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Indigenous journalists talk about the past, present and future of journalism

Indigenous journalists do the job differently, and they always have. That's what Tristan Ahtone, Simon Moya-Smith, Angela Sterritt, Candis Callison and Julian Noisecat told National Observer's Emilee Gilpin when she asked about their experiences in the industry and their predictions for the future of a steadily shifting media landscape in North America. Here's what they had to say.

In conversation with Kanahus Manuel — a woman of many names

Kanahus Manuel has been called many names - a political activist, a pipeline protestor, a tiny house warrior, a freedom fighter, a birth keeper, a land and water defender. But Manuel, also a granddaughter, daughter and sister, identifies herself first and foremost as a mother.

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