For My Auntie, Noshay, Tia Carolina

I want to say first of all, thank you for always making the time for me, for sharing stories with me, for making that time meaningful. I will always remember the story of you telling me that, when you came to find me in Scarborough Ontario where my first seven years were spent, in townhouse, …

List of Indigenous books/resources

Books are so important. They inform us, they include us, they heal us. Stories are who we are. We need to read more and more stories about and with our story included. When I see the significant work done by Indigenous publishers, and some I have had the fortune of meeting along the way, I'm continually …

An open heart as a liability instead of a gift:- have a listen as to why we need to move on to honour our Anishinaabe Intelligences- what does that mean?

https://vimeo.com/125060840

    beSuperior is a sole proprietorship run by a led by Michelle Richmond-Saravia who is an Indigenous woman from Biigtigong Anishnabeg formerly Pic River though residing in Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada. Multi talented in a variety of areas including evidence based research, technical support & writing, creative writing, curriculum writing, and other forms, Indigenous …

Indigenous Knowledge Market Vendor Listing

The Event was a great success. Lots of amazing people came through the doors of the Baggage Arts Building that afternoon and night.  This was Thunder Bay's First Indigenous Knowledge Market. There was a lot of laughter, talking, networking and sharing of stories. It was a good vibe.   Vendors  -Two Feathers/Cocomis Crafts - Kwayaciiwin …

Epistemology and the way we learn and how and where Indigenous Knowledges fit into mainstream is a very important concept. How can we facilitate this? Is it possible? Additionally how do we talk with our children about decolonization? What does this look like? How do we even decolonize? I'm interested in stories and how they …