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Oki! Welcome to the fox den, I'm your host Andrea True Joy Fox, a Blackfoot woman, teacher, and artist. Join me on this colourful journey of learning where conversations with inspirational leaders share their gifts, teachings and stories with the world. ••SEASON 3 Motherhood Series•• is Live! Recorded in Blackfoot Territory 👣 Host: Andrea True Joy Fox Producer: Andrea True Joy Fox Co-Producer: Javier Rodriguez Editor: Javier Rodriguez
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🪶 We are so excited to share this conversation with Camie Jae Goldhammer, MSW, LICSW, IBCLC (Sisíthuŋwaŋ-Waȟpéthuŋwaŋ Oyáte) a Clinical Social Worker, Lactation Consultant and Full Spectrum Indigenous Doula. 🪶 Camie is the founder and chair of the Native American Breastfeeding Coalition of Washington. She is also a founding mother and President Ele…
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✨ Welcoming in the new year with strong Blackfoot Matriarch, Isabel Healy! 🪶 In this special conversation with Isabel, listeners will enjoy hearing about her love for beading, working hard, raising her children, and learning about her culture! 🪶 Isabel grew up in the Kainai Blood Tribe, part of the Blackfoot Confederacy, where she learned her first…
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🪶In honour of National Indigenous People’s Month, we wanted to feature a special conversation that focuses on some big things happening in the Blackfoot territories that are connected to Indigenous Health and Wellness! Recorded live at the Annual Siksika Nation Health Fair on the Siksika Nation, we share this inspiring conversation with Chief Execu…
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✨Dr. Cindy Blackstock✨ 🪶In this conversation with Dr. Cindy Blackstock, we talk about childhood dreams, envisioning the powerful future of Indigenous children and their legacies, Spirit Bear, and stories of the places that are close to Cindy's heart. 🪶Cindy is a member of the Gitxsan First Nation, the Executive Director of the First Nations Child a…
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In this episode I chat with award winning, super cool, fun to hang out with inspirational author, writer, storyteller, Katherena Vermette. Katherena, a Red River Métis (Michif) writer from Treaty 1 territory, the heart of the Métis Nation. She has worked in poetry, novels, children’s literature, and film. Her first book, North End Love Songs, also …
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Welcome to the Motherhood Series! I am so excited to share the first episode in our new Motherhood Series where I talk with Autumn EagleSpeaker! Autumn is a member of the Kainai First Nation. She is from the All Short Peoples Clan and the Running Antelope Band. Autumn was born and raised in Seattle, Washington and resides in Calgary. Autumn is the …
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Join me in conversation with Caroline Sekaquaptewa, a 47 year old Hopi woman from Sipaulovi, Arizona. She is from the Patkiwungwa (Water) clan. Caroline is a mother of four daughters: Jaime, Jelani, Jaya, and Makenna and grandmother to one grandson. She resides in the Phoenix area and is an Early Childhood Educator and has taught in a family litera…
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Jillene Joseph (Aaniiih) raised four children and a nephew for many years as a single mother and now is in a beautiful and healthy relationship. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in community health education and is currently the Executive Director for the Native Wellness Institute, a national non-profit organization that she and a handful of ot…
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Ryan Fahey is a three-time Author, Educator, and International Speaker of all things wellness and personal growth. He is the Owner of FaheyConsulting which aims to help people and organizations move from good to great. Born in Nova Scotia, Ryan has dedicated his life to pursuing wellness and is widely considered a leader in the wellness and educati…
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Join me in conversation for the first episode in the Wellness Series with Paula Naponse, an Anishinaabe kwe from Aitkameksheng Anishinaabek in Ontario. Paula is a designer, educator and entrepreneur. All the work that Paula does is based on the belief that Indigenous people have cultural knowledge that can drive communities ahead if we embrace who …
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Join Talks With A Fox Podcast for Part 2 of the final episode of the Author Series in conversation with notable author and storyteller, Richard Van Camp. Richard is a proud Tlicho Dene from Fort Smith, NWT. He is the author of 26 books in just about every genre and his novel, The Lesser Blessed, is now a feature film with First Generation Films. He…
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Join Talks With A Fox Podcast for Part 1 of the final episode of the Author Series in conversation with notable author and storyteller, Richard Van Camp. Richard is a proud Tlicho Dene from Fort Smith, NWT. He is the author of 26 books in just about every genre and his novel, The Lesser Blessed, is now a feature film with First Generation Films. He…
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In this episode I talk with Tchadas Leo, who is from the Homalco First Nation, in Campbell River, Vancouver Island where he grew up. Tchadas Leo is the host of the podcast, Our Native Land, where he shares stories from his life, interviews guests, and shares weekly Indigenous news stories. At 12 years old Tchadas started working part time as an app…
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Jill Featherstone is a mother of 5 and step-mom to 3. She is a wife, a grandmother, a university instructor, and now an author. For the first half of her career, Jill taught middle school. Then in 2011 after obtaining her Master’s degree Jill went on to become a University Instructor teaching in the bachelor of education program for University Coll…
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Join me in conversation with Helen Knott, super talented author of In My Own Moccasins: A Memoir of Resilience, as we reflect on her inspirational journey through writing, healing, family, and advocacy. Helen is a Dane Zaa, Cree, and mixed Euro-descent woman from Prophet River First Nations. She has her Bachelor’s in Social Work. She has worked pri…
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Join me in conversation with Helen Knott, super talented author of In My Own Moccasins: A Memoir of Resilience, as we reflect on her inspirational journey through writing, healing, family, and advocacy. Helen is a Dane Zaa, Cree, and mixed Euro-descent woman from Prophet River First Nations. She has her Bachelor’s in Social Work. She has worked pri…
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For the second episode in the Author Series, Andrea gets to have a conversation with her dad, Gordon! In this episode you will get to hear some of Gordon's stories as he shares many memorable moments from his journey. Gordon A. Fox is a proud member of the Blood Tribe, where he has resided for most of his life. He is an Elder, husband, father, gran…
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In this episode we hear from Elaine Alec who is the first author to be featured in our Author Series. Read on to learn about Elaine’s background and tune in to listen to her powerful story. I am incredibly honoured to have this conversation with Elaine Alec - a strong, courageous and beautiful spirit! Elaine Alec is from the Syilx (Okanagan) Nation…
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In this episode we hear from Elaine Alec who is the first author to be featured in our Author Series. Read on to learn about Elaine’s background and tune in to listen to her powerful story. I am incredibly honoured to have this conversation with Elaine Alec - a strong, courageous and beautiful spirit! Elaine Alec is from the Syilx (Okanagan) Nation…
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For our Love Series Finale, I had a fantastic time talking to Desiree and Shelby who are truly kindred spirits, and whose love for each other complements their union. Desiree, who you met in Season 1 returns with her other half to share their love story and all the things that make it sweet! Desiree Morrisseau Keesick is anishinaabe, born and raise…
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This episode introduces us to the love birds behind Diary of Two Teachers, India and William Garcia-Morel. They take us through their journey as best friends and share their wisdom in parenting, as well as the everyday stuff that makes their union beautiful and unique. India has been a K-6 public school teacher for the past 10 years, and Will is in…
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In this episode we welcome Guy and Stephen, who we are excited to feature in our Love Series. Guy Robert Morin is of Cree descent and a member of the Enoch Cree Nation, west of Edmonton, Alberta. Guy is a graduate of the University of Alberta where he earned his Bachelor of Education degree. He went on to earn his Masters in Education from Gonzaga …
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In this episode, we welcome Tillie and Jesse, who are the first couple we feature in our Love Series. Read on to learn more about who Tillie and Jesse are, and tune in to hear their beautiful love story. Oki, my name is Tillie Torpey. I am an enrolled member of the Coeur d’Alene Tribe and also a descendent of the Navajo and Rocky Boy Cree tribes. I…
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Tune into Talks With A Fox Podcast as host Andrea True Joy Fox & guest co-host Blackfoot Scientist, Corey Gray talk all things fun & fascinating including what’s ahead for Season 2 and much more! • If this episode made you smile + reflect + relate + reimagine, please share it with your social media circle so that others can enjoy this beautiful sto…
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In this episode, Andrea reflects on all her incredible guests from Season 1 and shares what she has learned from them. Tune in to hear some valuable life lessons that will help you start off your new year with a wealth of knowledge, a positive mindset and a new excitement for 2021! Featuring the teachings of: - Joy SpearChief-Morris, Champion Athle…
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Sunshine Tenasco is a First Nations mommy of four funny kids from Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg. She is a social entrepreneur and author who believes that business is an exciting place where people can create positive change. Sunshine launched Her Braids in 2015, which is a business that aims to create awareness about the issues of clean drinking water …
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In this episode Lynn-Marie Angus co-owner of Sisters Sage, shares her inspirational story of starting and running a successful business with her sister Melissa. Sisters Sage is a unique brand that creates many beautiful products that are culturally connected and handcrafted by two talented Indigenous women from the Gitxaala, Nisga'a, and Metis Nati…
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In this episode, Andrea shares what she learned as a post-secondary student throughout her journey in university. From these experiences she developed important skills that helped her build confidence and helped her to navigate successfully in university and in other areas of life. To connect with Talks With A Fox Podcast Community and Online Store…
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Desiree Morrisseau-Keesick is an Anishinaabe woman born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Her maternal family comes from Crane River, MB and her paternal family comes from Grassy Narrows First Nation in Ontario. She has been running her business, Makeupbydcmk, as a freelance makeup artist for the past six years. She also works at the University of …
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In this episode, I address some of the issues that impact many Indigenous students attending education systems off the reserves and I talk about certain factors that either support or hinder Indigenous students. As a Blackfoot teacher, I share my experiences, and my knowledge on these important matters that affect Indigenous people in these educati…
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Mya Beaudry is the creator of successful and highly creative business Kokom Scrunchies! Mya is Algonquin from Kitigan Zibi, and she is currently in grade 4. Mya loves her culture and has been dancing at pow wows since she could walk. She has thought herself how to dance jingle, fancy shawl, hoop and traditional. In this super fun and inspirational …
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In this episode, Andrea shares her reflections and perspectives on the importance of October 4th - the day when Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls are honoured and remembered. Andrea also talks about the importance of celebrating Indigenous cultures and histories and how designated days such as Indigenous People's Day creates opportuni…
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Macyn Morning Bull's Blackfoot name is “Istiniimaki” and she comes from the Piikani First Nation. She exemplifies the strength, resilience, and connection to her culture that Indigenous women in leadership embody. Macyn started her leadership journey at a young age and has continued to achieve her goals in academics and athletics. Macyn has been ho…
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In honour of Orange Shirt Day, I dedicate this episode to all Residential School Survivors. In this episode I share my perspective as a Blackfoot woman and teacher on the history of Residential Schools and the intergenerational impact it has had on Indigenous people in Canada. I also share stories from my own experiences attending colonial schools …
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Julia Rose Sutherland is a multidisciplinary artist whose work explores the trauma and social issues associated with her aboriginal roots as a Mi'kmaq woman of the Metepenagiag Nation of Canada. She is addressing the systems of commodification, representation, worth, as well as the identity politics surrounding Indigenous Peoples of North America. …
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Sîpîysis, meaning little river in nehiyawewin (Cree), is Brooks Arcand-Paul’s traditional name. Brooks Arcand-Paul is the Vice President of the Indigenous Bar Association of Canada, and he is from Alexander First Nation in Treaty Six Territory, where he grew up. In this conversation, we discuss how his vision for creating change and dismantling sys…
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Corey Gray is a member of the Siksika Nation (Northern Blackfoot tribe of Alberta) and Scottish. He is a Scientist, Gravitational Wave Detector Operator, backpacker, salsa dancer, traveler, and a curious soul who has brought forward a newfound excitement for the world of science as he shares connections between physics and the Blackfoot language. C…
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Verna Volker, is from the Navajo Nation who overcame many obstacles in her life with an attitude that anyone can overcome life's challenges and how important it is to move our bodies. Verna is a mother, a wife, a teacher, an Ultramarathon runner and the founder of Native Women Running, an organization that encourages and features Native women runne…
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Aspen Matis is the author of Your Blue Is Not My Blue: A Missing Person Memoir (Little A, June 2020), a #1 Amazon bestseller in memoirs. Aspen, who has been published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Tin House, Psychology Today, Salon and Marie Claire, is also the author of critically acclaimed memoir Girl in the Woods, published by Harper Coll…
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Brandi Morin is an award-winning French/Cree/Iroquois journalist from Treaty 6, AB, Canada. For the last ten years, Brandi has specialized in sharing Indigenous stories through her career in journalism. Brandi's voice as a journalist has contributed to reconciliation in Canada’s political, cultural and social environments. Brandi's most notable wor…
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Francine Cunningham, a Cree, Metis writer, artist and educator discusses how her journey of self-discovery and family histories have influenced her work. Her most recent book, on/me, (Caitlin Press, 2019) is telling of Francine's life that has collected many beautiful, challenging and rich experiences as an Indigenous woman that she has encountered…
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Francine Cunningham, a Cree, Metis writer, artist and educator discusses how her journey of self-discovery and family histories have influenced her work. Her most recent book, on/me, (Caitlin Press, 2019) is telling of Francine's life that has collected many beautiful, challenging and rich experiences as an Indigenous woman that she has encountered…
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Angelica Chrysler a Lenape & Mohawk First Nations and Native Mexican woman combines her gift of making others feel beautiful inside and out through her creative talents as a successful Hair and Makeup Artist and entrepreneur. As a business owner and with the many goals she has already achieved, Angelica prioritizes her most important role as a moth…
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Author of Your Best Decade and wellness educator Ryan Fahey shares his life lessons and skills that inspires us to live with intention. Ryan shares his experiences as a teacher who has travelled throughout the world and how these experiences have deepened his world views as a lifelong learner who honours his humble beginnings and prioritizes wellne…
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Author of Your Best Decade and wellness educator Ryan Fahey shares his life lessons and skills that inspires us to live with intention. Ryan shares his experiences as a teacher who has travelled throughout the world and how these experiences have deepened his world views as a lifelong learner who honours his humble beginnings and prioritizes wellne…
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Rilee ManyBears "Running Buffalo - Iinomaahka" is a long distance runner from the Siksika Nation, part of the Blackfoot Confederacy, shares his story of true resilience, and how he overcame many obstacles in his life. Strong-minded, determined and wise beyond his years - Rilee is a Blackfoot leader who is making choices everyday that align with his…
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Joy SpearChief-Morris, an Indigenous Black Canadian from the Blood Tribe, who is an inspirational and multifaceted leader in academia and elite athletics, discusses her journey in these realms. While Joy has earned many awards for her successes in athletics such as the Top Graduating Female Athlete of The Year at Western University, she has also br…
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