Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair
How the Orange Shirt Day movement impacts everyone, every day
Orange Shirt Day is held annually on September 30th to honour survivors of residential schools. This meaningful and significant movement started in 2013 to recognize the month in which Indigenous children were removed from their parents.
Learning an Indigenous language through tech and the new normal
Gii wiijiiye Anishinaabemowin Zoom akinoomaageng. Try saying this phrase. Here’s how it’s pronounced. GEE WEE-JEE-YA AH-NISH-AH-NAH-BAY-MOW-IN ZOOM AH-KE-NOO-MAH-GAYNG. You just said, “I attended an Anishinaabe language Zoom class.” Zooming your…
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