What would it mean to live in a modern Mi'kma'ki?
The Modern Mi’kma’ki Podcast explores what it means for L’nu’k to walk and work and live and laugh in the complex world of today. Mi’kmaw writers shalan joudry, Trina Roache, and Rebecca Thomas untangle a colonial history, wrestle with cultural teachings, and ask the big questions. How do we honour our ancestors? How do we all live as Treaty People? What does netukulimk really mean when you buy your food at the grocery store? Humour, joy, grief and reclamation. Join this ongoing conversation.
Exploring a modern Mi'kma'ki
This four-part podcast starts with a live recording on Monday, October 23 at 7pm. Join us in Paul O’Regan Hall at Halifax Central Library as we begin to build a modern Mi’kma’ki together.
Monday October 23, 7pm. Doors at 6:30
Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library. Free, but register in advance.
Art by Jordan Bennett “A Modern Mi’kma’ki” 2023
This podcast is produced by AfterWords Literary Festival, and is presented by ABO Wind, with support from the Halifax Central Library and the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture, Tourism, and Heritage.