2 Crees in a Pod

2 Crees in a Pod

By Terri Suntjens
2 Crees in a Pod, unapologetically creates space for Indigenous resurgence. Our intention is to disrupt western colonial systems and honor Indigenous helping practices.
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wicihtasow with Dr. Leona Makokis and Dr. Ralph Bodor
Our final episode of Season 1 wraps up with two amazing folks who are near and dear to our hearts. This conversation explores wicihtasow, meaning one who is a helper in the context of language, ceremony and is based in the teachings. We discuss their omanitew and nêhiyaw kesi wahkotok: Cree relationship mapping training that guides human service workers towards developing a more in-depth understanding of Indigenous teachings and concepts.
42:49
August 2, 2020
60’s Scoop with Colleen Hele-Cardinal
Colleen is the author of ‘Raised Somewhere Else”, a book that shares her incredible story of being a 60’s scoop adoptee and going home. 2 Crees in a Pod loved this conversation that shares a valuable resource that connects adoptees through a geographic information mapping (GIS) platform called “In Our Own Words: Mapping the 60s Scoop Survivor Diaspora”.
29:12
July 27, 2020
Restorative Practices with Andre Bear
2 Crees in a Pod shares a conversation with Andre Bear to discuss restorative justice. Taking us through his own stories, we get a glimpse of some important teachings that remind us of the important changes that are needed in this country.
37:01
July 18, 2020
Indigenous Social Work and Laughter with Dr. Raven Sinclair
2 Crees in a Pod explores Indigenous social work with Dr. Sinclair. We enjoyed this conversation filled with laughter and meaningful dialogue.
52:00
July 13, 2020
Indigegogy with Dr. Kathy Absolon
This episode shares a meaningful conversation with Dr. Absolon, that discusses doing Indigenous education in a Indigenous way.
43:57
July 6, 2020
Bonus Episode: A Reminder on Canada’s 153 years.
Honouring the Land
04:10
July 1, 2020
kâniyâsihk with Dr. Kevin Lewis
In this episode we discuss land based education and language with Dr. Kevin Lewis. Kevin runs cultural camps that share and teaches others about Cree traditional ways.
31:02
June 28, 2020
Do Right- Not be Right with Dr. Cindy Blackstock
Be prepared to be inspired in this episode with Dr. Cindy Blackstock. She speaks to the importance of humility, moral courage and our values. As a Indigenous woman, Dr. Blackstock is leading the way in advocating for Indigenous children’s equality in Canada.
49:02
June 22, 2020
Ceremony and the Brain with Dr. Michael Yellow Bird
We are joined by Dr. Michael Yellowbird to discuss how colonization has and continues to impact our bodies and brains. We explore how Indigenous ceremony and the continued resurgence of our languages, rituals, traditions are critical to addressing trauma.
46:29
June 14, 2020
Pocket full of circles with Sharon Steinhauer
This episode discusses circle protocol and processes with Sharon Steinhauer. We explore how circles can be utilized in the classroom, your workspace and at home with you family.
24:37
June 7, 2020
Reclaiming Space with Dr. Leona Makokis
In this episode we are joined by Dr. Leona Makokis, exploring the significance of place based learning and Indigenous governance.
43:45
June 2, 2020