EPISODE 8: NINA

inuk throat singer, advocate and community worker, nina, shares her story of the 60s Scoop, adoption, identity and belonging, finding herself in community, coming in to her role as educator and advocate, triumphs within the system, relationships with Elders, reuniting with family, mental health, self care and being a mother.

EPISODE 7: WAPSHKANKWET

wapshkankwet is a potawatomi mother, mortician, funeral director, after-death care worker, writer and artist. during the COVID epidemic, our meeting in virginia was cancelled, so we zoomed and mused about identity, death and death care in indigenous and western contexts, laughing at death as healing, trauma and the past, land, first contact, living in a graveyard, and surviving.

EPISODE 6: SKAWENNATI

one of the first indigenous internet nerds, skawennati is a kanienʼkehá꞉ka mom, visual artist, cyber explorer and innovator, and educator. skawennati shares her journey on internet beginnings, collaborating in community, indigenous cyber territories, fashion, upsetting the algorithm and meeting the royal family.

EPISODE 2: MOE

two-spirit métis performance artist, singer, educator moe clark shares about identity, art, growing up on the plains, kin, collective creation, the transmission of indigi knowledge, Elders, love and the future.
revel in her opening song: miywâsin.