There are some photos or artworks that everyone has seen. Whether it is because they perfectly capture an emotion or inspire a movement, these photos are the ones that stick out in people's minds. Some examples of the kinds of photos are The Migrant Mother or The Afghan Girl. In this post, I would like to talk about … Continue reading Iconic Photos of Indigenous Movements
Susie Haida Life is an Indigenous YouTuber who is attempting to create a community on YouTube for Indigenous people. Although I am not on YouTube (for now) I did want to support her efforts by responding to the Tag she created here!
In this post, I write a review of Tenille K. Campbell's collection of poetry titled #IndianLovePoems read on to find out what I thought of this book! Before I talk about the book itself, I want to talk about the authour. (IMG SOURCE) Tenille Campbell is an example of an awesome human being and someone that … Continue reading Media Review: #IndianLovePoems
In this post, I talk a bit about why I wanted to go into social work and where I am at in my studies. However, I also talk about how my view of social work as a profession is changed in recent months. (IMG SOURCE) Why I Have an Interest In Social Work I have always … Continue reading Decolonizing My View of Social Work
My identity as an Indigenous person has been a struggle for me. Read on if you'd like to find out why I sometimes have trouble identifying myself as Metis. As I've discussed before, identifying yourself is one of the very first things you do when you are participating in an event, class or workshop within the … Continue reading Why I Hesitate to Call Myself Metis