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  • Decolonizing the Media with Kelsie Kilawna of IndigiNews

    Decolonizing the Media with Kelsie Kilawna of IndigiNews

    The Canadian media has been claiming to tell the truth for a long time. In representing truth as an institution of a colonial nation, the media has also been imposing a version of truth that does not leave space for the ways of knowing, learning, and sharing that have existed on this land for thousands of years.
  • Virtual Storytellers Lodge

    IndigiNews invites you into our virtual Storytellers Lodge for a two-day learning circle. This special Decolonize the Media training series is co-hosted by IndigiNews and Your syilx Sisters Consulting and is scheduled for March 2-3 via Zoom.
  • A woman sits outside on a tree log holding an infant.

    B.C.’s proposed FOI fee threatens ‘Indigenous Peoples, families and communities’

    Fees could make it harder for small outlets like IndigiNews to justify filing shot-in-the-dark info requests — like the one that led to its birth alerts investigation, writes reporter Anna McKenzie
  • IndigiNews Journalism training

    IndigiNews is onboarding new reporting staff, and the public is invited to participate in the training process. Anyone interested can attend the three-day journalism workshops, scheduled Oct. 4-6 via Zoom.