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Unsettled: Journeys in Truth and Conciliation

George Lee & Jessica Vandenberghe

Unsettled: Journeys in Truth and Conciliation builds upon the 94 calls to action of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, from the perspectives of Indigenous cohost Jessica Vandenberghe, settler cohost George Lee, and their Indigenous and settler guests. We start from the belief that conciliation in Canada is an ongoing project, individually and collectively, as the country moves beyond colonial thinking to build a nation of nations—one free of racist, pro-assimiliation policies, and one that honours treaties and other commitments to Indigenous peoples. Want to keep the conversation going? Donate here: https://ko-fi.com/unsettledjourneys
Episodes
S3 E5: The Vocabulary of Conciliation: What's a Language to Do in a Changing Canada?January 26, 2023
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S3 E4: Ten Resolutions—How to Make 2023 a Year of Truth & ConciliationDecember 29, 2022
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S3 E3: Gifts of Conciliation—The How, What, and Where of Shopping IndigenousNovember 24, 2022
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S3 E2: The Land, The Home, The Spirit Part 2—A Sixties Scooper Follows 'Threads of Question Marks'October 27, 2022
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S3 E1: The Land, The Home, The Spirit Part 1—A Sixties Scooper Plans a Trip to Her Home NationSeptember 30, 2022
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S2 E 12: How to Be a Better Canadian—An Ally Gives His PerspectiveAugust 11, 2022
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S2 E11: The Healing Power of Role Models, Nature, and a Global PerspectiveJuly 07, 2022
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S2 E10: Living it Forward—An Old Friend Discusses the Role of Culture and Language in His LifeJune 30, 2022
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S1 E7 Revisited: From Wagon Trails to a National Utilities CorridorJune 23, 2022
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S2 E 2 Revisited: Can Indigenous Voices Reshape Anthropology? June 16, 2022
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S2 E7: Our Sophomore Season Continues—A Bridges and Milestones Mini-EpisodeJune 09, 2022
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S2 E6: Still Angry After All These Years—A Canadian Punk Iconoclast Shines a Light on Indigenous IssuesNovember 04, 2021
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S2 E5: As the Grave Count Continues to Grow, What's a Country to Do? Accept the Truth and Take Action, Say Two High-Profile AlliesOctober 28, 2021
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S2 E4: From the Ashes of 1913—Prince George's Improving Relationship with the First Nation it WrongedOctober 21, 2021
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S2 E3: A Skate Story—Life Just Keeps Getting Better for Actor Joe BuffaloOctober 14, 2021
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S2 E2: Can Indigenous Voices Reshape Anthropology?October 07, 2021
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S2 E1: The Summer of Our DiscontentSeptember 30, 2021
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Episode 9: Our Journey So Far—A Bridges and Milestones Mini-EpisodeMay 07, 2021
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Episode 8: Antidotes to Colonialism—A Disciple of Story Shares His ViewsMarch 10, 2021
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Episode 7: From Wagon Trails to a National Utilities Corridor: How Canada's Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Communities Can Meet the Future TogetherFebruary 19, 2021
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Episode 6: Racism and Allyship—A Bridges and Milestones Mini-EpisodeJanuary 29, 2021
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Episode 5: Planner, Mentor, Mom, and More—Glinis Buffalo Takes Us on a HikeJanuary 13, 2021
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Episode 4: From Surviving to Thriving—The Many Worlds of Ruby LittlechildDecember 22, 2020
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Episode 3: Ancestry Isn't Always Simple—A Bridges and Milestones Mini-EpisodeDecember 16, 2020
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Episode 2: The Complex Identity of One Member of the Métis Nation of AlbertaNovember 23, 2020
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