An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy.
1809-1821 – Fort Gibraltar
1813-1826 – Fort Douglas
2000s – Saskatoon freezing deaths
~2000(?) – Forgotten Métis – a virtual exhibition
17 June 2005 – Maritime Métis? Or Opportunists? by Daniel N. Paul
2015 – Elder in the Making – My wife and I discovered this film in the summer of 2017 in one of our stays in Waterton Lakes National Park.
7 October 2017 – ‘Native American DNA’ and the self-indigenization of French descendants by Darryl Leroux
25 October 2017 – Becoming Indigenous: The rise of Eastern Métis in Canada by Darryl R.J. Leroux & Adam Gaudry
~11 February 2018 – ‘Clearing the plains’ continues with the acquittal of Gerald Stanley by David MacDonald
1 March 2018 – The myth of the Wheat King and the killing of Colten Boushie by Darcy Lindberg
11 April/14 May 2018 – CBC Radio, IDEAS AFTERNOON – The ‘trial’ of Sir John A. Macdonald: Would he be guilty of war crimes today? – Part 1 of 2
12 April 2018 – CBC Radio, IDEAS AFTERNOON – The verdict on Sir John A. Macdonald: Guilty or innocent? – Part 2 of 2
1 December 2018 – Map showing Métis homeland boundaries sparks online conversation
While going over some Greek as I drank my coffee this morning, planning a blog post regarding Greek, I received this tweet on my phone. It goes with this tweet about an article from November 25th, 2015.
As a Métis who isn’t a SJW nor believes in “cultural appropriation” I watched this video and just loved her take (the Christmas comments were gold).
Now back to Greek. Αντίο!