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[Full episode] Duke Redbird, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, David A. Robertson, Lesley Hampton
Ojibway poet Duke Redbird reads a poem he wrote to honour the victims of residential schools. Blackfoot and Sámi filmmaker Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers discusses a collection of films she curated for the Toronto International Film Festival in honour of National Indigenous History Month. Cree author David A. Robertson opens up about his first memoir, Black Water: Family, Legacy, and Blood Memory, in which he ventures into some of the most personal storytelling of his career. Anishinaabe fashion designer Lesley Hampton tells us why she wants to support body neutrality over body positivity with her new summer collection focused on on "post-lockdown self-confidence."