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  • Jonathan Taggart

    Jonathan Taggart

    Jonathan Taggart is a Vancouver-based photojournalist and a founding member of the Boreal Collective, a Canadian assemblage of documentary photographers.  His work currently focuses on raising awareness of the challenges facing British Columbia’s Indigenous populations, both urban and rural. His April 2009 photo essay in Briarpatch, “Salt & Earth,” was nominated for a National Magazine Award in Photojournalism.

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  • Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers

    Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers

    Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers is an emerging filmmaker, actor, writer, and activist. Elle-Máijá is a graduate of Vancouver Film School’s acting program, and recently completed her bachelor’s degree in First Nations Studies at the University of British Columbia.

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  • Doug Taylor

    Doug Taylor

    Doug Taylor is a retired communications officer with the Saskatchewan Government and General Employees’ Union. He is collaborating with Lorne Brown on a book commemorating the 50th anniversary of medicare in Saskatchewan. Doug also blogs at medicare50years.blogspot.com.

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  • Carrie Terbasket

    Carrie Terbasket

    Carrie Terbasket is a Similkameen woman who secretly creates poetry and visual art through her connection with water.  She is a student at the University of British Columbia Okanagan and hopes to continue to write about the power of Indigenous Creativity and its most sacred carrier - water.

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  • G. T

    G. T

    G.T. is a Chicago-based freelance writer and editor and a contributor to the Feminist Review blog. Her writing has appeared in Travelmag and Long Story Short, and her poetry has been featured in Sol Magazine.

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  • Justine Townsend

    Justine Townsend

    Justine Townsend spent the last two summers living on Haida Gwaii where she conducted her Masters research focusing on Haida perspectives in land-use planning.

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  • Jerome Turner

    Jerome Turner

    Jerome Turner is an award-winning journalist of Gitxsan descent, raised by grandparents who were both Hereditary Chiefs. He aims to share stories that help connect communities, with the goal of building a better landscape of ideas.

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