tawāw nitotēmak, Honey Constant nitisīyikasо̄n, nēhiyaw-iskwēw о̄ma niya. Welcome friends, my name is Honey Constant. I am a Plains Cree woman from Sturgeon Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada. I am a woman of the Great Plains and I think one of the biggest misconceptions of the prairies is that there is nothing but flat… Read More Where the Prairie Meets the Sky: nēhiyaw-iskwēw о̄ma niya
To introduce myself in Cree was a big step for me and, in some way, I felt like an impostor. But I know a lot of us are struggling to learn our language or reconnect to culture.… Read More wāhkōhtowin: I am a Plains Cree woman, and I want to speak Cree.
Honey Constant talks beading, indigenous archaeology, and sharing her voice with others.… Read More An Interview with Honey Constant: Plains Cree Archaeologist, Plains Cree Maker
I hope to see you at the Instagram live #spreadlovenotcorona festival tomorrow night. … Read More this week’s festival + awesome anthropology resources
Liz Ndindi decided to bring the sport she loved to more Kenyans of African descent. Here’s a snapshot of her journey.… Read More cliffs, community, and breaking down barriers: Climbing Life Kenya’s Liz Ndindi shares her love of new heights
What would you tell your nineteen-year-old self?… Read More your nineteen-year-old self
in a time of pandemic and social isolation, we need the mountains–and what they represent–more than ever.… Read More why the mountains matter as much as ever: reflections on backyard summits and Scottish hills
Here’s the IG live festival for you all. Hope to see you there!… Read More IG Live Festival: Movement
I’m incredibly proud to be sharing an interview with Meg Hyland, creator of Women of 1000. Her project explores the lives of women around the world from over a thousand years ago. This project challenges many mainstream ideas about women in history and showcases stories many of us have never heard before.… Read More Women of 1000: exploring the art and research of Meg Hyland
Is it about the foreground, the background, or the ground? Where does our word “landscape” come from? And what’s the deal with plastic mulch, guys?… Read More what the hell even is landscape, anyway?