Aboriginal | Work of Arts
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April 11, 2018

Student Voices: Take Care of Yo’ Self

Letting go of guilt a necessary step towards health, says student blogger Brittany Johnson read more »

March 8, 2018

Student Voices: We Need Some Positivity Up in Here

What we share on social media may be contributing negatively to the mental health of others, including ourselves read more »

February 8, 2018

Student Voices: The Creative is a Gift

Is art considered legitimate work in academia? read more »

January 10, 2018

Student Voices: Self-Care is Survival

Small things go a long way to mental health and well-being read more »

December 7, 2017

Student Voices: Where Do I Belong?

For Indigenous students, identity is not a simple thing read more »

November 2, 2017

Student Voices: We are Responsible for Holding our City Council Accountable

Edmonton has made great progress, but there’s still a long way to go in the area of diversity read more »

August 10, 2017

July 27, 2017

Canada 150 Guest Post: My Country, With a Catch

Indigenous people are hurting, not because we hate Canada, but because we love this land so much read more »

May 12, 2017

Student Voices: So, What?

Intergenerational trauma has shaped the lives of Indigenous people, says Indigenous student blogger read more »

March 23, 2017

Student Voices: 4-65

Indigenous student blogger shares her thoughts on the Faculty of Arts Aboriginal Gathering Space read more »

February 23, 2017

Student Voices: No More Fake Teeth

Indigenous student blogger speaks out about the backlash against Indigenizing the Academy read more »

December 21, 2016

Student Voices: Christmas or Colonized?

An Indigenous student’s love/hate relationship with Christmas read more »

December 8, 2016

Student Voices: What Is Our Responsibility in Indigenous Reconciliation?

A co-op position at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada opened Matana Skoye’s eyes to the deeper issues of reconciliation read more »

November 24, 2016

Student Voices: It’s All One Big House of Cards

Indigenous student blogger says it’s today’s young people who need to save the environment and the economy read more »

October 13, 2016

Student Voices: “Well, you’re not like them”

Stereotypes prevent progress, says Indigenous student blogger read more »

September 22, 2016

Alumni Horizon Award Recipient: A Voice of His Generation

Duane Linklater is a rising star in contemporary Indigenous art read more »

August 25, 2016

Anthropologist Todd Kristensen brings Alberta’s archeological history to life

The Heritage Art Series mixes art and storytelling to educate and inspire read more »

May 12, 2016

Ensuring every voice is heard

Associate professor Malinda Smith is trying to reframe how we look at issues of equity read more »