Category Archives: Idle No More

(Mis)representation Nation: Exploring Aboriginal Identity Through Art

Last week I had the opportunity to talk on the phone with Stephanie Cram from McGill’s campus station CKUT about Idle No More, my artistic practice, and influences. The story, “Multi-instrumentalist Melody McKiver on new music” is part of a larger series titled (Mis)representation Nation: Exploring Aboriginal Identity Through Art, and includes interviews from some of my favourite Indigenous artists such as Bear Witness of A Tribe Called Red and poet Moe Clark.

Watch movie online Below Her Mouth (2017)

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Quality : HD
Title : Below Her Mouth
Director : April Mullen.
Writer :
Release : 2017-02-10
Language : English.
Runtime : 92 min.
Genre : Drama.

Synopsis :
‘Below Her Mouth’ is a movie genre Drama, was released in February 10, 2017. April Mullen was directed this movie and starring by Erika Linder. This movie tell story about An unexpected affair quickly escalates into a heart-stopping reality for two women whose passionate connection changes their lives forever.

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Jan. 21 – 10,000 Voices Can’t Be Ignored rally

Here’s a selection of photos shot during the #J11 rally from Victoria Island, to the PM’s office on Langevin Block, to Parliament Hill. The day is now infamous for the disappointment of the Chiefs’ meetings with the Prime Minister and the Governor General, and the continuation of Chief Spence’s hunger strike. However, the grassroots energy on the streets prior to the meetings was truly inspirational. Video forthcoming.

Idle No More

There’s been such a wealth of beautiful writing about the recently that for now, I’ll redirect attention to writings by Wab Kinew and Chelsea Vowel. Robert Animikii Horton wrote a piece in 2010 about an Anishinaabe dream, that reads like it could have been written this week.

I’ve been spending as much time as possible at Chief Theresa Spence’s hunger strike camp on Victoria Island, and at solidarity and #IdleNoMore events. For me, this is the largest Indigenous mobilization I have seen in my life time, and I am dreaming of the possibilities.

Today, there was a call out for a day-long round dance on Parliament Hill, following the round dance revolution that has been sweeping across Turtle Island. Check the link for Ryan McMahon’s thoughts. I brought along my camera, and here’s some of the action:Watch movie online John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017)Movie Fifty Shades Darker (2017)