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Alphonse Dead

21 October 2014

“Good morning, Dennis. Did you hear the news about our friend? He panned up the street with his girlfriend? What was his name?” 333 more words



My friend,

An old book, within which we will be found

Before long, side by side on a dusty shelf

A story scattered among the dust… 173 more words


Benny “The Jet” Swanson & Reanne Arcand-Peacock: A Fighting Chance

Flight-or-flight: response to danger or threat to survival. Overcoming the urge to flee takes a real fighter.

It’s been six years since she dragged her heels into Panther Gym in Edmonton. 1,110 more words

Leading The Way

Ouellette announces plan to make Winnipeg safer for Aboriginal women

Robert-Falcon Ouellette announced his plans Sunday to make Winnipeg a safer place to grow up — especially for young Aboriginal women and at-risk youth. 166 more words

Membertou protests federal inaction on missing and murdered aboriginal women

Mi’kmaq women took to the streets in Membertou yesterday to demand that the federal government launch an inquest into missing and murdered aboriginal women. More than 1,000 aboriginal women and girls have been murdered since 1980, according to RCMP statistics. 467 more words


Forever silenced

I am a woman of many colors,
I am a woman of different cultures
I am a woman of abduction; I am not yours to keep. 164 more words


Mangabura Gumagarrigu

The ladies of Roebourne community turned it up once again for the annual Strong Beautiful Women’s Gathering gala dinner!

What a great night for our Strong Beautiful Women! 43 more words