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Narrative Analysis in Action!

Tansi Ninôtemik, Earlier this week we posted about the narrative analysis method for revitalizing Indigenous laws. Today the...

How can a story be law?

“We take the stories that have actually been brought down for generations because they have value. Even though some of them sound...

A minority within a minority?

Tansi Ninôtemik, Today's post introduces us to the inhabitants of the land, water, and ice known as the Inuit Nunangat.[1] The land,...

Quiet moments in greyscale

Tansi Ninôtemik, Today's post includes a photo set from student day at the 35th annual Indigenous Bar Association Conference. These...

For all my relations: a zine!

Tansi Ninôtemik, Earlier this week we discussed Indigenous Leadership Theory. For today’s post, I created a zine inspired by Indigenous...

Why creative acts of reconciliation matter

Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Today’s post accompanies an updated ReconciliACTIONyeg logo. Before we explain the choices we made on the redesign, we...

Sisters in Spirit

Tansi Nîtôtemtik, Last week on the blog we discussed Orange Shirt Day, which occurred this past week on September 30. Another important...

Launching the ReconciliACTION Podcast!

Tansi Nîtôtemtik, We are excited to announce the launch of the ReconciliACTION Podcast with our first episode: ReconciliACTION in Motion...

Canada’s embarrassing 13.8% success rate

Tansi Nîtôtemtik, With Orange Shirt Day around the corner, we are discussing the government of Canada’s failure to implement the Truth...

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