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
‘When shall we three meet again // In thunder, lightning, or in rain?’ Choose a line from a book – you can grab the nearest one and flip it open to a page, or pick an old favourite you’ve memorised… Whatever grabs your attention; whatever intrigues. Use it as the opening sentence for today’s journal entry… Read More when shall we three meet again? // #TheIsolationJournals
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.
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
A hyperbolic and poetic celebration of the indefinability of the self is followed by a more metric-based exploration of confidence.… Read More you are your own storm // poetry Tuesday + reflections on confidence
This is the first year of being in St Andrews that I’ve really begun to grow curious about Fife. I’ve always been curious about the Highlands and the rest of Scotland; I’ve made it a point to explore. But for some reason I’ve neglected following the edges of the sea or leaving the town but not the Fife sky.
… Read More on the openness of sea and sky