Author Jess O'Reilly explains the genesis of this project.
Author SG discusses Call to Action #24 and understanding Aboriginal health issues by the medical community
Author Quinn Hamlyn discusses Call to Action 34, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder in the justice system.
Author Maxime Robichaud discusses Call to Action 30 and the overrepresentation of Aboriginal people in custody.
Author Lameese Karamalla explores Call to Action 19 and the important of healthcare for Indigenous populations.
Author Gracie Eileen Margaret McKay explores the ramifications of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project for Indigenous peoples and its relation to the TRC's Calls to Action.
Anonymous author explores Call to Action #22 and how it relates to their own experience with healthcare.
Author BrightSky discusses Call to Action 76 and the lasting effects of Residential Schools in Canada.
Author Marissa Vachon connects Call to Action 19 to ongoing inequities across Canadian health care systems.
Author Kain Kokoko celebrates local efforts to restore Indigenous languages, including Anishinaabemowin.
An anonymous author explores Call to Action 71 and its vital connection to healing and closure for the family of children who did not come home.
An anonymous author explores Call to Action 76 and the importance of respecting those who have passed on.
Author Erika Marsolais examines Calls to Action 41, describing the important work of the Native Women's Association of Canada.
Author Alexa Guérin describes Call to Action 16 and the importance of respecting Indigenous language rights in post-secondary contexts.
Author Adam Lambert describes the need for Indigenous justice systems that align with UNDRIP and existing treaty rights.
Author Kamalpreet Kaur describes Call to Action #7 and the problems creating by unequitable funding for federally-run schools.
Author Bipana Tamang shares aspects of her culture and expresses the importance of Call to Action 13.