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Kanata Pod is a podcast series featuring forward thinking Indigenous creators, builders and activators with a vision toward the next 150 years in Canada.
||ExplicitEP# 6 - The Next 150 (Ryan McMahon)||Canada entered confederation on July 1st in 1867. This is when the British Colonies of Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick united into a federation. Then the rest of the provinces followed one by one… and now the Canadian state is...||7/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEP#5 - Culture As Resurgence (Joleen Mitton, Ellena Neel & Christine Spinder)||Clothing design is a common aspect across all cultures, but fashion varies based on the season, climate, the geography and the latitude. Depending on where you are, fashion relates to land in this way. For Indigenous communities, design is...||7/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEP#4 - Indigenous Representations (Bracken Hanuse Corlett & Samantha Marie Nock)||Indigenous art comes in many different forms. Every First Nation has it’s own traditional style of art. Metis communities and Inuit communities have their own traditional styles of art that is specific to those communities. On the west coast,...||7/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEP#3 - Music, Art & Activism ( JB The First Lady & SNRK)||Before I get these artists on the mic, I first want to recognize the context for which First Nations people are now in. For over six decades… the Canadian state actively enforced a potlatch ban through the Indian Act. Ceremonies, which are an...||7/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEP#2 - Community & Media (Jules Koostachin)||Media is a prominent aspect of our culture as modern Indigenous peoples. The misconception that Indigenous peoples are primordial and stuck in the past, is the product of outdated stereotypical thinking. A critique of mainstream media is its use for...||7/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEP#1 - Language (Khelsilem)||Coded in the grammar and sentence structure of our Indigenous languages is our unique world views - our ways of understanding our relationships to one another, our immediate environment, the natural and supernatural worlds, our spirituality, our oral...||7/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|