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The “R” Word

Up until recent years, the white, western research tradition has been used to shape narratives around Indigenous peoples in order to support and perpetuate the colonial agenda.

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Documentary Filmmaking: Tips for Conducting Trauma-Informed Interviews

For many documentaries, the interviewees are the primary characters and storytellers of the film. They help guide, explain, and validate the events of such topics through their own unique perspectives. The documentaries Narratives is currently developing will involve a series of interviews touching on sensitive and potentially triggering topics. With this in mind, it is important to take the steps needed to conduct a safe and trauma-informed interview.

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Pride in Winnipeg

As Pride month comes to a close, we would normally expect our streets to be filled with people celebrating the 2SLGBTQ+ community and pushing for progress. With pandemic restrictions in effect, Pride month looks a bit different this year, but we can take this pause to reflect on 2SLGBTQ+ histories in our city, promote an inclusive online space, and learn from 2SLGBTQ+ creators.

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