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Thursday, April 18th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Reclaim

Kris gets a personal tour from Park Manager Jeff Monague, who takes Kris on a survival skills walk in Springwater Park near Barrie, Ontario. Our team joins Sarain on her tour of Fatty Legs, a choral performance about Residential School that she co-created with Xara Choral Theatre. Kris and Sarain are invited into the jewelry workshop of Metal Artist, Sculptor and Educator Mathew Nuqingaq, owner of Aayuraa Studio in Iqaluit.

Saturday, April 20th

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:58
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Recover NEW

Kris visits the Haudenosaunee Longhouses in the interactive museum of Ska-nah-doht Village in the Lower Thames Valley. Sarain tackles the famous Cup and Saucer Trail on Manitoulin Island as part of the Great Spirit Circle Trail, a tour guide company that is reframing the way tourists experience the land. Kris and Sarain lose themselves in the world of Virtual Reality with Haudenosaunee Software Developer Monica Peters, who gives them head-mounted displays and takes them on a journey into Endangered Languages.

Monday, April 22nd

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:59
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Reclaim

Kris gets a personal tour from Park Manager Jeff Monague, who takes Kris on a survival skills walk in Springwater Park near Barrie, Ontario. Our team joins Sarain on her tour of Fatty Legs, a choral performance about Residential School that she co-created with Xara Choral Theatre. Kris and Sarain are invited into the jewelry workshop of Metal Artist, Sculptor and Educator Mathew Nuqingaq, owner of Aayuraa Studio in Iqaluit.

Wednesday, April 24th

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:58
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Recover

Kris visits the Haudenosaunee Longhouses in the interactive museum of Ska-nah-doht Village in the Lower Thames Valley. Sarain tackles the famous Cup and Saucer Trail on Manitoulin Island as part of the Great Spirit Circle Trail, a tour guide company that is reframing the way tourists experience the land. Kris and Sarain lose themselves in the world of Virtual Reality with Haudenosaunee Software Developer Monica Peters, who gives them head-mounted displays and takes them on a journey into Endangered Languages.

Thursday, April 25th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:58
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Recover

Kris visits the Haudenosaunee Longhouses in the interactive museum of Ska-nah-doht Village in the Lower Thames Valley. Sarain tackles the famous Cup and Saucer Trail on Manitoulin Island as part of the Great Spirit Circle Trail, a tour guide company that is reframing the way tourists experience the land. Kris and Sarain lose themselves in the world of Virtual Reality with Haudenosaunee Software Developer Monica Peters, who gives them head-mounted displays and takes them on a journey into Endangered Languages.

Saturday, April 27th

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:57
Widescreen

Redefine NEW

Kris learns about the ancient practice of pictographs from Artist, Activist and Anishnaabe Knowledge Keeper Isaac Murdoch. Sarain goes to North Bay and visits with K'Tigaaning Midwives who are Indigenizing childbirth and the Western practice of prenatal care. Kris and Sarain join award-winning writer and podcaster Ryan McMahon in studio and learn about the power of digital storytelling.

Monday, April 29th

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:58
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Recover

Kris visits the Haudenosaunee Longhouses in the interactive museum of Ska-nah-doht Village in the Lower Thames Valley. Sarain tackles the famous Cup and Saucer Trail on Manitoulin Island as part of the Great Spirit Circle Trail, a tour guide company that is reframing the way tourists experience the land. Kris and Sarain lose themselves in the world of Virtual Reality with Haudenosaunee Software Developer Monica Peters, who gives them head-mounted displays and takes them on a journey into Endangered Languages.

Wednesday, May 1st

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:57
Widescreen

Redefine

Kris learns about the ancient practice of pictographs from Artist, Activist and Anishnaabe Knowledge Keeper Isaac Murdoch. Sarain goes to North Bay and visits with K'Tigaaning Midwives who are Indigenizing childbirth and the Western practice of prenatal care. Kris and Sarain join award-winning writer and podcaster Ryan McMahon in studio and learn about the power of digital storytelling.

Thursday, May 2nd

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:57
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Redefine

Kris learns about the ancient practice of pictographs from Artist, Activist and Anishnaabe Knowledge Keeper Isaac Murdoch. Sarain goes to North Bay and visits with K'Tigaaning Midwives who are Indigenizing childbirth and the Western practice of prenatal care. Kris and Sarain join award-winning writer and podcaster Ryan McMahon in studio and learn about the power of digital storytelling.

Saturday, May 4th

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:56
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Renew NEW

Kris meets with Alexandra Kahsenni:io Nahwegahbow, the first ever Associate Curator of Historical Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. Sarain does a radio interview with Author/Journalist and CBC radio host Waubgeshig Rice and joins him for a book reading of his new novel "Moon of the Crusted Snow" at Laurentian University. Kris and Sarain visit Tumikuluit Saipaaqivik, Iqaluit's first Inuktitut Daycare, and talk with Executive Director Celina Kalluk who is empowering the next generation of Inuktitut speakers.

Monday, May 6th

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:57
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Redefine

Kris learns about the ancient practice of pictographs from Artist, Activist and Anishnaabe Knowledge Keeper Isaac Murdoch. Sarain goes to North Bay and visits with K'Tigaaning Midwives who are Indigenizing childbirth and the Western practice of prenatal care. Kris and Sarain join award-winning writer and podcaster Ryan McMahon in studio and learn about the power of digital storytelling.

Wednesday, May 8th

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:56
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Renew

Kris meets with Alexandra Kahsenni:io Nahwegahbow, the first ever Associate Curator of Historical Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. Sarain does a radio interview with Author/Journalist and CBC radio host Waubgeshig Rice and joins him for a book reading of his new novel "Moon of the Crusted Snow" at Laurentian University. Kris and Sarain visit Tumikuluit Saipaaqivik, Iqaluit's first Inuktitut Daycare, and talk with Executive Director Celina Kalluk who is empowering the next generation of Inuktitut speakers.

Thursday, May 9th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:56
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Renew

Kris meets with Alexandra Kahsenni:io Nahwegahbow, the first ever Associate Curator of Historical Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. Sarain does a radio interview with Author/Journalist and CBC radio host Waubgeshig Rice and joins him for a book reading of his new novel "Moon of the Crusted Snow" at Laurentian University. Kris and Sarain visit Tumikuluit Saipaaqivik, Iqaluit's first Inuktitut Daycare, and talk with Executive Director Celina Kalluk who is empowering the next generation of Inuktitut speakers.

Saturday, May 11th

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:58
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Restore NEW

Kris gets a personal tour by brother/sister scholars Jade and Mitch Huguenin who are largely responsible for the inclusion of Metis history and knowledge in the historical site of Discovery Harbour in Penetanguishene. Sarain gets her groove on in the home recording studio of award-winning Anishnaabe family band Digging Roots and discusses their land-based approach to music composition. Kris and Sarain download the Anishnaabemowin app "Challenge4Change" and talk with Chief of Wiikwemkoong, Anishnaabemowin Speaker and Language Advocate Duke Peltier about the communal creation of a digital language portal that will support future learners of Anishnabemowin.

Monday, May 13th

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:56
Widescreen

Renew

Kris meets with Alexandra Kahsenni:io Nahwegahbow, the first ever Associate Curator of Historical Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. Sarain does a radio interview with Author/Journalist and CBC radio host Waubgeshig Rice and joins him for a book reading of his new novel "Moon of the Crusted Snow" at Laurentian University. Kris and Sarain visit Tumikuluit Saipaaqivik, Iqaluit's first Inuktitut Daycare, and talk with Executive Director Celina Kalluk who is empowering the next generation of Inuktitut speakers.

Wednesday, May 15th

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:58
Widescreen

Restore

Kris gets a personal tour by brother/sister scholars Jade and Mitch Huguenin who are largely responsible for the inclusion of Metis history and knowledge in the historical site of Discovery Harbour in Penetanguishene. Sarain gets her groove on in the home recording studio of award-winning Anishnaabe family band Digging Roots and discusses their land-based approach to music composition. Kris and Sarain download the Anishnaabemowin app "Challenge4Change" and talk with Chief of Wiikwemkoong, Anishnaabemowin Speaker and Language Advocate Duke Peltier about the communal creation of a digital language portal that will support future learners of Anishnabemowin.

Thursday, May 16th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:58
Widescreen

Restore

Kris gets a personal tour by brother/sister scholars Jade and Mitch Huguenin who are largely responsible for the inclusion of Metis history and knowledge in the historical site of Discovery Harbour in Penetanguishene. Sarain gets her groove on in the home recording studio of award-winning Anishnaabe family band Digging Roots and discusses their land-based approach to music composition. Kris and Sarain download the Anishnaabemowin app "Challenge4Change" and talk with Chief of Wiikwemkoong, Anishnaabemowin Speaker and Language Advocate Duke Peltier about the communal creation of a digital language portal that will support future learners of Anishnabemowin.

Saturday, May 18th

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:58
Widescreen

Replenish NEW

Kris walks through the Sheguiandah Quarry on Manitoulin Island, an unmarked prehistoric site that proves Indigenous settlement since the Ice Age. Sarain visits with Anishnaabe Singer/Drummer/Teacher Tasheena Sarazin who creates safe places for women around the drum, on the pow wow trail, and in their own families and communities. Kris and Sarain get a glimpse into the food sustainability programs created by Enaadmaagehjik: Wikwemikong Development Commission on Manitoulin Island.

Monday, May 20th

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:58
Widescreen

Restore

Kris gets a personal tour by brother/sister scholars Jade and Mitch Huguenin who are largely responsible for the inclusion of Metis history and knowledge in the historical site of Discovery Harbour in Penetanguishene. Sarain gets her groove on in the home recording studio of award-winning Anishnaabe family band Digging Roots and discusses their land-based approach to music composition. Kris and Sarain download the Anishnaabemowin app "Challenge4Change" and talk with Chief of Wiikwemkoong, Anishnaabemowin Speaker and Language Advocate Duke Peltier about the communal creation of a digital language portal that will support future learners of Anishnabemowin.

Wednesday, May 22nd

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:58
Widescreen

Replenish

Kris walks through the Sheguiandah Quarry on Manitoulin Island, an unmarked prehistoric site that proves Indigenous settlement since the Ice Age. Sarain visits with Anishnaabe Singer/Drummer/Teacher Tasheena Sarazin who creates safe places for women around the drum, on the pow wow trail, and in their own families and communities. Kris and Sarain get a glimpse into the food sustainability programs created by Enaadmaagehjik: Wikwemikong Development Commission on Manitoulin Island.

Thursday, May 23rd

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:58
Widescreen

Replenish

Kris walks through the Sheguiandah Quarry on Manitoulin Island, an unmarked prehistoric site that proves Indigenous settlement since the Ice Age. Sarain visits with Anishnaabe Singer/Drummer/Teacher Tasheena Sarazin who creates safe places for women around the drum, on the pow wow trail, and in their own families and communities. Kris and Sarain get a glimpse into the food sustainability programs created by Enaadmaagehjik: Wikwemikong Development Commission on Manitoulin Island.

Saturday, May 25th

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:57
Widescreen

Paradigm Shift NEW

Kris goes to Ottawa to meet Elaine Kicknosway, 60's Scoop Advocate and Co-Founder of The National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network whose work gives survivors a voice and platform in their fight for recognition, justice and reconciliation. Sarain travels to Ajax and enters the "situation room," where Mi'kmaq Lawyer, Professor and Social Justice Advocate Dr. Pamela Palmater records her "Warrior Life" podcast. Kris and Sarain go into the bush to visit Nimkii Aazhibikong, the year-round Ojibway Art, Culture and Language Revitalization Camp in Elliot Lake where Elders and Youth come together to preserve and revive oral transmission of knowledge in an environment of land-based teachings.

Monday, May 27th

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:58
Widescreen

Replenish

Kris walks through the Sheguiandah Quarry on Manitoulin Island, an unmarked prehistoric site that proves Indigenous settlement since the Ice Age. Sarain visits with Anishnaabe Singer/Drummer/Teacher Tasheena Sarazin who creates safe places for women around the drum, on the pow wow trail, and in their own families and communities. Kris and Sarain get a glimpse into the food sustainability programs created by Enaadmaagehjik: Wikwemikong Development Commission on Manitoulin Island.

Wednesday, May 29th

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:57
Widescreen

Paradigm Shift

Kris goes to Ottawa to meet Elaine Kicknosway, 60's Scoop Advocate and Co-Founder of The National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network whose work gives survivors a voice and platform in their fight for recognition, justice and reconciliation. Sarain travels to Ajax and enters the "situation room," where Mi'kmaq Lawyer, Professor and Social Justice Advocate Dr. Pamela Palmater records her "Warrior Life" podcast. Kris and Sarain go into the bush to visit Nimkii Aazhibikong, the year-round Ojibway Art, Culture and Language Revitalization Camp in Elliot Lake where Elders and Youth come together to preserve and revive oral transmission of knowledge in an environment of land-based teachings.

Thursday, May 30th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:57
Widescreen

Paradigm Shift

Kris goes to Ottawa to meet Elaine Kicknosway, 60's Scoop Advocate and Co-Founder of The National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network whose work gives survivors a voice and platform in their fight for recognition, justice and reconciliation. Sarain travels to Ajax and enters the "situation room," where Mi'kmaq Lawyer, Professor and Social Justice Advocate Dr. Pamela Palmater records her "Warrior Life" podcast. Kris and Sarain go into the bush to visit Nimkii Aazhibikong, the year-round Ojibway Art, Culture and Language Revitalization Camp in Elliot Lake where Elders and Youth come together to preserve and revive oral transmission of knowledge in an environment of land-based teachings.

Saturday, June 1st

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:43
Widescreen

Origin Stories: Where Do I Begin?

Kris Nahrgang, and Sarain Carson Fox share their personal origin stories. After visiting Traditional Teacher Isaac Murdoch at Nimkii Aazhbikoong Culture Camp, Kris takes Sarain on an underwater diving exploration. Sarain brings Kris to meet her dad, Chief of the Eastern Doorway of the Three Fires Midewiwin Lodge, in Shawanaga First Nation.

Monday, June 3rd

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:57
Widescreen

Paradigm Shift

Kris goes to Ottawa to meet Elaine Kicknosway, 60's Scoop Advocate and Co-Founder of The National Indigenous Survivors of Child Welfare Network whose work gives survivors a voice and platform in their fight for recognition, justice and reconciliation. Sarain travels to Ajax and enters the "situation room," where Mi'kmaq Lawyer, Professor and Social Justice Advocate Dr. Pamela Palmater records her "Warrior Life" podcast. Kris and Sarain go into the bush to visit Nimkii Aazhibikong, the year-round Ojibway Art, Culture and Language Revitalization Camp in Elliot Lake where Elders and Youth come together to preserve and revive oral transmission of knowledge in an environment of land-based teachings.

Wednesday, June 5th

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:43
Widescreen

Origin Stories: Where Do I Begin?

Kris Nahrgang, and Sarain Carson Fox share their personal origin stories. After visiting Traditional Teacher Isaac Murdoch at Nimkii Aazhbikoong Culture Camp, Kris takes Sarain on an underwater diving exploration. Sarain brings Kris to meet her dad, Chief of the Eastern Doorway of the Three Fires Midewiwin Lodge, in Shawanaga First Nation.

Thursday, June 6th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:43
Widescreen

Origin Stories: Where Do I Begin?

Kris Nahrgang, and Sarain Carson Fox share their personal origin stories. After visiting Traditional Teacher Isaac Murdoch at Nimkii Aazhbikoong Culture Camp, Kris takes Sarain on an underwater diving exploration. Sarain brings Kris to meet her dad, Chief of the Eastern Doorway of the Three Fires Midewiwin Lodge, in Shawanaga First Nation.

Saturday, June 8th

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:32
Widescreen

The Children

Kris and Sarain speak with Child Welfare Activist Cindy Blackstock. Residential School Survivor Roberta Hill shares her experience from her time at the Mohawk Institute. 60's Scoop Survivor and Throat Singer Nina Segalowitz tells her story about when she was stolen from the hospital and adopted out.

Monday, June 10th

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:43
Widescreen

Origin Stories: Where Do I Begin?

Kris Nahrgang, and Sarain Carson Fox share their personal origin stories. After visiting Traditional Teacher Isaac Murdoch at Nimkii Aazhbikoong Culture Camp, Kris takes Sarain on an underwater diving exploration. Sarain brings Kris to meet her dad, Chief of the Eastern Doorway of the Three Fires Midewiwin Lodge, in Shawanaga First Nation.

Wednesday, June 12th

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:32
Widescreen

The Children

Kris and Sarain speak with Child Welfare Activist Cindy Blackstock. Residential School Survivor Roberta Hill shares her experience from her time at the Mohawk Institute. 60's Scoop Survivor and Throat Singer Nina Segalowitz tells her story about when she was stolen from the hospital and adopted out.

Thursday, June 13th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:32
Widescreen

The Children

Kris and Sarain speak with Child Welfare Activist Cindy Blackstock. Residential School Survivor Roberta Hill shares her experience from her time at the Mohawk Institute. 60's Scoop Survivor and Throat Singer Nina Segalowitz tells her story about when she was stolen from the hospital and adopted out.

Saturday, June 15th

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:42
Widescreen

Shifting Policy & Reclaiming Indigenous Knowledge

Sarain and Kris meet with First Nations Policy Analyst Russell Diabo in Innisfil who explains the history and impact of the Indian Act. They drop into an after-school youth program on Mnjikaning First Nation created by Social Worker Kendra Keetch and visit with Melissa Tidlumaluk Irwin at Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a cultural hub and university program for Inuit in Ottawa.

Monday, June 17th

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:32
Widescreen

The Children

Kris and Sarain speak with Child Welfare Activist Cindy Blackstock. Residential School Survivor Roberta Hill shares her experience from her time at the Mohawk Institute. 60's Scoop Survivor and Throat Singer Nina Segalowitz tells her story about when she was stolen from the hospital and adopted out.

Wednesday, June 19th

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:42
Widescreen

Shifting Policy & Reclaiming Indigenous Knowledge

Sarain and Kris meet with First Nations Policy Analyst Russell Diabo in Innisfil who explains the history and impact of the Indian Act. They drop into an after-school youth program on Mnjikaning First Nation created by Social Worker Kendra Keetch and visit with Melissa Tidlumaluk Irwin at Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a cultural hub and university program for Inuit in Ottawa.

Thursday, June 20th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:42
Widescreen

Shifting Policy & Reclaiming Indigenous Knowledge

Sarain and Kris meet with First Nations Policy Analyst Russell Diabo in Innisfil who explains the history and impact of the Indian Act. They drop into an after-school youth program on Mnjikaning First Nation created by Social Worker Kendra Keetch and visit with Melissa Tidlumaluk Irwin at Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a cultural hub and university program for Inuit in Ottawa.

Saturday, June 22nd

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:43
Widescreen

Water

Sarain and Kris catch up with Water Walker Josephine Mandamin during her 10,900 mile walk around the Great Lakes and visit with Artist/Activist Christi Belcourt in Elliot Lake. On Georgina Island, Kris and Sarain witness the results of the restoration project of Gerties Creek supervised by Environmentalist Kerry-Ann Charles.

Monday, June 24th

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:42
Widescreen

Shifting Policy & Reclaiming Indigenous Knowledge

Sarain and Kris meet with First Nations Policy Analyst Russell Diabo in Innisfil who explains the history and impact of the Indian Act. They drop into an after-school youth program on Mnjikaning First Nation created by Social Worker Kendra Keetch and visit with Melissa Tidlumaluk Irwin at Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a cultural hub and university program for Inuit in Ottawa.

Wednesday, June 26th

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:43
Widescreen

Water

Sarain and Kris catch up with Water Walker Josephine Mandamin during her 10,900 mile walk around the Great Lakes and visit with Artist/Activist Christi Belcourt in Elliot Lake. On Georgina Island, Kris and Sarain witness the results of the restoration project of Gerties Creek supervised by Environmentalist Kerry-Ann Charles.

Thursday, June 27th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:43
Widescreen

Water

Sarain and Kris catch up with Water Walker Josephine Mandamin during her 10,900 mile walk around the Great Lakes and visit with Artist/Activist Christi Belcourt in Elliot Lake. On Georgina Island, Kris and Sarain witness the results of the restoration project of Gerties Creek supervised by Environmentalist Kerry-Ann Charles.

Saturday, June 29th

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:42
Widescreen

Pow Wow & Exhibition

Kris and Sarain meet Knowledge Keeper and Traditional Dancer Jordan White Eye Williams who shares the history of the Pow Wow. In Toronto, they are invited into a theatre space with Activist Actor/Playwright Monique Mojica to talk about her show Side Show Freaks and Circus Injuns. Then, Sarain and Kris take a Hoop Dance workshop with Storyteller/Dancer Crystal "Beany" John.

Monday, July 1st

4:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:43
Widescreen

Water

Sarain and Kris catch up with Water Walker Josephine Mandamin during her 10,900 mile walk around the Great Lakes and visit with Artist/Activist Christi Belcourt in Elliot Lake. On Georgina Island, Kris and Sarain witness the results of the restoration project of Gerties Creek supervised by Environmentalist Kerry-Ann Charles.

Wednesday, July 3rd

6:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:42
Widescreen

Pow Wow & Exhibition

Kris and Sarain meet Knowledge Keeper and Traditional Dancer Jordan White Eye Williams who shares the history of the Pow Wow. In Toronto, they are invited into a theatre space with Activist Actor/Playwright Monique Mojica to talk about her show Side Show Freaks and Circus Injuns. Then, Sarain and Kris take a Hoop Dance workshop with Storyteller/Dancer Crystal "Beany" John.

Thursday, July 4th

3:00am on
Runtime: 00:21:42
Widescreen

Pow Wow & Exhibition

Kris and Sarain meet Knowledge Keeper and Traditional Dancer Jordan White Eye Williams who shares the history of the Pow Wow. In Toronto, they are invited into a theatre space with Activist Actor/Playwright Monique Mojica to talk about her show Side Show Freaks and Circus Injuns. Then, Sarain and Kris take a Hoop Dance workshop with Storyteller/Dancer Crystal "Beany" John.

Saturday, July 6th

5:30pm on
Runtime: 00:21:42
Widescreen

The Arts: Shifting The Narrative

Broadcaster and Curator Jessie Wente gives a deeper understanding of the effects of misrepresentation of Indigenous people in Hollywood. Sarain and Kris drop in on a drumming and singing workshop led by Singer/Actress Tamara Podemski and then a movement class with Artistic Directors Penny Couchie and Sid Bobb of Aanmitaagzi Story Makers.