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The Indigenous Climate Action Pod (presented by Indigenous Climate Action) aims to both build up the Indigenous rights movement in so-called Canada and to connect with Indigenous Peoples, even when we cannot meet in person. For many Indigenous Peoples, access to internet is often limited and resources such as videos and websites can be difficult to access, and books can be difficult to obtain due to costs, so accessibility is the foundation upon which this show was made. The podcast team is ...
 
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Traditional materials are both beautiful and sustainable, but they take a lot of work to prepare! We talked to three folks with lots of experience in this art form, covering sealskins, hide tanning, and fish leather: Mandee McDonald, Samantha Saksagiak, and Amber Sandy. Mandee McDonald is a hide tanner, workshop facilitator, and a PhD student in th…
 
Manoomin (wild rice) grows along the waterways of Northern Turtle Island and has been treasured by Anishinaabe since time immemorial. But in the past hundred years, protecting wild rice has become an increasing concern. Learn more about this sacred food source from manoomin harvesters James Whetung, William Yerxa, and Jana Rae Yerxa. Inspired by Ha…
 
Healing is justice, but what does this look like in practice? Learn more about the importance of individual and community healing with 3 healing justice advocates: Meda DeWitt, Arlana Bennett, and Michelle Brass. Meda’s Tlingit names are Tśa Tsée Naakw, Khaat kłaat, adopted Iñupiaq name is Tigigalook, and adopted Cree name is Boss Eagle Spirit Woma…
 
Moose are vital to many Indigenous communities across so-called Canada. In this episode we learn about Cree moose teachings from Jeff Wastesicoot and Dr. Kevin Lewis before talking to Chief Joe Alphonse (Tŝilhqot’in) and Dara Wawatie-Chabot (Anishinaabe) about their experiences with moose preservation. We want to recognize that some of the audio f…
 
In this episode, ICA’s Executive Director, Eriel, speaks to the first meeting that led to the formation of Indigenous Climate Action. ---- Eriel Tchekwie Deranger is a Dënesųłiné woman (ts'ékui), member of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation and mother of two, coming from a family of Indigenous rights advocates fighting for the recognition, sovere…
 
In this episode we explore the intersections of art and activism with two Indigenous youth artists: Victoria Anderson-Gardner, an Ojibway filmmaker and Robby Dick, a Dene photographer. ---- Victoria Anderson-Gardner is a queer Indigenous filmmaker and activist. They come from the Ojibway lands of Eagle Lake First Nation. Victoria recently completed…
 
How do you cancel a pipeline? In this episode we speak to two Indigenous activists who have been campaigning against the extraction industry for years from the frontlines to the UN: Melina Laboucan-Massimo and Dallas Goldtooth. ---- Melina Laboucan-Massimo is Lubicon Cree from Northern Alberta, Canada. She is the founder of Sacred Earth Solar and t…
 
Bears can be found all across so-called Canada and many Indigenous communities and Nations have lived side-by-side with bears. In this episode, we hear from Jeff Wastesicoot and Daphie Pooyak on Cree bear teachings before speaking to Inuk youth, Ruth Kaviok, about her experiences with polar bears. We end with an Inuit story about polar bears, read …
 
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