5 Things To Know About Indigenous Humour
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5 Things To Know About Indigenous Humour

Tim Fontaine, founder and "Editor-in-Grand-Chief" of Walking Eagle News and producer/host of APTN's The Laughing Drum, shares five things you should know about Indigenous humour. Learning has the power to ignite potential – SUBSCRIBE NOW! Follow us on Twitter ► https://twitter.com/tvo/ | https://twitter.com/tvodocs | https://twitter.com/TheAgenda Follow us on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/TVO/ | https://www.facebook.com/tvodocs/| https://www.facebook.com/TheAgenda/ Support TVO ► https://www.tvo.org/support-us ABOUT TVO Indigenous TVO Indigenous explores current affairs stories from Indigenous perspectives. Our video content spans topics about land, identity, life and politics, and helps to promote learning and deeper understanding of the issues impacting Indigenous communities. Our goal is to amplify Indigenous voices in Ontario and surface truths, one video at a time. We seek to build relationships and ask the questions you’re afraid to ask while sharing cultural pride, humour, and the many facets of Indigenous identities. This is our team: • Allana McDougall, Indigenous Affairs video journalist @allanamcdougall on Twitter • Chris Beaver, Indigenous Affairs video journalist @chris_beaver on Twitter • Matthew O’Mara, video journalist @MatthewOMara on Twitter • Hannah Sung, manager of digital video @HannahSung on Twitter For more thought-provoking Indigenous content: https://www.tvo.org/indigenous RELATED VIDEOS What non-Indigenous Canadians need to know https://youtu.be/b1E-3Hb1-WA Why do Indigenous topics cause such emotional discomfort? https://youtu.be/MtaqRVI-JAk How to change systemic racism in Canada https://youtu.be/j-xAloD75dQ What is Reconciliation? Indigenous educators have their say https://youtu.be/hE_08EQbWRI ABOUT #TVO TVO exists to ignite the potential in everyone through the power of learning. We provide learning opportunities for Ontarians of all ages through our portfolio of impactful digital learning products and services, in-depth current affairs analysis, thought-provoking documentaries, and award-winning TVOkids content that inspires and supports learning both inside and outside the classroom. For more information, visit https://www.tvo.org/.
How to change systemic racism in Canada
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How to change systemic racism in Canada

What does racism look like in Canada? In this web series called "First Things First," Cindy Blackstock, executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, tells us the story of Jordan River Anderson and why she continues to fight the Canadian government to gain rights for Indigenous children. Produced by: Michelle-Andrea Girouard Co-produced by: Charnel Anderson Manager, Digital Video: Hannah Sung Photos provided by: Cindy Blackstock Under the Show More section: Learning has the power to ignite potential – SUBSCRIBE NOW! Follow us on Twitter ► https://twitter.com/tvo/ | https://twitter.com/tvodocs | https://twitter.com/TheAgenda Follow us on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/TVO/ | https://www.facebook.com/tvodocs/| https://www.facebook.com/TheAgenda/ Support TVO ► https://www.tvo.org/support-us ABOUT TVO Indigenous TVO Indigenous explores current affairs stories from Indigenous perspectives. Our video content spans topics about land, identity, life and politics, and helps to promote learning and deeper understanding of the issues impacting Indigenous communities. Our goal is to amplify Indigenous voices in Ontario and surface truths, one video at a time. We seek to build relationships and ask the questions you’re afraid to ask while sharing cultural pride, humour, and the many facets of Indigenous identities. This is our team: • Allana McDougall, Indigenous Affairs video journalist @allanamcdougall on Twitter • Chris Beaver, Indigenous Affairs video journalist @chris_beaver on Twitter • Matthew O’Mara, video journalist @MatthewOMara on Twitter • Hannah Sung, manager of digital video @HannahSung on Twitter For more thought-provoking Indigenous content: https://www.tvo.org/indigenous RELATED VIDEOS What non-Indigenous Canadians need to know https://youtu.be/b1E-3Hb1-WA Why do Indigenous topics cause such emotional discomfort? https://youtu.be/MtaqRVI-JAk What is reconciliation? Indigenous educators have their say https://youtu.be/hE_08EQbWRI 5 things to know about Indigenous humour https://youtu.be/JSgcQwmtCkE The Agenda with Steve Paikin - "Ontario Hubs: Addressing Reconciliation" https://youtu.be/XLUdwROUu74 ABOUT #TVO TVO exists to ignite the potential in everyone through the power of learning. We provide learning opportunities for Ontarians of all ages through our portfolio of impactful digital learning products and services, in-depth current affairs analysis, thought-provoking documentaries, and award-winning TVOkids content that inspires and supports learning both inside and outside the classroom. For more information, visit https://www.tvo.org/.
Why do Indigenous topics cause such emotional discomfort?
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Why do Indigenous topics cause such emotional discomfort?

In her university-level classes, Pam Palmater often sees students cry, get angry, or surprised at the realities of racism in Canada. In this web series called "First Things First," Palmater explains how to handle emotions in difficult conversations. Produced by: Michelle-Andrea Girouard Co-produced by: Charnel Anderson Manager, Digital Video: Hannah Sung Photos provided by: Pamela Palmater Learning has the power to ignite potential – SUBSCRIBE NOW! Follow us on Twitter ► https://twitter.com/tvo/ | https://twitter.com/tvodocs | https://twitter.com/TheAgenda Follow us on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/TVO/ | https://www.facebook.com/tvodocs/ | https://www.facebook.com/TheAgenda/ Support TVO ► https://www.tvo.org/support-us ABOUT TVO Indigenous TVO Indigenous explores current affairs stories from Indigenous perspectives. Our video content spans topics about land, identity, life and politics, and helps to promote learning and deeper understanding of the issues impacting Indigenous communities. Our goal is to amplify Indigenous voices in Ontario and surface truths, one video at a time. We strive to be friendly and fair in our coverage. We seek to build relationships and ask the questions you’re afraid to ask while sharing cultural pride, humour, and the many facets of Indigenous identities. This is our team: • Allana McDougall, Indigenous Affairs video journalist @allanamcdougall on Twitter • Chris Beaver, Indigenous Affairs video journalist @chris_beaver on Twitter • Matthew O’Mara, video journalist @MatthewOMara on Twitter • Hannah Sung, manager of digital video @HannahSung on Twitter For more thought-provoking Indigenous content: https://www.tvo.org/indigenous RELATED VIDEOS What non-Indigenous Canadians need to know https://youtu.be/b1E-3Hb1-WA How to change systemic racism in Canada https://youtu.be/j-xAloD75dQ What is reconciliation? Indigenous educators have their say https://youtu.be/hE_08EQbWRI 5 things to know about Indigenous humour https://youtu.be/JSgcQwmtCkE ABOUT #TVO TVO exists to ignite the potential in everyone through the power of learning. We provide learning opportunities for Ontarians of all ages through our portfolio of impactful digital learning products and services, in-depth current affairs analysis, thought-provoking documentaries, and award-winning TVOkids content that inspires and supports learning both inside and outside the classroom. For more information, visit https://www.tvo.org/.
What is reconciliation? Indigenous educators have their say
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What is reconciliation? Indigenous educators have their say

Is hanging Indigenous art in an office "reconciliation?" In this web series called "First Things First," Indigenous experts take a look at what it really means to reconcile after generations of systemic racism against Indigenous peoples. Produced by: Michelle-Andrea Girouard Co-produced by: Charnel Anderson Manager, Digital Video: Hannah Sung Learning has the power to ignite potential – SUBSCRIBE NOW! Follow us on Twitter ► https://twitter.com/tvo/ | https://twitter.com/tvodocs | https://twitter.com/TheAgenda Follow us on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/TVO/ | https://www.facebook.com/tvodocs/| https://www.facebook.com/TheAgenda/ Support TVO ► https://www.tvo.org/support-us About TVO Indigenous TVO Indigenous explores current affairs stories from Indigenous perspectives. Our video content spans topics about land, identity, life and politics, and helps to promote learning and deeper understanding of the issues impacting Indigenous communities. Our goal is to amplify Indigenous voices in Ontario and surface truths, one video at a time. We seek to build relationships and ask the questions you’re afraid to ask while sharing cultural pride, humour, and the many facets of Indigenous identities. This is our team: • Allana McDougall, Indigenous Affairs video journalist @allanamcdougall on Twitter • Chris Beaver, Indigenous Affairs video journalist @chris_beaver on Twitter • Matthew O’Mara, video journalist @MatthewOMara on Twitter • Hannah Sung, manager of digital video @HannahSung on Twitter For more thought-provoking Indigenous content: https://www.tvo.org/indigenous RELATED VIDEOS What non-Indigenous Canadians need to know https://youtu.be/b1E-3Hb1-WA Why do Indigenous topics cause such emotional discomfort? https://youtu.be/MtaqRVI-JAk How to change systemic racism in Canada https://youtu.be/j-xAloD75dQ 5 things to know about Indigenous humour https://youtu.be/JSgcQwmtCkE The Agenda with Steve Paikin - "Ontario Hubs: Addressing Reconciliation" https://youtu.be/XLUdwROUu74 ABOUT #TVO TVO exists to ignite the potential in everyone through the power of learning. We provide learning opportunities for Ontarians of all ages through our portfolio of impactful digital learning products and services, in-depth current affairs analysis, thought-provoking documentaries, and award-winning TVOkids content that inspires and supports learning both inside and outside the classroom. For more information, visit https://www.tvo.org/.
What non-Indigenous Canadians need to know
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What non-Indigenous Canadians need to know

Eddy Robinson is an educator on Indigenous issues. In this web series called "First Things First," Robinson explains why asking "How Can I Help?" is not the right question. Produced by: Michelle-Andrea Girouard Manager, Digital Video: Hannah Sung Photos provided by: Eddy Robinson Learning has the power to ignite potential – SUBSCRIBE NOW! Follow us on Twitter ► https://twitter.com/tvo/ | https://twitter.com/tvodocs | https://twitter.com/TheAgenda Follow us on Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/TVO/ | https://www.facebook.com/tvodocs/ | https://www.facebook.com/TheAgenda/ Support TVO ► https://www.tvo.org/support-us ABOUT TVO Indigenous TVO Indigenous explores current affairs stories from Indigenous perspectives. Our video content spans topics about land, identity, life and politics, and helps to promote learning and deeper understanding of the issues impacting Indigenous communities. Our goal is to amplify Indigenous voices in Ontario and surface truths, one video at a time. We strive to be friendly and fair in our coverage. We seek to build relationships and ask the questions you’re afraid to ask while sharing cultural pride, humour, and the many facets of Indigenous identities. This is our team: • Allana McDougall, Indigenous Affairs video journalist @allanamcdougall on Twitter • Chris Beaver, Indigenous Affairs video journalist @chris_beaver on Twitter • Matthew O’Mara, video journalist @MatthewOMara on Twitter • Hannah Sung, manager of digital video @HannahSung on Twitter For more thought-provoking Indigenous content: https://www.tvo.org/indigenous RELATED VIDEOS Why do Indigenous topics cause such emotional discomfort? https://youtu.be/MtaqRVI-JAk How to change systemic racism in Canada https://youtu.be/j-xAloD75dQ What is reconciliation? Indigenous educators have their say https://youtu.be/hE_08EQbWRI 5 things to know about Indigenous humour https://youtu.be/JSgcQwmtCkE ABOUT #TVO TVO exists to ignite the potential in everyone through the power of learning. We provide learning opportunities for Ontarians of all ages through our portfolio of impactful digital learning products and services, in-depth current affairs analysis, thought-provoking documentaries, and award-winning TVOkids content that inspires and supports learning both inside and outside the classroom. For more information, visit https://www.tvo.org/.

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