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Decolonization: Learning to Walk

This Canada Day, Narratives Inc. partners reflect on what it means to decolonize spaces and advocate for allyship with Indigenous peoples on Turtle Island.

What is Red Dress Day?

The Red Dress is a powerful symbol of the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and 2Spirited folks (MMIWG2S+). Red Dress Day honours missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, 2Spirited, folks in Canada.

What is a Border?

Joyce reflects on her interpretation of the question “what is a border?” after attending an inspiring panel session at the Eco Impact Learning and Award Series.

Some Reflections on IRS Research as Transformation

Like most people who call Canada home, my entire life has been shaped by settler colonialism as both a structure and ongoing process. The space we occupy in relation to this structure shapes every aspect of our lives from how we think of ourselves and each other, to where we live, what we do, and …

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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.