Tag: missing and murdered indigenous
Navajo filmmaker and photographer Pamela J. Peters can now add 'poet' to her list of art genres, having won Button Poetry's best video poem of 2016.
I’ve always been aware of the racism that pervades our justice system and society, but the rate of missing and murdered indigenous women is nightmarish.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
Today, indigenous women of all ages continue to stand for great virtues, courage, & strength. After centuries of colonization, erasure, & devaluation.
In the midst of the debate over Joseph Boyden’s ethnic ambiguity, Konrad Yakabuski wrote a misguided Globe and Mail article in defense of Boyden.
The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, January 8, 2017, included New Year's resolutions, and Trump's evolving administration.
2016 ramped up the negatives and expletives, and 2017 is going to test the country’s mettle. But one thing about 2016 stands out – the Indians won.
Toni L. Tsatoke
If Native Americans are the “invisible” race, subject to systematic marginalization and institutional racism, then the women that belong to this population are on the fringe of the margins, in terms of social rights and politic power. Time and time again, my social media newsfeed has been flooded unresolved...
'Pig Girl' The powerful and provocative play in which aboriginal women are tortured and perish at the hands of serial murderer Robert Picton.
Lisa J. Ellwood
The 17th ImagineNATIVE - 11 Awesome Artists, Films at ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival
At 47, she walked on much too soon. The tragic and artistic life of Annie Pootoogook.
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