After a brief hiatus, we are happy to share another post full of links to news articles, blog posts, videos, and podcasts pertaining to Indigenous people, cultures, and issues. These links have been collected and are graciously provided by Alison Little, Senior Coordinator of Educational Programming and Exhibitions at the Archives of Ontario.
For the year ahead, we’ll be connecting these emails with the Moose Cree lunar-based calendar, where new year begins in March with Mikisiwi-piisim (Eagle Moon). The moon of March signals the return of the first migratory birds (those with talons), and with them the start of a new annual cycle.
The list is provided for reference only and the ACA does not guarantee the accuracy or comprehensiveness of each resource, nor endorse a particular perspective. Our aim is only to provide opportunities for our members to learn more about Indigenous peoples and colonial issues.
Media Indigena: When Coronavirus and Colonialism Collide (ep. 201)
First Nations artists, business owners promote their work online amid COVID-19 social distancing
COVID-19 concerns, closures have families and communities heading out on the land
Tribunal orders Canada to compensate parents who lost children in care
SmartICE: Supporting Inuit knowledge of the landscape with technology
‘A nightmare scenario’ — Indigenous communities are bracing for COVID-19
The Government of Canada Consults with Indigenous Peoples on the Implementation of the Indigenous Languages Act
Sewing, seal stew and stories: Inuit women in Ottawa gather to share traditions
A Métis Royal Rumble: Identity, Politics & The Failure Of Our Leadership
When multiple First Nations lay claim to ancient Indigenous remains, how does repatriation get sorted?
Indigenous youth co-develop a new way to measure their health
Government of Canada partners with Tłı̨chǫ First Nation to protect culturally important land in the Northwest Territories
965 Indigenous artifacts found in Kitchener during road construction
The blockades no one talks about devastate Indigenous economies
Wet’suwet’en: a wake-up call for Canada
'Reconciliation is dead and it was never really alive': Jesse Wente
Indigenous MPPs: Why we won’t sing ‘God Save the Queen’ at Queen’s Park today
'Reconciliation Is Dead,' Says MPP Sol Mamakwa After Tyendinaga Arrests
‘Historic’ meeting between Mohawk and Wet’suwet’en Nations occurs in Kahnawake
Elected Mohawk Chiefs call for Canada to respect traditional leadership and “see beyond the Indian Act”
A pipeline offers a stark reminder of Canada’s ongoing colonialism
Yolanda Bonnell's bug is an enthralling journey into Indigenous women's lives
Putting the RCMP raid on the Wet’suwet’en in historical perspective
Indigenous languages are seeing a dramatic revival through the arts
Partnerships form to repatriate cultural items
New wave of voices on #Indigenous TikTok
The breathtaking hypocrisy of the howls for "rule of law"
‘Institutionalized racism’ behind over-representation of Indigenous people in prisons
Indigenous water activist Autumn Peltier challenges politicians during World Economic Forum
Suspended: Metis Nation of Ontario out of national council, but is the decision valid?
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