Oh and this is my favourite piece of all time rn. #AmplifyIndigenousVoices
She was also coincidentally trained in journalism. Her silver NWC jewelry is magnificent and affordable. #amplifyIndigenousVoices https://www.seawisdomdesign.com/shop-online
My choice is the ever brilliant author and archivist @PaulSeesequasis
Check out his work here:
Kali is Kaska Dena from Daylu (Lower Post, B.C).
She is an Indigenous Femme Queer Photographer
Here's some of her work:
Bunky Echohawk, a Pawnee artist from Oklahoma.
See his work here:
Meet @mstoneyart mstoneyart A brilliant Gitxsan artist who is both talented & generous.
Check out her incredible work here: https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/Mstoneyart https://twitter.com/AngelaSterritt/status/1322024847925411841
1st listened to her via @secretlifeofCAD & was floored at how good the podcast was. Now she is the host of another CBC radio program! https://www.cbc.ca/mediacentre/bio/falen-johnson
See his groundbreaking and expansive work here: https://www.sonnyassu.com
@chiefladybird is a Chippewa,Potawatomi artist & illustrator of the Rama First Nation. Her transformative work breaks through so many norms.
Check her work here: https://www.instagram.com/chiefladybird/?hl=en
She did this incredible cover (Hint for tmrw's)
Tammy is Saulteaux Ojibwe of White Bear First Nation in Saskatchewan.She's a Certified Red Seal Journeyman Pastry Chef & Baker.A product of the 60's Scoop,she was adopted into a Finnish family in Ontario.
Buy here: https://www.ravenrising.ca/
Lauren Good Day is a Arikara, Hidatsa, Blackfeet & Plains Cree artist. She has shown her artwork at the world’s most prestigious Native American juried art shows.
Browse/ buy fashion designs here:
It's hard to be an Indigenous woman journalist, but this woman not only does it with brillance but is the funniest, loveliest auntyiest Native journo I know. I'm grateful you are here for us @karyn_pugliese. Some of her work: https://www.nationalobserver.com/2020/11/25/opinion/racism-discrimination-trauma-indigenous-women-media
The news industry’s job is to shine light in dark places, says Karyn Pugliese, a.k.a. Pabàmàdiz. When the spotlight illuminates our own shortcomings, we mustn’t look away.https://www.nationalobserver.com/2020/11/25/opinion/racism-discrimination-trauma-indigenous-women-media
Nlaka'pamux Queen Ilona Verley On Bringing Two-Spirit Representation to Canada’s Drag Race
on Canada Reads 2021!!! (March 8-11). Also, his website is https://www.joshuawhitehead.ca
@riit_music –– so much love and gratitude to you for what you create and who you are!
All of it.
More of his work here: https://www.xwalacktun.ca/gallery/
Here is her website:
Also, @SnBVancouver now does Uber Eats.
ANGELA MIRACLE GLADUE is a
Nêhiyaw (Cree) Dance Artist. She’s been referred to as A Tribe Called Red's secret weapon. @MissChiefRocka
Do a yoga class with her right now
Charlotte Morritt-Jacobs Jennie Vandermeer remembers a time where she had to be filled in on...https://www.aptnnews.ca/national-news/from-addictions-to-everrrr-sexy-jennnie-vandermeer-is-making-the-most-out-of-life/
More of her work here:
Carrielynn Victor is a S'ólh Temexw, Xwelmexw Slhalí artist.
Jalynne is the creator behind Nehiyanahk Creations. She’s Nehiyaw (Cree) from Beardy’s and Okemasis Cree Nation, Treaty 6 Territory.
She recently co-authored an update to her father’s biography, Brother to Nationhood: George Manuel and the Making of the Modern Indian Movement. https://www.aptnnews.ca/facetoface/internationally-renowned-leader-george-manuels-legacy-should-be-taught-in-school-says-family/
George Manuel's legacy should be part of school curriculums across the country says his daughter Doreen Manuel on Face to Face.https://www.aptnnews.ca/facetoface/internationally-renowned-leader-george-manuels-legacy-should-be-taught-in-school-says-family/
She also just dropped a single (!!!)
Buy her book: https://arpbooks.org/Books/I/Islands-of-Decolonial-Love
For May, the best way to describe her is with what she calls a "kaleidoscope identity."
June is National Indigenous History Month. Two-spirit multidisciplinary artist and storyteller Kiley May talks about what being Indigenous and transgender means to her.https://toronto.citynews.ca/video/2020/06/23/celebrate-ourselves-and-each-othe
More of her work here: https://www.alcheringa-gallery.com/index.php/susan-point.html