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An online journal showcasing the thoughts, opinions, and work of Indigenous youth across this country […]

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An online journal showcasing the thoughts, opinions, and work of Indigenous youth across this country we call Canada.

Read our first Issue below!

Issue 1 – Canadian Federal Election 2021

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Spotted in the Media: Chezney Martin

Chezney Martin (pictured) entered their piece “Paving the Way Forward: Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples Cannot Take the Backseat” to the National Native Media Awards for 2022 held by the Native American Journalism Association, and won second place for Best Editorial in the professional division 1 category!

Congrats Chezney, we are so proud of you!

You can read their article in Issue 1 of our #LandBackLeaders Journal above

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