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Episode 1: Reconciliation In Literature

On this episode, we speak with some the indige­nous lit­er­ary world’s strongest voic­es. We pose the ques­tion — has rec­on­cil­i­a­tion hap­pened in books? Has it hap­pened with­in the lives of the authors?

The episode clos­es with DJ Shubs song Indomitable”, fea­tur­ing the North­ern Cree Singers, and can be found on his EP Pow­Wow­Step.


Our open­ing and clos­ing theme music comes to us cour­tesy of Boogey The Beat — check out more of his bril­liant work at sound​cloud​.com/​b​o​o​g​e​y​t​h​ebeat. The inter­sti­tial music is cour­tesy of Bloom — you can hear more of their songs at bloom14​.band​camp​.com.

Mino­gondaa­gan, was pro­duced on Treaty One ter­ri­to­ry, the orig­i­nal lands of the Anishi­naabeg, Nehiyawak, Oji-Cree, Dako­ta, and Dene peo­ples, and the home­land of the Métis nation. 

We would like to thank the Com­mu­ni­ty Radio Fund Of Cana­da, the Uni­ver­si­ty Of Manitoba’s Office Of Indige­nous Engage­ment, the Nation­al Cen­tre For Truth & Rec­on­cil­li­a­tion, the Uni­ver­si­ty Of Man­i­to­ba Student’s Union and UMFM 101.5 for their sup­port in the pro­duc­tion of this series.

Guests

  • David Robertson

    Our first guest is graphic novelist and award winning author David Robertson, a member of the Norway House First Nation currently residing in Winnipeg. His work is educational and entertaining and touches upon culture, history, community, while illuminating many contemporary issues.

  • Lee Maracle

    Our second guest is award winning Author/Poet, Lee Maracle from the Stólō Nation in the Fraser River Valley. With a great body of work that focuses on issues from an indigenous women’s perspective, Maracle is an award-winning poet, novelist, performance storyteller, scriptwriter, actress and keeper/mythmaker among the Stólō people.

  • Tennile Campbell

    Our third guest is photographer, artist, poet and tour de force, Tennile Campbell, a Dene-Metis woman from English River First Nation. She is the author of #IndianLovePoems, a poetry collection with a gaze upon Indigenous Erotica and the humour within.