Every week One Dish, One Mic reveals Indigenous histories that have been largely hidden from public view and, therefore, rarely incorporated into civic understanding of contemporary issues. In so doing they’ve opened a window into a bright, active, diverse, and dynamic Indigenous world that often exists on the fringe, as an invisible dimension unperceived by the majority in society. Their earnest and entertaining work, advancing dialogue while challenging established viewpoints, has been recognized and honored by the Canadian Journalism Foundation, which awarded them a CJF-CBC Indigenous Journalism Fellowship. The work that they are doing supports reconciliation by reaffirming and polishing the Covenant Chain between all peoples who contributed to the defense and founding of our shared reality, part of which includes a country called Canada.
Program Block 1 on Saturday 12 Sept 2-6pm
Program Block 2 on Sunday 13 Sept 10am-12nn