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The Spotlight Season 15 (2019) Episode Guide 262 Laugh at my Calibration The Spotlight Season 14 (2018) The Spotlight Season 14 is now hosted by Kinte K. Fergerson and J Corina Francis. This season premiered on January 26, 2018 with the return to indy radio Film maker William X Lee to discuss his new film “6 feet below”. The show will continue talk about news of the day plus have great guests. Episode Guide 242 William X Lee "6 Feet Bellow Hell" Episode 242 243 2017 Best TV Shows Episode 243 ...
 
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Our guest on this episode of Face to Face is actor, director and educator Michael Greyeyes. Michael who is Plains Cree from Muskeg Lake Cree Nation in Saskatchewan has had a diverse career on stage and on the screen. To some he is best known for his role as Gooch in the movie “Dance Me Outside”. He is currently starring in the American sitcom “Ruth…
 
Our guest on this episode of Face to Face is writer, director, producer and actor, Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers. Elle-Máijá is a member of the Kainai First Nation as well as Sámi from Norway. Her latest film is ‘Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy’ - an intimate portrait of her community and the impacts of the substance use and overdose epidemic.…
 
Our guest on this episode of Face to Face are Breanne Lavallee-Heckert and Seraph-Eden Carr. They are part of Red River Echoes - a collective of Metis in Manitoba and beyond who are raising concerns over a series of statements and actions by the leadership of the Manitoba Metis Federation. The collective first spoke out after the MMF took out a ful…
 
Our guest on this episode of Face to Face is Heather Igloliorte an Inuk scholar, curator and art historian from Nunatsiavut. Heather is an associate professor of Indigenous art history at Concordia College in Montreal. She is also one of the curators of INUA - the first exhibition at Qaumajuq the Winnipeg Art Gallery's new Inuit art centre.…
 
Episode 278 on the Season 16 premiere Hosts Kinte & Jen welcome film maker Sheridan Randolph to talk about her web series Stuck In Web Series 3/23/21 Hosts Kinte https://www.instagram.com/kintefergerson/ Jen https://www.instagram.com/followingbliss1/ Guests: Sheridan Randolph https://www.instagram.com/sherandolph/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC…
 
Our guest on this episode of Face to Face is Diane Redsky, Executive Director of the Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Diane has worked to address the many of the issues facing Winnipeg’s Indigenous community in areas of health, justice, education and social services. She is a strong advocate for Indigenous children's and women's i…
 
Our guest on this episode of Face to Face is filmmaker and educator Doreen Manuel. Doreen is the director of the Bosa Centre for Film and Animation at Capilano University in North Vancouver. She recently co-authored an update to her father's biography - "Brotherhood To Nationhood: George Manuel And The Making Of The Modern Indian Movement"…
 
Our guest on this episode of Face to Face is Blake Francis - A Mi'kmaq hip-hop artist from Esgenoopetitj First Nation in New Brunswick and former member of the award winning rap group, City Natives. When Francis first started rapping, it was all about having fun but now Francis feels he can use his voice to make a statement about the injustices Ind…
 
At the age of four, Marcia Anderson says she knew that one day, she wanted to become a doctor. Twenty years later, Anderson was the youngest Indigenous graduate from the Faculty of Medicine in Manitoba and the youngest president of the Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada. On this episode of Face to Face Anderson talks about medicine and a n…
 
Our guest this week is Aliyah Chavez - a multimedia reporter with Indian Country Today based in Phoenix, Arizona. Indian Country Today is a digital news platform covering Indigenous news across the United States. Aliyah is a member of Kewa Pueblo, one of the 21 Indigenous nations in New Mexico. She is a journalism and communications graduate from S…
 
Launching a brand new venture in the middle of global pandemic may not seem like the best idea but it’s working out pretty well for Red Music Rising. Director and artist manager Matt Maw says the pandemic allowed him to focus on building the company and the brand. On this episode of Maw explains why there is a need for an Indigenous-only music comp…
 
Our guest this week is Ontario Regional Chief RoseAnne Archibald. Archibald became the first woman elected to the position in 2018. She has been politically involved for 30 years when she became the first woman and the youngest chief elected in her community of Taykwa Tagamou First Nation in 1990. She is one of three female regional chiefs for the …
 
Award winning documentary filmmaker Loretta Todd recently released her first feature film. Monkey Beach, based on Eden Robinson's book of the same name was released in theatres last fall and is now streaming. Todd, who is also a producer of children's programming, is our guest on this episode of Face to Face.…
 
On this episode of Face to Face, Dennis Ward sits down with Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond. Mary Ellen is a lawyer, judge and a long time advocate for children and youth. She was B.C. representative for children and youth for a decade. In June 2020, Mary Ellen was appointed to head up an investigation into racism in the B.C. health care system.…
 
Robyn Bunting has worked in the child welfare system for the past 20 years in communities across Ontario. She is former band councillor and the lead representative on child welfare for her home community of Constance Lake First Nation in northern Ontario. Robyn knows first hand the impacts the system can have on children - having spent time in fost…
 
Ontario's first and only advocate for children and youth is our guest on this episode of Face to Face. The Doug Ford government closed down the office in the spring of 2019. Irwin Elman says government talk about changing the child welfare system amounts to nothing more than nice words.Av APTN
 
Our guest this week has many different titles - researcher, activist, filmmaker and band councillor are among them. Angelina McLeod grew up in her home community of Shoal Lake 40. Recently, she completed a documentary series on her community, which was turned into a man made island in order to provide the City of Winnipeg with clean drinking water,…
 
Our guest this week is Grammy and Juno Award winning producer and engineer David Strickland. David who has family roots running generations deep back to the East Coast along Mi’kmaq, Cree and even Beothuk line. David has worked with Drake, Redman, Method many and many more notable hip hop legends. His latest album - Spirit of Hip Hop was released i…
 
Racism does not always show itself in nefarious ways. Having a degree, diploma or letters in front of your name certainly does not mean you cannot be racist. According to Dr. Barry Lavallee, “Racism comes in nice white smiling faces.” On this episode of Face to Face, Physician Barry Lavallee discusses standing up to the ‘smiling faces’ of systemic …
 
Buildings and vehicles burned to the ground, fists thrown, flares fired, and property stolen. Just some of the acts of violence captured on camera as the Sipekne’katik First Nation launched its modest livelihood fishery on Sept. 17. Chief Mike Sack was not expecting any of it. On the latest episode of Face to Face Host Dennis Ward sits down with Ch…
 
Every U.S. election is billed as the most important election of our time, but the 2020 election has a new sense of urgency and division says the editor of Indian Country Today (ICT). “The urgency is that so many decisions are being made so quickly,” says Mark Trahant. “But, the partisan divide is about as bitter and rancour as any time since the U-…
 
Cree filmmaker Tasha Hubbard wishes she never had to make the documentary nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand, which follows the family of Colten Boushie, the young man who died from a gunshot to the back of his head in August 2016 after entering the farm property of Gerald Stanley in Saskatchewan. On this episode of Face to Face, Hubbard explains the …
 
Anishinaabe broadcaster and writer Jesse Wente is one of the most recognizable Indigenous voices on the Canadian media landscape. For more than two decades, he has been a columnist and producer that is not afraid of criticizing the media, including those that write his cheques. Wente believes there has been great strides in the Canadian media for I…
 
Some have called Moon of the Crusted Snow the perfect book for the times we’re in. The novel was released in 2018 to critical praise but it has seen a resurgence during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, writer and journalist, Waubgeshig Rice has been asked to pen a sequel to the post-apocalyptic story about a small, northern Anishinaabe community that go…
 
Like many people, Dr. James Makokis never imagined the COVID-19 pandemic would be as bad as it has become on Turtle Island. Makokis, who has wanted to be a doctor since he was four years old has had to overcome adversity in order to get to where he is today. Last year Makokis and his partner Anthony Johnson competed and won the Amazing Race Canada.…
 
Celebrated Mi’gmaw filmmaker, Jeff Barnaby believes the Canadian film industry is making “slow but albeit reluctant” steps towards supporting Indigenous filmmakers. His latest film, Blood Quantum was referred to as an “important step for Native filmmaking” in one glowing review. Barnaby says it took 13 years from coming up with the idea and finding…
 
The head of a anti-poverty advocacy group in Manitoba says it’s worried about families and the austerity measures governments are likely to put in place, post-pandemic. Kate Kehler is executive director of the Winnipeg Social Planning Council (WSPC). The WPSC is among a group of organizations pushing for the continuation of the Canadian Emergency R…
 
It all started as a social media project. Little did Paul Seesequasis know it would eventually lead to a book deal and a visual exhibition. Seesequasis started going through photos in archives, libraries and museums, collecting photos from the 1920s through the ’70s. Historical photos of everyday life in First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities. …
 
Manitoba’s child advocate says the province must get creative when it comes to keeping families and children in care of the state in touch during the COVID-19 pandemic where social distancing has become the rule. Changes to visitation rights during the pandemic is a huge shift for kids and families, Daphne Penrose, Manitoba’s Advocate for Children …
 
More than 100 Indigenous women in Canada have come forward with stories of forced or coerced sterilization and lawyer Alisa Lombard says it’s nothing new in Canada, nor is it illegal. Lombard is a partner with Saskatchewan based, Semanganis Worme Lombard and is heading up a proposed class action lawsuit representing Indigenous women who have been f…
 
Don Worme has taken on cases for families who have had a loved one shot and killed by police and who have died while incarcerated. Often, the long-time defence lawyer represents families of those who are at odds with the justice system. Worme said we need people to stand up and speak out against that injustice and that is something that his grandfa…
 
Traditionally, Adrian Sutherland made an effort to not be so politically charged in his approach to writing music. That changed when he released his debut solo single, Politician Man. The song was born out of long standing issues in Sutherland’s home community of Attawapiskat and the frustrations of trying to raise a family on the First Nation in n…
 
His face, voice and clothing have all become synonymous with Rogers Hometown Hockey in Cree on APTN. It’s not Earl Wood’s first rodeo – he’s been an MC at pow wows and for various sporting events for decades. The historic first game in March 2019 was, however, the first time Wood had been on television and all that comes with it.…
 
Victoria Redsun says it is difficult to be a young, Indigenous person in an urban environment right now. The 20 year old Denesuline poet, performer, filmmaker and activist is based in Winnipeg. She says you only have to walk down the streets of Winnipeg to see the ongoing effects of colonialism. But Redsun says she felt safe and accepted during her…
 
Stephen Buffalo feels there is a lot of misrepresentation around the resource sector and Indigenous people’s opposition to it. Buffalo is the CEO and president of the Indian Resource Council, representing roughly 130 First Nation communities that are producing or have the potential to produce oil and gas. During this episode of Face to Face, Buffal…
 
The future of role of the Metis Nation of Ontario within the Metis National Council is a “pivotal debate” says a spokesperson with the national organization. David Chartrand, speaking in the second part of a Face to Face interview with Host Dennis Ward that is set to run Tuesday night, is also the long time president of the Manitoba Metis Federatio…
 
The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is a great opportunity, economically for Metis people says David Chartrand. The long-time President of the Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) is also currently the national spokesperson of the Metis National Council (MNC). Chartrand recently applauded the decision of the Federal Court of Appeal to uphold t…
 
Eriel Tchekwie Deranger jokes about coming up with chants and making protest signs being her arts and crafts while growing up. Just prior to her birth, Deranger’s family was forcibly removed from their trap line in northern Saskatchewan in order to make way for a uranium mine. Deranger, who is Dene and a member of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nati…
 
Elaine Bomberry is a trailblazer in the music industry. For the past three decades, she has produced award winning shows like Rez Bluez on APTN, and managed Juno award winning artists. Bomberry also helped co-create a Juno award category solely for Indigenous artists. But at the start of her career, there were very few Indigenous people working beh…
 
On this episode of Face to Face: Jerry Daniels has a lot of priorities for his second term as the grand chief of the Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) in Manitoba. Improving health outcomes, supporting families, bringing children home, reducing the number of Indigenous peoples incarcerated and tackling the meth crisis are just some of the issues …
 
On this episode of Face to Face: Clarence Iron has overcome many challenges in his lifetime. Now, he says he’s let go of drugs and alcohol and has been given the opportunity of a lifetime. Iron, who is a member of Canoe Lake Cree Nation, recently signed a three-year deal with Rogers to provide play by play for Rogers Hometown Hockey in Cree on APTN…
 
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