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In this episode, we hear from two land and water defenders. Pihesiw is a Nehiyaw full spectrum birth worker, sexual health educator, and land and water defender from Sampson Cree First Nation. Nila-Aks whose english name is Kolin Sutherland-Wilson is a Gitxan storyteller, film maker, writer, and land and water defender from the village Inspia of Gitxan Nation. Through their stories we explore the history of colonial violence and the modern implications, about resistance from birth work to land defense work, and how it’s all connected.


Dene Talk is created, written, produced, edited by Cassidy Villebrun-Buracas, with support from Coco Nielson, Glen Swarnadhipathi, Andrew Hynes, and Nicola Watts. Mashi cho to Coc Nielson for the additional voices. Special thanks to the staff and volunteers of CFUV 101.9 FM. Special mashi cho to Jordan Koe and Phoenix Bain. Artwork done by Nicole Neidhardt.

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