Indigenous Peoples

Trent’s Indigenous Bachelor of Education Students go to Winnipeg
Arthur journalist and Indigenous B.Ed. candidate, Bethanie Dusome, chronicles her trip to Winnipeg where she attended Indspire's National Gathering for Indigenous Education.
Language as a Form of Love, Respect, and Reconciliation
Indigenous playwright, composer, pianist, and author Tomson Highway recently featured at Trent University's M.L. Morton Lecture series. Journalist Owen Harrison reflects on the event, Highway's discussion of language, and his new album Cree Country.
A Conversation with Dene Artist Antoine Mountain: Art, Resilience and Healing
Irene Suvillaga interviews Dene artist and author Antoine Mountain about his life, art, and book "From Bear Rock Mountain". He speaks about his artistic process and how it stemmed from his time in a residential school.
Black Girls Chatter
In this weeks' episode of Black Girls Chatter, Shaela and Alicia discuss BIPOC mascots and how they affect the communities they are depicting, giving specific examples of Aunt Jemima and the Lakefield Chiefs.
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