Posts Tagged ‘identity’

Back-to-school

6 Back-to-School Films Celebrating Balance and Freedom

Education

It’s back-to-school time again! Explore 6 films on diversity, Indigenous heritage and sustainable development to help you fuel your ideas and plan your classes.

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Pow Wow Power | Watch Award-Winning Short Doc Red Path on NFB.ca

Films

Got 15 minutes? Put them to good use and watch Atikamekw filmmaker Thérèse Ottawa’s first film, Red Path, now streaming on NFB.ca.

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Who Are We? | Explore Your Canadian Identity with This Hilarious Short Cartoon

Films

O Canada. Who are we, and why do we live here again? These questions, as slippery as codfish and as vast as the Prairies, have haunted Canadians since before 1867. In Who Are We?, a 10-minute cartoon by Zlatko Grgić, the good old Canadian identity conundrum get a brand new spin. The film opens with some history, before breaking into

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Exploring the concept of identity in the classroom through Indigenous films

Education

Educators: draw inspiration from Indigenous pedagogies such as narrative approach and empathy to explore the concept of identity with your students.

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Tracing the lines of identity: an impromptu conversation about Inuit face tattoos

News

I’m in Iqaluit. There is snow on the ground and the sun sets around 4, but it doesn’t feel very cold, perhaps because of the very warm people we are meeting everywhere. Last night, a couple of Iqaluit musicians invited us into their home for dinner. Ellen Hamilton and Chris Coleman live in a beautiful,

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