First Peoples and the Proud To Be Indigenous campaign

First Peoples Worldwide Director of Communications Dan Morrison and Managing Director Neva Morrison joined Indigenous Waves to talk about the Proud To Be Indigenous social media campaign to signal boost the millions of Indigenous voices who will not be represented or attending the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. The Proud To Be Indigenous … Continue reading

Legendary Hip Hop Photographer Ernie Paniccioli on Indigenous Waves

Ernie Paniccioli joined Indigenous Waves this week to talk about the culture of hip hop and its direct relationship to Indigenous traditions. *We also had an attempt at an interview with two of the Journey of Nishiyuu walkers, however due to poor cell service at that time we lost the call. We will hopefully be … Continue reading

Sovereign Red Lake Nation Territory’s Nizhawendaamin Indaakiminaan and Enbridge with Marty Cobenais

The Ceded Red Lake Nation (Ojibwe) territory is located in what is now called Minnesota, and has been known for its unique sovereignty  in what is now the United States. In 1949 a pipeline was laid within their ceded territory, and to date there is no record, oral or otherwise of any legal agreement or … Continue reading

Ian Campeau aka Deejay NDN talks Idle No More racism in the mainstream and social media

  Activist, producer and deejay Ian Campeau (Nipissing First Nation) also known as Deejay NDN from A Tribe Called Red returns to Indigenous Waves for a discussion on racism in mainstream and social media, battling twitter trolls and drawing attention to racist and violent messages through social media. Playlist: A Tribe Called Red – The … Continue reading

Idle No More discussion continues with Blogger Chelsea Vowel of Âpihtawikosisân

The conversation continues on Indigenous Waves around Idle No More, this time with Chelsea Vowel, speaking about the movement and actions, the meeting January 11th, First Nations taxation and how it works, and more. Chelsea Vowel. author of the blog Âpihtawikosisân is Métis from the Plains Cree speaking community of Lac Ste. Anne, Alberta. She currently … Continue reading