Walking on the Knife’s Edge

Walking on the Knife’s Edge

I had a friend, teacher and mentor once; let’s call him “Ray”. I met Ray when I was about 24, he was a First Nation artist that taught me silver and gold smithing, wood and stone carving, some bead and leatherwork, how to make ceremonial pipes and a...
Show Up Every Day

Show Up Every Day

There I was sitting in the small dark theatre on a random Wednesday with my eyes welling up as I fought the streams trying to push their way out. It was a one woman performance called “Oh My Sweet Land” written by Amir Nizar Zuabi meant to help humanize...
You’re Tricks Are Already Too Late

You’re Tricks Are Already Too Late

When I first set out with this blog, I really thought I might do more “How to” posts. But, as I got into it more and really thought about how I might best help people, I realized that things move fast and that tactics we are using today may not (and probably won’t)...

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