A lot of settlers in so-called Canada want to walk the path of reconciliation with the Indigenous peoples who have always been here. On our last episode of season 1, we’re joined by Riley Yesno to discuss the land back movement that seeks to reclaim Indigenous rights and rebalance our relationships with one another and the land. Riley is an Anishinaabe scholar, writer, and commentator from Eabametoong First Nation. She has been a contributor and commentator for some of the largest media outlets in Canada and the world, including the New York Times, BBC World News, The Globe and Mail, and CBC National News. Her main project right now is teaching Indigenous governance and justice at Toronto Metropolitan University, and completing her Ph.D. at the University of Toronto, where she studies Indigenous/Canadian politics and is a Vanier Scholar.
Riley Yesno: https://rileyyesno.com
CBC Land Back Podcast: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/cbc-podcasts/1341-landback
CBC Kuper Island Podcast: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/cbc-podcasts/1062-kuper-island
CBC Secret Life of Canada episode about the Indian Act: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/cbc-podcasts/203-the-secret-life-of-canada/episode/15721469-s2-the-indian-act
Harbinger Media Network: https://harbingermedianetwork.com/join