Algonquin AAMP media project - Media pieces Jan.2019 Newsletter
This edition of the Algonquin Anishinaabeg Aki Media Project newsletter is in two parts, due to a large amount of content.
This email is all the media pieces.
The other email is all events and opportunities. It's also online:
THIS EMAIL - MEDIA PIECES - TABLE OF CONTENTS
* AWOTD, Algonquin Word Of The Day
* Comic: Jay Odjick's series in the Ottawa Citizen.
* Books coverage: Albert Dumont's new book; Jay Odjick's upcoming book.
* Articles: Algonquin artist exhibit in Montreal; Algonquin spiritual advisor at Anglican church; Government's Rights + Recognition Framework; Indigenous place names; Carleton University's new Indigenous strategy committee.
* Audios: Reconciliation or Betrayal as Zibi development residents move in; Algonquin land claim for Eastern Ontario; Kitigan Zibi teen on gender equality and MMIWG.
* Videos of: Kayla Whiteduck; Veldon Coburn and Chief Lance Haymond; Terri and Jill Buckshot; Albert Dumont; 1991 Algonquin delegation to Ottawa.
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Algonquin Word of the Day is, Anamikodàdinàniwan / New Year's Day
Jay Odjick is now publishing a series of full-page comics in the Ottawa Citizen on contemporary Indigenous issues in Canada.
Read his introduction here:
The first comic - about drinking water on reserves, featuring Kitigan Zibi - was published in December. He has posted it on Twitter:
The Citizen has a video talking about the comic:
Albert Dumont's new poetry book, Sitting By The Rapids
* Albert's write-up from the book launch, and how to purchase:
* CBC Radio All In A Day interview:
* Half-hour video discussion with Monique Manatch on IndigenUs:
Jay Odjick's upcoming kids book Bear For Breakfast: Makwa kidji kijebà wìsiniyà
- This book with Robert Munsch will be published first in unilingual English and French versions, then in bilingual English+Algonquin and French+Algonquin versions
* Article and audio interview with Barrie's 107.5 Kool FM radio:
* Article from Huffington Post
* One-page PDF guide from publisher Scholastic:
Rebellion of my Ancestors is Jobena Petonoquot's first solo exhibition
Anglican church welcomes Indigenous teacher who once renounced Christianity
Albert Dumont is the new spiritual 'teacher-in-residence' at Christ Church Cathedral
Lynn Gehl on the Federal Government's Indigenous Rights & Recognition Framework
Indigenous Place Names and Akikpautik, by Lynn Gehl
* Including print-friendly image version
Carleton University Indigenous Strategic Initiatives committee formed
AUDIO (each also has written/article accompaniment)
'You don't build condos in the Vatican': Tensions linger as 1st
tenants move in to Ottawa-Gatineau 'Zibi' development
Ottawa Indigenous Land Claim Tests Liberals' Nation-To-Nation Promise
Anishnabeg teen Mia Tenasco calls on her peers to end violence, stigma of gender inequality
Algonquin delegation to Ottawa, October 1991
New ELMNT-FM 95.7 hosts Kayla Whiteduck and Missy Knott interviewed
"Self-Made Metis" event at Carleton with Darryl Leroux and Algonquin focus with Veldon Coburn and Kebaowek FN Chief Lance Haymond
IndigenUs on Rogers TV:
* NOVEMBER: Monique Manatch talks with Terri and Jill Buckshot, including about the
overdose death of their son/brother Casey
Indigital Cultures Gathering - Welcome and Prayer by Albert Dumont