Check it out, Red Alliances on TV! Last night portions our interview aired on CHEX News, we are so grateful for this wonderful opportunity and proud to be featured with so many inspiring young leaders.
Indigenous Performance Initiatives (IPI) in association with the Indigenous Women’s Symposiumand Department of Indigenous Studies, Trent University are pleased to present
Anishinaabe Maanjiidwin X
Naabin Waabinong (Look East)
…when the night meets the day
Saturday March 24, 2012 at 8:00 pm
An evening of Indigenous dance, music and storytelling
This week CHEX television’s Graham Hart and Dave McGowan have brought a spotlight on Indigenous issues, from the perspective of local Indigenous leaders to our nightly news here in Peterborough. The latest episode, featured above, looks at the portrayal of Indigenous Peoples in the media. This morning Dave interviewed a few members of the Red Alliances team about technology, tradition and building relationships. Tune in tonight to see Red Alliances Media’s television debut at 6 and 9pm on CHEX TV!
Check out the past few episodes through the links below, be sure to leave a comment and let us know what you think about the series
Check out coverage of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada Convention from Natalie Guttormsson. As a member of the OPIRG working group Canadians for Mining Awareness this crafty activist and fellow Trent University student used the Arthur newspaper as her accreditation to gain entrance to the annual event, held earlier this month in Toronto. Natalie has written several great blogs on the convention:
and will be sending us some more video and photographic footage in the coming weeks, so stay tuned to hear what industry insiders envision as the future of mining in Canada, and around the world.
Videographer and editor: Jenna Cameron
Written by: Jenna Cameron
This video is just a short excerpt from Clayton Thomas-Muller’s engaging discussion on climate change presented at “Mobilizing for Change-Strategies for Effective Climate Action”, held at the Peterborough Public Library in Peterborough, ON on February 18th . Thomas-Muller is the tar sands campaign organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network, serves on the board of the Collective Heritage Institute as well as the board of the Global Justice Ecology Project. His lecture was preceded by a reflection on the UN Climate Summit by Brigitte DePape, a young environmental activist and infamous “rogue page”. (more…)
Trent University Students Present the Community Movements Conference 2012
Perspectives on Land: A critical discussion on the role of land in a development context, both globally and locally
5th Annual Community Movements Conference
March 2nd – 4th, 2012
The theme of Trent University’s 5th annual Community Movements Conference is “Perspectives on Land: A critical discussion on the role of land in the development context both globally and locally”. The conference aims to explore the relationship between development and land in cultural, political, environmental, and social contexts with an emphasis on the perspectives of Indigenous peoples, women and social movements.
For more information and to register, check out: http://communitymovementsconference.ca/Comunity_Movements_Conference/Home.html