Ratiwennenhá:wi Adult Immersion McGill University Class of 2025, Kanehsatà:ke Mohawk Territory, September 2022

Ratiwennenhá:wi Adult Immersion & McGill University Teacher Program – students, teachers and Kanien’kéha supporters. Kanehsatà:ke Mohawk Territory – September 2022
Top Row, Left to Right:
Teharahkó:ken G. Cree, Rayna Dobin, Otsi’tsa’ ón:we Julie Gaspé, Rarakwahá:wi Kevin Nelson
Middle Row Seated Left to Right:
Oró:te Keziah Etienne, Kawisaiénhne Julia Albany, Wenhni’tí:io William Gareau, Kahontókta Brigitte Beauvais
Bottom Row Seated Left to Right:
Tiorihwaié:ri Megan Harding, Katsi’tsí:io Adrienne Gareau, Karihwenhá:wi Caira Nicholas, Kanathi:ióstha Julia Lazore, Owén:na’kon Sabrina Richard, Sha’tekenhá:wi Jones Howard.
Teiawenniseráte Jeremy Tomlinson, Kanáhstatsi Nancy Howard, Kanerahtenhá:wi Hilda Nicholas.

Miniseries “Indigenous Worldview in the Americas”


“Indigenous Worldview in the Americas” is a miniseries where multiple archaeological collections from the Americas have been analyzed by different specialists, thus managing to converse and find intercultural approaches on relevant and current issues.

1. Nature: May 27, 2022  4.51 minutes     2.  Protective Spirits: June 3, 2022  4.36 minutes    3.  Living Inside:  June 10, 2022  4.54 minutes  4.  Our Grandparents: June 17, 2022 – Premieres at 8:00 p.m.


Federal official blocked residential school survivor group’s search to name missing children

Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association searching to identify four children

Jorge Barrera · CBC News · Posted: Mar 30, 2022 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: 5 hours ago



10 things to know about indigenous peoples by the United Nations Development Programme July 29th, 2021

Indigenous peoples are the keepers of unique cultures, traditions, languages and knowledge. Here are ten things you might not know about how they live and what they value.



International Decade of Indigenous Languages 2022-2032

The International Decade of Indigenous Languages is the opportunity to discuss best-shared practices to promote and protect Indigenous languages. On 22 April join our high-level launch event. More info coming soon!

Register on our platform http://idil2022-2032.org #indigenous


New Book Exposes Medical Violence Inflicted on Indigenous Children in Canada

https://fightingforahandtohold.ca            Last updated on Nov 24, 2020

As Justin Trudeau prepares to make his Throne Speech, pediatric emergency physician Samir Shaheen-Hussain has published Fighting for A Hand to Hold: Confronting Medical Colonialism against Indigenous Children in Canada. The book, released today, exposes the historical and on-going violence inflicted on Indigenous children in Canada and the Canadian medical establishment’s role in the genocide of Indigenous Peoples.

Micro-documentary trailer: Fighting for A Hand to Hold    


Micro-documentary trailer by Katsi’tsakwas Ellen Gabriel. Thanks to Kent Monkman for sharing his art in the making of this video. Interview with Samir Shaheen-Hussain filmed in November 2020.







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