Conversation with Freddy Stoneypoint – Indigenous badass


Freddy Stoneypoint, Ojibwe land protector and student-activist from Sagamok Anishnawbek, currently at Carleton University, has been arrested twice on stolen native land for direct actions supporting the rights and existence of Indigenous peoples:  and 
We hung out in Kahnesatake, Kanien’kehá:ka territory, where the town of Oka and the government of Canada continues to steal native land; a fitting place for our discussion.
Here is our conversation (it was a windy day!)

It’s Not My Job to Teach You About Indigenous People – The Walrus Magazine

It’s Not My Job to Teach You About Indigenous People

Ask questions about Indigenous issues & realities? Yes. Questions are good and welcome. Also, read and explore recommended resources so that we can have a discourse and engage EACH OTHER. In other words: Do your homework.

Everyday Harassment: Trump, Val d’Or & Me.

I was the new girl, soon to be the bad girl.

Some years ago, when my husband was my boyfriend and I didn’t have children, he took me to the birthday party of a long-time friend. It was one of those first dates: meeting the circle of friends. I was confident and nervous at the same time. Upscale neighborhood, lots of smiles and handshakes, champagne and canapes. Continue reading