Issue 87, Winter 2018

Read With Me: Ian Campeau

Ian Campeau, also known as DJ NDN, is co-founder and former member of the music group A Tribe Called Red. Through a powerful combination of art and activism, Ian has emerged as an Indigenous thought leader, building what he calls a “civil rights movement” for his community. He promotes inclusivity, empathy and acceptance amongst all races and genders in the ... Read More »

Bonnie Butlin – Recipient of the “Women of the Decade” Award

Bonnie Butlin is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Security Partners’ Forum (SPF). Being the first of its kind, the SPF is an international network of security professionals bridging all domains and disciplines of security. Under the SPF banner, Butlin created the Women in Security and Resilience Alliance (WISECRA), which engages a growing network of women in security and ... Read More »

Kluane Adamek

Kluane Adamek’s traditional name is “Aagé”. She is from Kluane First Nation in Yukon, Canada, and from the Dakl’aweidi- Killerwhale Clan. Adamek comes from a diverse background – Indigenous and non-Indigenous – which she believes gives her the ability to view and analyze our world from different perspectives. On her father’s side she is of Tlingit and Southern Tutchone, and on ... Read More »

CODE’s Burt Award for First Nations, Inuit and Métis Young Adult Literature

“And the winners are…” Photo Credit: Boller Media Productions, 2017 Every year since 2013 three Young Adult (YA) novels written by First Nations, Inuit and Métis authors have received CODE’s Burt Award. This year the Award Ceremony took place at the Amiskwaciy Academy, an Indigenous high school in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. On November 23, 2017, over 200 students, teachers and special guests ... Read More »

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