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A documentary series about shifting the colonial narrative and celebrating the reclamation of indigenous knowledge and identity.

Future History follows two passionate, and polar opposite, Anishinaabe (Ojibway) hosts as they venture into their community to gain a deeper understanding of Indigenous Knowledge and the movement of cultural revitalization.

For generations, across North America, Indigenous People have been reeling from the devastating effects of colonialism that has left children, language, ceremony and culture at risk. But today, a movement of reclamation and revitalization is being led by Indigenous People who are harnessing Indigenous Knowledge as a way to shift the colonial paradigm and build a brighter future for the next generation.

From Arts and Science to the Justice System, the resurgence of Indigenous Knowledge is stronger than ever. Future History is a journey of discovery through an Indigenous lens, a journey that will inspire and enlighten audiences of all ages.

The Hosts

Sarain Fox

Dancer, Choreographer, Actor, Activist
Co-Host
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Of Anishinabe lineage, Sarain is a passionate spokesperson for her aboriginal community north of Toronto and wears the beauty of her heritage with pride. Sarain explains that, “through film and acting my goal is to tell the stories that allow us to relearn our self’s as aboriginal people.” Through her pursuit of recognition as a name in the film industry, Sarain hopes to open new doors and opportunities for Aboriginal youths. Already well on her way, Sarain has worked on several major projects: she was cast as Sacheen Little Feather in “The Andy Warhol Interview Project” which debuted at the Vienna Film Festival in June 2007 and was involved in the ARG re-release of the CBS TV drama “Jericho”. Of course, she always has lots of new ideas on the drawing board and is currently refining several concepts for projects in the near future. Already in progress are various independent endeavors including the debut of her first play entitled “Ashes” which appeared at the Weesageechak Festival in Toronto and most recently; Sarain completed The New York Film Academy’s, acting for film program.

Just as comfortable behind the scenes as in front of the lens, Sarain is also a distinguished fashion model. She can be seen on the front cover of PIE, Redskin and Spirit magazines, and has also appeared in ImagoZine, Butterfly Unltd. from NYC and Grind magazine. Sarain has modeled in several Imago shows and also for designer Brandon R. Dwyer of Project Runway.

Sarain is strong and nimble not only as an intellect; she has also been studying, practicing and performing as a professional dancer for the past ten years. She has attended the Canadian Children’s Dance Theater, the Quinte Ballet School and the Alvin Ailey Bachelor of Fine Arts Program in New York City. She has performed at The Canada Dance Festival 2008, The Barrie Jazz And Blues Festival VIII, the 2002, 2007 and 2012 Aboriginal Achievement Awards, and two summers with the Ajkun Ballet Theater Company in New York City. She is a member of Kahawaii Dance theater and has attended three indigenous dance residencies at The Banff Center, witch allowed her to work with Neil Iremia of Black Grace and Javier Dezule of Dezule dance. Sarain is currently the newest member of Untitled Collective; a NYC based Australian aboriginal modern dance collective. On and off the dance floor, this stellar entity of artistic expulsion is truly always on her toes.

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Kris is a multi-disciplinary artist working in wood, stone and traditional oil mediums.  He is also an advocate for the rights of First Nations communities in Ontario and has liaised between Native and non-native groups with respect to archaeology since 2000.

Kris Nahrgang is a Status, Mississauga Ojibway Treaty Indian – status held at Curve Lake.  His home is located close to the site of the Peterborough Petroglyphs which date back over a thousand years and are recognized as the largest single concentration of rock carvings in Canada.

Kris’ art is a continuation of this spirit and tradition of rock and totem carving. His style has a balance of innovative, modern and traditional elements which have led to a growing recognition of his work across Canada and the world. His work has been noted in art periodicals including Insight, Art Impression and Collectibles, as well as MacLean’s Magazine.

An experienced diver, Mr. Nahrgang began an undergraduate degree in anthropology at Trent University, and has worked in a close relationship with underwater archaeologists at Parks Canada, mainly along the Trent Severn. Mr. Nahrgang has attempted to establish a cultural heritage/archaeological research and curatorial facility that will serve the needs of a large group of the smaller southern Ontario native communities. He served as a member of the advisory committee struck by the Ministry of Culture to contribute to the development of new Stage 1-4 archaeological assessment technical guidelines. As an Associate to the firm, he has worked closely with Archaeological Services Inc. on several projects, including the Aboriginal Consultation initiative for the North Pickering Development Plan. He is consulting widely with First Nations on matters relating to the protection of Aboriginal cultural heritage.

Recently Kris was commissioned by the Canadian National Exhibition to produce a 36’ UNITY POLE (Totem). The Pole was unveiled at the CNE in August of 2017, receiving national and international acclaim from the public and the media.   Kris’s work can be found in numerous private and corporate collection including Anne Murray, Bill Cosby, Justin Trudeau, Keech Rainwater (of Lonestar), Nik Antropov (Atlanta Thrashers), Brian Skinner (Phoenix Suns).
In 2018 APTN (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network) will air Season One of “Future History”, a documentary series that challenges the colonial narrative and celebrates the reclamation of Indigenous knowledge and identity, which Kris co-created and hosts with dancer, choreographer, actor and activist Sarain Fox.

 

Kris Nahrgang

Archaeologist, Artist, Activist
Co-Host
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Sarain Fox

Dancer, Choreographer, Actor, Activist
Co-Host

Of Anishinabe lineage, Sarain is a passionate spokesperson for her aboriginal community north of Toronto and wears the beauty of her heritage with pride. Sarain explains that, “through film and acting my goal is to tell the stories that allow us to relearn our self’s as aboriginal people.” Through her pursuit of recognition as a name in the film industry, Sarain hopes to open new doors and opportunities for Aboriginal youths. Already well on her way, Sarain has worked on several major projects: she was cast as Sacheen Little Feather in “The Andy Warhol Interview Project” which debuted at the Vienna Film Festival in June 2007 and was involved in the ARG re-release of the CBS TV drama “Jericho”. Of course, she always has lots of new ideas on the drawing board and is currently refining several concepts for projects in the near future. Already in progress are various independent endeavors including the debut of her first play entitled “Ashes” which appeared at the Weesageechak Festival in Toronto and most recently; Sarain completed The New York Film Academy’s, acting for film program.

Just as comfortable behind the scenes as in front of the lens, Sarain is also a distinguished fashion model. She can be seen on the front cover of PIE, Redskin and Spirit magazines, and has also appeared in ImagoZine, Butterfly Unltd. from NYC and Grind magazine. Sarain has modeled in several Imago shows and also for designer Brandon R. Dwyer of Project Runway.

Sarain is strong and nimble not only as an intellect; she has also been studying, practicing and performing as a professional dancer for the past ten years. She has attended the Canadian Children’s Dance Theater, the Quinte Ballet School and the Alvin Ailey Bachelor of Fine Arts Program in New York City. She has performed at The Canada Dance Festival 2008, The Barrie Jazz And Blues Festival VIII, the 2002, 2007 and 2012 Aboriginal Achievement Awards, and two summers with the Ajkun Ballet Theater Company in New York City. She is a member of Kahawaii Dance theater and has attended three indigenous dance residencies at The Banff Center, witch allowed her to work with Neil Iremia of Black Grace and Javier Dezule of Dezule dance. Sarain is currently the newest member of Untitled Collective; a NYC based Australian aboriginal modern dance collective. On and off the dance floor, this stellar entity of artistic expulsion is truly always on her toes.

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Kris Nahrgang

Archaeologist, Artist, Activist
Co-Host

Kris is a multi-disciplinary artist working in wood, stone and traditional oil mediums.  He is also an advocate for the rights of First Nations communities in Ontario and has liaised between Native and non-native groups with respect to archaeology since 2000.

Kris Nahrgang is a Status, Mississauga Ojibway Treaty Indian – status held at Curve Lake.  His home is located close to the site of the Peterborough Petroglyphs which date back over a thousand years and are recognized as the largest single concentration of rock carvings in Canada.

Kris’ art is a continuation of this spirit and tradition of rock and totem carving. His style has a balance of innovative, modern and traditional elements which have led to a growing recognition of his work across Canada and the world. His work has been noted in art periodicals including Insight, Art Impression and Collectibles, as well as MacLean’s Magazine.

An experienced diver, Mr. Nahrgang began an undergraduate degree in anthropology at Trent University, and has worked in a close relationship with underwater archaeologists at Parks Canada, mainly along the Trent Severn. Mr. Nahrgang has attempted to establish a cultural heritage/archaeological research and curatorial facility that will serve the needs of a large group of the smaller southern Ontario native communities. He served as a member of the advisory committee struck by the Ministry of Culture to contribute to the development of new Stage 1-4 archaeological assessment technical guidelines. As an Associate to the firm, he has worked closely with Archaeological Services Inc. on several projects, including the Aboriginal Consultation initiative for the North Pickering Development Plan. He is consulting widely with First Nations on matters relating to the protection of Aboriginal cultural heritage.

Recently Kris was commissioned by the Canadian National Exhibition to produce a 36’ UNITY POLE (Totem). The Pole was unveiled at the CNE in August of 2017, receiving national and international acclaim from the public and the media.   Kris’s work can be found in numerous private and corporate collection including Anne Murray, Bill Cosby, Justin Trudeau, Keech Rainwater (of Lonestar), Nik Antropov (Atlanta Thrashers), Brian Skinner (Phoenix Suns).
In 2018 APTN (Aboriginal Peoples Television Network) will air Season One of “Future History”, a documentary series that challenges the colonial narrative and celebrates the reclamation of Indigenous knowledge and identity, which Kris co-created and hosts with dancer, choreographer, actor and activist Sarain Fox.

 

Episode Guide

Episode N°1

Origin Stories

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Expert: Isaac Murdoch

Remat Warriors: Kris Nahrgang & Sarain Fox

Archaeologist/Artist Kris Nahrgang, and Dancer/Activist Sarain Carson Fox share their personal origin stories and talk about where they are at in their own journey of identity. After visiting Traditional Teacher Isaac Murdoch at Nimkii Aazhbikoong Culture Camp in Elliot Lake, Kris takes Sarain on an underwater diving exploration near his community in Lovesick Lake and Sarain brings Kris to meet her dad, Chief of the Eastern Doorway of the Three Fires Midewiwin Lodge Jim Dumont, in Shawanaga First Nation.

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Episode N°2

The Children

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Expert: Cindy Blackstock

Remat Warriors: Nina Segalowitz & Mush Hole Staff

Kris and Sarain travel to the nation’s capitol to speak with Child Welfare Activist Cindy Blackstock. They continue their journey at the Woodland Cultural Centre where Residential School Survivor Roberta Hill shares her experience from her time at the Mohawk Institute. Sarain and Kris are given a tour by Executive Director Paula Withrow and learn about the “Save the Evidence” program at the museum. They drive to Montreal to visit with 60’s Scoop Survivor and Throat Singer Nina Segalowitz and hear her story about when she was stolen from the hospital and adopted out.

 

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Episode N°3

Policy and Knowledge

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Expert: Russ Diabo

Remat Warriors: Kendra Keetch & Nunavut Sivuniksavut Staff

Sarain and Kris unpack the complexities of government policy and its effect on Indigenous Identity. They meet with First Nations Policy Analyst Russell Diabo in Innisfil who explains the history and impact of the Indian Act. They drop into an after-school youth program on Mnjikaning First Nation created by Social Worker Kendra Keetch and visit with Melissa Tidlumaluk Irwin at Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a cultural hub and university program for Inuit in Ottawa.

 

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Episode N°4

Water

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Expert: Josephine Mandamin

Remat Warriors: Christi Belcourt & Kerry-Ann Charles

Sarain and Kris discuss the current crisis of contaminated water and the growing movement of Water Protectors. They catch up with Water Walker Josephine Mandamin during her 10,900 mile walk around the Great Lakes and visit with Artist/Activist Christi Belcourt in Elliot Lake. On Georgina Island, Kris and Sarain witness the results of the restoration project of Gerties Creek supervised by Environmentalist Kerry-Ann Charles.

Air Date:

Episode N°1

Origin Stories

Watch

Expert: Isaac Murdoch

Remat Warriors: Kris Nahrgang & Sarain Fox

Archaeologist/Artist Kris Nahrgang, and Dancer/Activist Sarain Carson Fox share their personal origin stories and talk about where they are at in their own journey of identity. After visiting Traditional Teacher Isaac Murdoch at Nimkii Aazhbikoong Culture Camp in Elliot Lake, Kris takes Sarain on an underwater diving exploration near his community in Lovesick Lake and Sarain brings Kris to meet her dad, Chief of the Eastern Doorway of the Three Fires Midewiwin Lodge Jim Dumont, in Shawanaga First Nation.

Air Date:

Episode N°2

The Children

Watch

Expert: Cindy Blackstock

Remat Warriors: Nina Segalowitz & Mush Hole Staff

Kris and Sarain travel to the nation’s capitol to speak with Child Welfare Activist Cindy Blackstock. They continue their journey at the Woodland Cultural Centre where Residential School Survivor Roberta Hill shares her experience from her time at the Mohawk Institute. Sarain and Kris are given a tour by Executive Director Paula Withrow and learn about the “Save the Evidence” program at the museum. They drive to Montreal to visit with 60’s Scoop Survivor and Throat Singer Nina Segalowitz and hear her story about when she was stolen from the hospital and adopted out.

 

Air Date:

Episode N°3

Policy and Knowledge

Watch

Expert: Russ Diabo

Remat Warriors: Kendra Keetch & Nunavut Sivuniksavut Staff

Sarain and Kris unpack the complexities of government policy and its effect on Indigenous Identity. They meet with First Nations Policy Analyst Russell Diabo in Innisfil who explains the history and impact of the Indian Act. They drop into an after-school youth program on Mnjikaning First Nation created by Social Worker Kendra Keetch and visit with Melissa Tidlumaluk Irwin at Nunavut Sivuniksavut, a cultural hub and university program for Inuit in Ottawa.

 

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Episode N°4

Water

Watch

Expert: Josephine Mandamin

Remat Warriors: Christi Belcourt & Kerry-Ann Charles

Sarain and Kris discuss the current crisis of contaminated water and the growing movement of Water Protectors. They catch up with Water Walker Josephine Mandamin during her 10,900 mile walk around the Great Lakes and visit with Artist/Activist Christi Belcourt in Elliot Lake. On Georgina Island, Kris and Sarain witness the results of the restoration project of Gerties Creek supervised by Environmentalist Kerry-Ann Charles.

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Episode N°5

Pow Wow & Exhibition

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Expert: Jordan Williams

Remat Warriors: Monique Mojica & Beany John

Kris and Sarain break down the concepts of Pow Wow, ceremony and exhibition. They drive to Sarnia to meet Knowledge Keeper and Traditional Dancer Jordan White Eye Williams who shares the history of the Pow Wow. In Toronto, they are invited into a theatre space with Activist Actor/Playwright Monique Mojica to talk about her show Side Show Freaks and Circus Injuns. Then, Sarain and Kris put on their moccasins and take a Hoop Dance workshop with Storyteller/Dancer Crystal “Beany” John.

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Episode N°6

The Arts

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Expert: Jesse Wente

Remat Warriors: Penny Couchie & Tamara Podemski

Sarain and Kris explore the world of Indigenous Artists and Storytellers. At the Toronto International Film Festival Headquarters, Broadcaster and Curator Jessie Wente gives them a deeper understanding of the effects of misrepresentation of Indigenous people in Hollywood. In Barrie, they drop in on a drumming and singing workshop led by Singer/Actress Tamara Podemski and then travel up to North Bay to Big Medicine Studio for a movement class with Artistic Directors Penny Couchie and Sid Bobb of Aanmitaagzi Story Makers.

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Episode N°7

Food

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Expert: Adrianne Lickers

Remat Warriors: Bob Goulais & Joseph Shawana

Kris and Sarain get a taste of the many different aspects of Food Sovereignty. They visit Food Justice Advocate, Adrianne Lickers Xavier, at Six Nations Farmers Market where she manages the “Our Sustenance” program. Up in Lake Nippissing, Consultant and Traditional Teacher Bob Goulais talks about Sacred Law and how that applies to responsible fishing. Back in the city, Sarain and Kris experience Indigenous Cuisine prepared by Chef Joseph Shawana of KūKum Kitchen in Toronto.

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Episode N°8

Language

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Expert: Gabe Desrosiers

Remat Warriors: Susan Blight & Ryan DeCaire

Kris and Sarain share their deep desire to know their language. They visit with Anishnaabe Language Consultant Gabe Desrosiers who talks about reclaiming the Creator’s language. At University of Toronto, they sit down with Visual Artist/Filmmaker Susan Blight, who co-founded Ogimaa Mikana, which aims to restore Anishnaabemowin place names to the streets of Toronto. Sarain and Kris travel to Wahta First Nation to meet Mohawk Language Instructor Ryan DeCaire who is leading the language revitalization movement in his community.

Air Date:

Episode N°5

Pow Wow & Exhibition

Watch

Expert: Jordan Williams

Remat Warriors: Monique Mojica & Beany John

Kris and Sarain break down the concepts of Pow Wow, ceremony and exhibition. They drive to Sarnia to meet Knowledge Keeper and Traditional Dancer Jordan White Eye Williams who shares the history of the Pow Wow. In Toronto, they are invited into a theatre space with Activist Actor/Playwright Monique Mojica to talk about her show Side Show Freaks and Circus Injuns. Then, Sarain and Kris put on their moccasins and take a Hoop Dance workshop with Storyteller/Dancer Crystal “Beany” John.

Air Date:

Episode N°6

The Arts

Watch

Expert: Jesse Wente

Remat Warriors: Penny Couchie & Tamara Podemski

Sarain and Kris explore the world of Indigenous Artists and Storytellers. At the Toronto International Film Festival Headquarters, Broadcaster and Curator Jessie Wente gives them a deeper understanding of the effects of misrepresentation of Indigenous people in Hollywood. In Barrie, they drop in on a drumming and singing workshop led by Singer/Actress Tamara Podemski and then travel up to North Bay to Big Medicine Studio for a movement class with Artistic Directors Penny Couchie and Sid Bobb of Aanmitaagzi Story Makers.

Air Date:

Episode N°7

Food

Watch

Expert: Adrianne Lickers

Remat Warriors: Bob Goulais & Joseph Shawana

Kris and Sarain get a taste of the many different aspects of Food Sovereignty. They visit Food Justice Advocate, Adrianne Lickers Xavier, at Six Nations Farmers Market where she manages the “Our Sustenance” program. Up in Lake Nippissing, Consultant and Traditional Teacher Bob Goulais talks about Sacred Law and how that applies to responsible fishing. Back in the city, Sarain and Kris experience Indigenous Cuisine prepared by Chef Joseph Shawana of KūKum Kitchen in Toronto.

Air Date:

Episode N°8

Language

Watch

Expert: Gabe Desrosiers

Remat Warriors: Susan Blight & Ryan DeCaire

Kris and Sarain share their deep desire to know their language. They visit with Anishnaabe Language Consultant Gabe Desrosiers who talks about reclaiming the Creator’s language. At University of Toronto, they sit down with Visual Artist/Filmmaker Susan Blight, who co-founded Ogimaa Mikana, which aims to restore Anishnaabemowin place names to the streets of Toronto. Sarain and Kris travel to Wahta First Nation to meet Mohawk Language Instructor Ryan DeCaire who is leading the language revitalization movement in his community.

Air Date:

Episode N°9

Museums

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Expert: Tom Hill

Remat Warriors: Jaime Koebel & Sage Petahtegoose

Kris and Sarain dig deeper into the world of Archaeology, preservation of artefacts and protection of ceremonial items. In Six Nations, they meet with Artist/Curator Tom Hill of the Woodland Cultural Centre who speaks about the rematriation of museum practices. Then they travel to Ottawa and join Jaime Koebel on her Indigenous Walking Tour through the city. At the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, Sarain and Kris learn how to make their own moccasins with Sage Petahtegoose from the Manitobah Mukluk Storyboot School.

Air Date: May 04 2017

Episode N°10

Wellness

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Expert: John Rice

Remat Warriors: Karen Hill & Isabelle Aube

Kris and Sarain share their experience of health and wellness. They meet with Traditional Healer/Counsellor John Rice in Orillia who teaches them about Mino Bimaadiziwin. They travel to Six Nations for a check up with Family Physician Dr. Karen Hill and Traditional Medicine Practitioners Val King and Elva Jamieson at Juddah’s Place, a health clinic that combines Indigenous and Western Medicine. Sarain and Kris visit with Personal Trainer Isabelle Aube in Ottawa who reminds them of their own power and strength.

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Episode N°11

Cultural Appropriation

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Expert: Lenore Keeshig

Remat Warriors: Sage Paul, Nadine St. Louis & Jay Soule

Sarain and Kris discuss the problematic history and current trends of cultural appropriation. They travel to Cape Croker to speak with Cultural Educator and Storyteller Lenore Keeshig who talks about the practice of “stealing stories.” In a studio in Toronto, they assist Designer/Curator Sage Paul in creating their own Indigenous fashion art installation. Kris and Sarain then visit Nadine St. Louis, Social Entrepreneur and Owner of Ashukan Cultural Space in Montreal and Multimedia Artist Jay Soule in Toronto and discover the many ways both of them reclaim Indigenous Arts.

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Episode N°12

Justice

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Expert: Sara Mainville

Remat Warriors: Jim Johnson & Johl Whiteduck-Ringuette

Sarain and Kris explore Indigenous concepts of Justice, from restorative justice to cultural programs in the prison system. In Toronto, Lawyer Sara Mainville offers her insights into Indigenous concepts of Justice and criminality. Using food to build community Johl Whiteduck Ringuette prepares lunch for Kris and Sarain at NishDish Marketeria. On the Sacred Grounds at the Collins Bay Penitentiary in Kingston, they talk with Elder Jim Johnson who brings ceremony, cultural support and medicines to the male inmates.

Air Date:

Episode N°9

Museums

Watch

Expert: Tom Hill

Remat Warriors: Jaime Koebel & Sage Petahtegoose

Kris and Sarain dig deeper into the world of Archaeology, preservation of artefacts and protection of ceremonial items. In Six Nations, they meet with Artist/Curator Tom Hill of the Woodland Cultural Centre who speaks about the rematriation of museum practices. Then they travel to Ottawa and join Jaime Koebel on her Indigenous Walking Tour through the city. At the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, Sarain and Kris learn how to make their own moccasins with Sage Petahtegoose from the Manitobah Mukluk Storyboot School.

Air Date: May 04 2017

Episode N°10

Wellness

Watch

Expert: John Rice

Remat Warriors: Karen Hill & Isabelle Aube

Kris and Sarain share their experience of health and wellness. They meet with Traditional Healer/Counsellor John Rice in Orillia who teaches them about Mino Bimaadiziwin. They travel to Six Nations for a check up with Family Physician Dr. Karen Hill and Traditional Medicine Practitioners Val King and Elva Jamieson at Juddah’s Place, a health clinic that combines Indigenous and Western Medicine. Sarain and Kris visit with Personal Trainer Isabelle Aube in Ottawa who reminds them of their own power and strength.

Air Date:

Episode N°11

Cultural Appropriation

Watch

Expert: Lenore Keeshig

Remat Warriors: Sage Paul, Nadine St. Louis & Jay Soule

Sarain and Kris discuss the problematic history and current trends of cultural appropriation. They travel to Cape Croker to speak with Cultural Educator and Storyteller Lenore Keeshig who talks about the practice of “stealing stories.” In a studio in Toronto, they assist Designer/Curator Sage Paul in creating their own Indigenous fashion art installation. Kris and Sarain then visit Nadine St. Louis, Social Entrepreneur and Owner of Ashukan Cultural Space in Montreal and Multimedia Artist Jay Soule in Toronto and discover the many ways both of them reclaim Indigenous Arts.

Air Date:

Episode N°12

Justice

Watch

Expert: Sara Mainville

Remat Warriors: Jim Johnson & Johl Whiteduck-Ringuette

Sarain and Kris explore Indigenous concepts of Justice, from restorative justice to cultural programs in the prison system. In Toronto, Lawyer Sara Mainville offers her insights into Indigenous concepts of Justice and criminality. Using food to build community Johl Whiteduck Ringuette prepares lunch for Kris and Sarain at NishDish Marketeria. On the Sacred Grounds at the Collins Bay Penitentiary in Kingston, they talk with Elder Jim Johnson who brings ceremony, cultural support and medicines to the male inmates.

Air Date:

Episode N°13

Culture

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Expert: Michael Etherington

Remat Warriors: Rebeka Tabobondung & Eddy Robinson

Sarain and Kris delve into the bigger questions of culture and how it shapes who they are as Indigenous people. They sit down with Cultural Program Manager Michael Etherington at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto who shares his thoughts on the practice, representation and education of culture. Off-grid, but online on Wasauksing First Nation, Publisher and Editor-in- Chief Rebeka Tabobondung invites Kris and Sarain into her home where she runs the online arts & culture publication Muskrat Magazine. In downtown Toronto, Eddie Robinson talks about medicine bundles and his need to create his own cultural “bubble” in the big city.

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Episode N°13

Culture

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Expert: Michael Etherington

Remat Warriors: Rebeka Tabobondung & Eddy Robinson

Sarain and Kris delve into the bigger questions of culture and how it shapes who they are as Indigenous people. They sit down with Cultural Program Manager Michael Etherington at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto who shares his thoughts on the practice, representation and education of culture. Off-grid, but online on Wasauksing First Nation, Publisher and Editor-in- Chief Rebeka Tabobondung invites Kris and Sarain into her home where she runs the online arts & culture publication Muskrat Magazine. In downtown Toronto, Eddie Robinson talks about medicine bundles and his need to create his own cultural “bubble” in the big city.

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