Tune in June 2nd to Our Interview on #WDR #Zeitzeichen’s Broadcast: “The Indian Citizenship Act”

Tune in June 2nd, our interview by Claudia Friedrich will be part of the (LINK) WDR Zeitzeichen broadcast on “The Indian Citizenship Act”. Make a note to listen in on topics of racism, white supremacist ideology and tokenism, all of which involves Germany’s problematic treatment of Native peoples and cultures today. All intersecting with and part of the […]

“Can you #copyright #culture?” Article & Video from dBs Studios #Berlin

From the event March 13, in the on-going series of discussions, dBs Dialogues in Berlin, at the dBs Film & Music School. Can you copyright culture?  5 Things We learned: You can love in the wrong way We should watch our privilege The digital age is blurring cultural lines Diversity is essential to understanding Change […]

#Stereotypes are the Underpinning Elements of Racism, Terrorism & Intolerance-No Matter What You Think

Image shared via Moets Ormsby, regarding the terrorist act committed March 2019 in New Zealand. But #Stereotypes are harmless? A large part of the rise of white terrorism is the complete failure of European and western societies like the USA, Germany, New Zealand etc. to teach the accurate history of their colonial brutality, horrific violence, theft, […]

“When we forget”: I am Indigenous and I didn’t know — K.I.N. Knowledge in Indigenous Networks

I write this post with mixed emotions regarding my Indigenous identity. I’m angry for the stolen heritage, a consequence of colonization in my birth territory. I’m embarrassed about not knowing my native ancestry, and I’m self-conscious about what other people, especially those who identify as Indigenous would think about my claims, particularly from my country, […] […]

Thanks to Paved Arts, Wanuskewin Galleries & Audiences for Our Screening

Sincere thanks to everyone who came out on a seriously cold evening in #Saskatoon, to our Screening: Forget Winnetou! Loving in the Wrong Way on 18 January at PAVED Arts. The event was in cooperation with Wanuskewin Heritage Park and Wanuskewin Galleries on their symposium honoring the work of Norval Morrisseau, First Nations artist. Photo by Paved Arts.