary.  Big Kitty is a Calgary arts, music & culture magazine.  Check out their website www.bigkittymag.com.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Izzy

This is a very graphic episode with violence and gender reassignment details to honour our friend Izzy’s journey and to honour the Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR)★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Deedra Salange Ladouceur

Deedra Salange Ladouceur is a Calgary based Métis creator, performer, musician and artist.  She created Ghost - Return to Mourning which is being released on Saturday November 21, online.  Find her on Facebook for more information.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Celina Tibo

I am joined by my friend and a wonderful Indigenous woman, Celina Tibo.  We talk about domestic violence, immune system issues, raising mixed kids and the newest Calgary Police video of the Black woman being brutalized.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Accountability to Indigenous Communities Project

I am joined by members of the CommunityWise Indigenous Advisory Group to talk about their Accountability to Indigenous Communities ProjectThis episode of Native Calgarian is sponsored by CommunityWise Resource Centre as part of their Anti-Racism Organizational Change (AROC) work. ...   Show more

Autumn Eaglespeaker

Making her debut in the podcast world, Autumn Eaglespeaker joins me for a great conversation!★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Chapters and Chat: 21 Things you Need to Know about the Indian Act

21 Things You May Not Know About The Indian Act is the essential guide to understanding the legal document and its repercussion on generations of Indigenous Peoples, written by a leading cultural sensitivity trainer. Since its creation in 1876, the Indian Act has shaped, controll ...   Show more

Carl M

Carl joins me to talk about some of the issues Métis have to face, reconciliation with a municipality in Alberta, and more.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

A quick review

Talking about violence towards Indigenous fishing rights, violence towards anti-racist protestors peacefully assembling, and the failure of the RCMP to do anything about these situations.   Also, I was contacted about a new book out, available on Amazon, called Restoring the Hist ...   Show more

Plowing the Graves

Did you know lots of Indian Residential Schools are now on private farmland? #Landback Also, an update on the Sisters in Spirit Vigil in Calgary, the MMIWG2T weekend, Justice for Joey English, racism and Ginsberg, and Mi’kmaw situation.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

Racism at Funeral Homes

Some guy joins me to discuss the profiting off Indigenous lives through funeral services as another arm of genocide.  If you have experienced racism in the funeral industry he would love to hear from you.★ Support this podcast on Patreon  

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