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Decolonizing the Media with Kelsie Kilawna of IndigiNews

Decolonizing the Media with Kelsie Kilawna of IndigiNews

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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

Virtual Storytellers Lodge

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

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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 Journalism training

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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.
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