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Losing My Mother while Becoming a Mother: Grief and Motherhood

This is the most personal blog post I have ever written. It shares my experiences of losing my mother while becoming a mother. It shares my experiences of grief, postpartum depression, the mixture of both, the insanities I felt, and most importantly, the love I held onto despite it all. It was during two transformative … Continue reading Losing My Mother while Becoming a Mother: Grief and Motherhood

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

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