Heartberry Podcast

This Is My Normal

August 07, 2020 Shanna & Yotakahron Season 1 Episode 10
Heartberry Podcast
This Is My Normal
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Heartberry Podcast
This Is My Normal
Aug 07, 2020 Season 1 Episode 10
Shanna & Yotakahron

This episode is sponsored by the Indigenous Education Network at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ien/). Chi-Miigwech, Niawen'ko:wa!

In this episode, Shanna and Yotakahron do their first interview together, with the incredible Jennifer Sylvester. Jennifer is an Anishnaabe Kwe who is entering her second year as a Ph.D. student in Social Justice Education at the University of Toronto – Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE). She is an advocate for Indigenous social issues, but more importantly, equity, protection and inclusion of Indigenous women. She is also a single parent to a 14-year-old young man.

In between the healing shared laughter of Indigenous women, they exchange post-secondary stories (one that includes Bob Rae) and discuss how we can better support mature students.

You can find more information about Heartberry Podcast at their website: www.heartberrypodcast.com and be sure to check them out on Twitter at @heartberrypod and Instagram at @heartberrypodcast! If you want to email them, they can be reached at [email protected]

Original artwork by Shanna Peltier
Mixing by Liam Taylor

Show Notes

This episode is sponsored by the Indigenous Education Network at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ien/). Chi-Miigwech, Niawen'ko:wa!

In this episode, Shanna and Yotakahron do their first interview together, with the incredible Jennifer Sylvester. Jennifer is an Anishnaabe Kwe who is entering her second year as a Ph.D. student in Social Justice Education at the University of Toronto – Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE). She is an advocate for Indigenous social issues, but more importantly, equity, protection and inclusion of Indigenous women. She is also a single parent to a 14-year-old young man.

In between the healing shared laughter of Indigenous women, they exchange post-secondary stories (one that includes Bob Rae) and discuss how we can better support mature students.

You can find more information about Heartberry Podcast at their website: www.heartberrypodcast.com and be sure to check them out on Twitter at @heartberrypod and Instagram at @heartberrypodcast! If you want to email them, they can be reached at [email protected]

Original artwork by Shanna Peltier
Mixing by Liam Taylor