November 26, 2012 All Music Edition

Music, news and events! Indigenous Waves November 26, 2012 All Music Edition Playlist: A Tribe Called Red – Electric PowWow Drum (intro) Miss Christie Lee Charles – Experience Point of Contact – Prayers in a Song Quese IMC – I Pulled A 187 On A Mascot Quese IMC – I Am My Ancestors MC RedCloud … Continue reading

Cree8Success Conference w Dawn Marie Marchand & Aaron Paquette

The Cree8Success conference that took place in Edmonton last week (November 15-16 2012) is the first ever artist-initiated Education & Engagement Conference directed at using Aboriginal Apprenticeship/Mentorship techniques to help those who work with Indigenous people (and all people!). Cree8Success Organizers  and founders Dawn Marie Marchand and Aaron Paquette joined Indigenous Waves  to talk about the … Continue reading

Award-winning Author, Journalist and Storyteller Richard Wagamese

    On the first half of the program, author, journalist and storyteller Richard Wagamese joined Indigenous Waves host Susan Blight in the studio via phone last week to share about his experience with the 60s scoop, finding his identity in storytelling and writing and the process of honouring the story. “You never know when … Continue reading

Carrier Sekani Tribal Chief Terry Teegee on the recent Indigenous-led protests against pipelines

    Carrier Sekani Tribal Chief Terry Teegee was one of the organizers of the recent Indigenous-led 3 day protest that occurred this past October throughout British Columbia, against the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline, the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain and the Trans Canada Keystone XL pipelines. Chief Teegee joined Indigenous Waves this week to discuss … Continue reading

Bonita Lawrence – Algonquin Identity, Nationhood & History in Ontario, and Decolonizing Anti-Racism

    Bonita Lawrence (Mi’kmaw), author, singer, drummer, activist, researcher and Associate Professor at the School of Social Sciences at Atkinson, York University in Indigenous Studies joined us in the Indigenous Waves studio to talk about her recent book, “Fractured Homeland – Federal Recognition and Algonquin Identity in Ontario” as well as her work around … Continue reading