Tag Archives: Edmonton

Today I found a Neo-Nazi Poster

I don’t have much else to say that I haven’t said already on social media. One thing I didn’t say, and should have, is important: I am not surprised I saw this poster. Neo-Nazis have existed in Canada (and in … Continue reading

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Alberta Teachers’ Association Member Thoughts on Aboriginal Content in BEd Programs and K-12 Classrooms

Hello peoples of the internet! I realize it has been some time since I’ve posted anything. There are some things swirling around in my head, but alas, they are not coherent enough yet for a ‘real’ post. But perhaps they … Continue reading

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Casual Reminder about Street Harassment in Edmonton

This is a casual reminder for folks that live in Edmonton–but particularly those than identify as men–that street harassment occurs frequently in this city. It is endemic. It is unwanted and degrading. It is violent and disgusting. This is also … Continue reading

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Settler Resistance: Where Are We Now?

Since I left Ottawa, I have been thinking a lot about my place and where I fit; my place here in amiskwaciwâskahikan/peohan/Treaty Six, my place in Canada, my place in North America, and my place in the unfamiliar countries of … Continue reading

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To Candidacy…and Beyond: Week One

I did stuff! I wrote things! Seeing that I initiated my writing challenge for myself on a Wednesday with the intent of ‘really’ starting on Sunday May 10th, I have a week and a half of update to write. The … Continue reading

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I Am Not From Here

Over the last year and a half or so I have been thinking about why Edmonton does not feel quite right to me. I have this feeling of uncomfortable-ness that isn’t anxiety, and isn’t fear, but nevertheless I do not … Continue reading

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Teach-In on Treaty Rights and Indigenous Education and the First Nations Education Act

Friends of mine have organized a teach-in about Indigenous Education and the First Nation Education Act at the University of Alberta that includes Cree legal scholar Sharon Venne and Idle No more co-founder Sylvia McAdam, among other scholars and community … Continue reading

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