Our Way Home Documentary Film

Our Way Home Documentary Film

Our Way Home is a documentary film focusing on the building of Clan Mothers Healing Village, a holistic Indigenous-led community in Canada. It is also much more broadly about how Indigenous women are taking back control of their lives, breaking the cycles that hold...
Trafficking in Native Communities

Trafficking in Native Communities

Although attention to human trafficking has grown in the last few years, trafficking is not a modern crime. Trafficking has existed in Native communities for centuries, since the earliest point of contact with Europeans. See this thought-provoking article titled...
Locked up at 12

Locked up at 12

Read this heart-wrenching CBC News article about Métis woman Amanda Lepine who tries to overcome the inequalities in Canada’s justice system.
Indigenous knowledge is critical to understanding climate change

A Tribe Called Queer

In the Native American community, two spirits can be better than one. Gay couples can’t marry in Washington. But near Seattle, tucked away off the Puget Sound, there’s a sovereign nation whose citizens can marry whoever they choose. They’re called the Suquamish, and...
Traditional Perspectives on Being LGBTQ2S

Traditional Perspectives on Being LGBTQ2S

For the most part, our modern mainstream society divides gender into two domains – man and woman, or boys and girls. Many traditional cultures around the world, including many Native American cultures, have not always viewed things in this way. See this great article...
Elder Mae Louise Meets Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Elder Mae Louise Meets Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

On January 31, 2017, Elder Mae Louise Campbell, Co-Founder of Clan Mothers Healing Village spoke with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Red River College following her work with the Prime Minister’s Youth Council. This council spoke with the PM about their...