Fox Signals Blog
This is where I share my latest projects and thoughts!
On a cold winter morning, I’m on the phone with Mary Bell, my great auntie, a knowledge-keeper and a residential-school survivor. She’s practically a grandmother to me. I’m calling her 800 kilometres away from Toronto. I know she’s sitting on her rocker in Goulais...
For Sarain Fox, dating another Indigenous person was important to her. "I grew up in an extremely politically active family. I was raised by a single mom who really worked hard to reclaim our traditional knowledge so that I would grow up in my own culture, which is...
I am an Indigenous woman, and I’m a survivor of genocide. Reading the results of the National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls final report and recommendations hit me like a gut punch. Perhaps it hit me differently than it hit you. One of...