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A Halfbreed's Reasoning

A Halfbreed's Reasoning is a collection of thoughts, ponderings, and musings on Indigenous politics and miscellaneous happenings through the eyes of a twenty-something Métis woman.

Blog - A Halfbreed's Reasoning June 9
Photograph of students from Fort Albany Residential School reading in class
Samantha Nock | I am proud of Metis survivors who told their stories and reached out through the Truth Commission process. But I feel for myself, for my family, for our communities, we are not healed.
Blog - A Halfbreed's Reasoning June 1
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Samantha Nock | Understanding the constant crossing of boundaries Indigenous peoples face in everyday interactions.
Blog - A Halfbreed's Reasoning November 26
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Samantha Nock | Rethinking what it means to stand in solidarity during Indigenous political activist movements.
Blog - A Halfbreed's Reasoning October 22
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Samantha Nock | The importance of Indigenous women's radical self-love as a key factor in decolonization.
Blog - A Halfbreed's Reasoning September 5
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Samantha Nock | We need to begin witnessing the stories of Indigenous women, instead of writing their stories for them.
Blog - A Halfbreed's Reasoning August 20
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Samantha Nock | Adapted from a presentation which took place at the 2014 F Word Conference, an annual feminist academic conference held at UBC on the unceded, traditional and ancestral lands of the Musqueam People.