MUKWA AND THE SUITCASE by Eddy Robinson Ilustrator Jason EagleSpeaker Order your copy now! Amazon Canada Amazon USA About BOOZHOO - Storytelling has been an ancient tradition of North America's original people since time immemorial. The truth of the Indigenous experience, and the impacts of colonization, is a story that has been silenced for far too long. Mukwa … Continue reading MY NEW BOOK! NOW AVAILABLE!
Wayna-Boozhoo! Boozhoo! Ahneen! Wachay I want to say Kiizhay-Meegwetch (Kindest Thank You) to the Mississauga's of Scugog Island First Nation without the community effort, dedication to the culture and their strong sincere spirits this part of the journey would not have been possible in any way. I am so grateful and I send many blessings … Continue reading National Geographic’s “The Story of God with Morgan Freeman”
LINK: Cities are Indigenous Land, Too - Vice By Eddy Robinson - March 20th, 2017 On answering the question "Where are you from?" as an Anishnaabe born in Toronto. "Where are you from?" It's a question a lot of us have encountered from time to time over a noisy coffee, awkward lunch, in the workplace, … Continue reading Cities are Indigenous Land Too – Vice
When I was 18, I went on a vision quest... I was seven years old the first time I experienced First Nations culture. My family went to the Guelph penitentiary, where two of my relatives were in jail. That day, the prison was holding a gathering for Indigenous inmates. It was the first time I … Continue reading Toronto Life Magazine