Op-eds

From white racism to the Red Road

Relationships are the key to all teachings. Traditional teachings had led me to a place where I now embrace my past. I am able to embrace the child abuse and the systemic neglect I experienced as homeless youth on the downtown eastside of Vancouver.

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Introducing our newest writer, Paula Hill

Two Row Times would like to take a moment to introduce one of our newest writers, Paula Hill. Paula is Cayuga nation, wolf clan and a band member of Six Nations. Her education has included Indigenous Addictions Services Worker, Law Clerk training, and Public Administration and Governance.

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Dear Editor,
These are my personal feelings, which came to heart after I read [Gitz Crazyboy’s] “I Wish I Was White.”
I sometimes wish I was not White, not because I feel other Peoples are exalted in stature, but rather because my People, to me personally, make me feel diminished.

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