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Fresh Ideas Through an Indigenous Lens

Nang Ḵ’uulas (Patrick Shannon) is an artist and storyteller of Haida ancestry, specializing in filmmaking, photography and graphic design to celebrate, empower, and tackle important indigenous issues both urban and rural.

THE BLOGGED ADVENTURES OF NANG Ḵ’UULAS

I was so fortunate While passing through Vancouver to be contacted by my good friend and powerhouse indigenous fashion hero Joleen Mitton. S...

This past week I’ve been honoured by the Haida Nation who have featured me in their Haida Laas (national journal), the original articl...

Soon after arriving in Toronto I was very fortunate to meet Nadia George, an inspiring and talented social entrepreneur and actor. After get...

Tonight, we held an evening of solidarity to support those that are peacefully occupying fish farms on the south coast of BC. We gathered in...

At the end of August, the bi-annual Gathering Our Nations suicide prevention cultural camp took place again at the Hiellen Longhouse campgro...