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What Mexican land defenders told us at a bar on a...

One of the most eye opening experiences during my trip to Mexico was a community talk at a local bar.  To immerse ourselves into the...

Strong and Resilient Indigenous Women and Two-Spirit people

As Women’s History Month continues through the month of March, I find myself noticing the lack of Indigenous representation in the media (outside of...

UW professors stand with the Wet’suwet’en Nation

Eighty professors and students from UW have signed a statement of solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en Nation of British Columbia, along with 5908 individuals from...

Just some fire Native memes

They’re relatable, they’re healing, and they’re hilarious: this week I am writing to you about the incredible world of Native memes. Why? I am...

ISA Pressure Day Indigenous Students Association ramps up the pressure on...

Following the recent protests all over Canada against the Coastal Gas Link running through Indigenous land, the Indigenous Student Association of UW held an...

In Photos: Waterloo Wet’suwet’en solidarity march

Indigenous community, climate activists, UW students and various members of the KW community united on Feb. 10, 2020 to march in solidarity for the...

Indigenous reads for your holiday break Part of an ongoing series...

Just like you, we are doing our best to cram all of our notes together as the term comes to a close and exams...

Year of Indigenous Languages ends, revitalization remains crucial

  It is coming to the end of the year, a time which many people are sharing memories of the past months and reflecting on...

A Primer on Land Acknowledgements Part of an ongoing series...

I was told a story once about a professor trying to get a point across about the silliness of land acknowledgements. At the beginning of class,...

History of the Indigenous voice Part of an ongoing series by...

Election periods can raise tensions in any groups of people, however productive or divisive in nature they may be. As a Mohawk-European woman studying Planning...