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Colonial Humour about Indigenous Peoples is not “Indian” Humour

We all do it. Us as Indigenous peoples. We crack jokes about our trauma. We share stories that make us laugh about our impoverished childhoods. “Remember when mom used to get rank mad and would throw dishes if we weren’t listening?” “Remember that time our friends came over and looked in the cupboards and asked … Continue reading Colonial Humour about Indigenous Peoples is not “Indian” Humour

Decolonization and Indigenization is the New Reconciliation

Decolonization and indigenization is the new reconciliation. And many of our people are blindly holding, and even kissing, colonialism’s hand in the process. So many of our people are willingly playing the lead role in the now colonial-skewed process of “decolonization” and “indigenization.” They are becoming the pets to the university deans, the star-pupils to … Continue reading Decolonization and Indigenization is the New Reconciliation

The Intergenerational Resistance of Unapologetic Indigenous Parents

To be an indigenous parent in the generations before ours meant ensuring that indigenous children were raised with the weapons of safety and camouflage in order to stay in the family homefires, on the traditional homelands, and most importantly, to be kept alive. To be an indigenous parent in today’s day and age means ensuring … Continue reading The Intergenerational Resistance of Unapologetic Indigenous Parents

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