Reviews

NDN Review- Michael Greyeyes Stages the Contemporary Indian

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Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers reviews Michael Greyeyes’ PuSh Festival Keynote Manifesto “Staging Ethnicity: A Manifesto for Yesterday”

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Prison of Grass: Canada from a Native Point of View by Howard Adams

image“The oppression of the Native people is so deeply rooted in the capitalist system that it cannot be completely eliminated without eliminating capitalism itself” – Howard Adams

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The Squaw Hall Project- A Community Remembers

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What happens when you give youth living in a community rife with racism the means to create their own documentary based on a historic landmark with a controversial history? The Squaw Hall Project is the unexpectedly profound and uplifting result of this undertaking.

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“Us and Them” at the Cultch

imageRedwire sits down with first nations actors Brandy McCullum and Sundown Stieger to talk about their performance in the interactive theatre play ‘Us and Them’. They tell us how they can relate to their characters in the play, as well as many other First Nations people living in concrete jungles.

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A Tribe Called Two Toes Tour

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Red Bull fueled mania….from coast to coast!

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