WE CALL YOU TO WITNESS

 

VANESSA Campbell
OTHER SIGHTS

0:00
xʷəy̓əne:msta:m čxʷ tə…

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Jen Weih

0:05-1:32

[podcast introduction]

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1:35
Jen Weih θəlθalχəma:t xʷəy̓əne:msta:m čxʷ tə…

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Vanessa Campbell

1:42
θəlθalχəma:t xʷəy̓əne:msta:m čxʷ tə…

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Vanessa Campbell

1:58
si:y̓em̓ nə siyéy̓ə, q̓əlasəltən k̓ʷə nə skʷix…

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Mack Paul

2:41

I guess histories are always simplified…

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Carol Sawyer, SESSION 5

3:16
sχʷəy̓em̓

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Lawrence Guerin

3:38

Accountability is a really important word in all of this, as is reciprocity…

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Coll Thrush, Phase II, Session 2

5:55

We need to do our own work, and not got to Musqueam and say “Please tell me.”…

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Coll Thrush, Phase II, Session 2

5:50

David Garneau talks about irreconcilable spaces of Indigeneity…

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Coll Thrush, Phase II, Session 2

7:03

Now there is a white curtain there, basically saying guess what, you don’t get to see this…

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Coll Thrush, Phase II, Session 2

8:08

A synonym for reconciliation is to pacify…

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Bracken Hanuse Corlett, Session 6

8:58

I feel like sometimes its expected of us to continually educate …

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Bracken Hanuse Corlett, Session 6

9:47

I don’t acknowledge the Canadian state as having any hold over me…

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Bracken Hanuse Corlett, Session 6

10:41

We really don’t talk about tides much in the west…

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Kristina Lee Podesva, Session 16

13:18

I want to propose that what we live in is a very yang dominated society…

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Kristina Lee Podesva, Session 16

12:10

In many cultures there is a linkage between tides and human life …

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Kristina Lee Podesva, Session 16

13:18

We need to get a little tide knowledge…

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Kristina Lee Podesva, Session 16

16:16
si:y̓em̓ nə siyéy̓ə, Lawrence k̓ʷə nə skʷix…

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Lawrence Guerin

16:27

My name is Lawrence and I am from Musqueam, and I’ve worked with Musqueam for…

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Lawrence Guerin

17:22

For our people, in the past, the tides were not only of significance, they were a way of life…

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Lawrence Guerin

19:01

We have tidal influences right where we live not only from the sea but also from further up river…

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Lawrence Guerin

21:19

It was said by our old people that when the tide is out that the table is set…

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Lawrence Guerin

21:49

Where the figure meets the ground…

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Kristina Lee Podesva, Response to The Foreshore

27:20
si:y̓em̓ nə siyéy̓ə, ʔəy̓ tə nə šxʷqʷeləwən…

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Courtenay Gibson

27:38

My name is Courtney Gibson and I’m from the Musqueam community…

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Courtenay Gibson

28:34

Over the past two years I’ve been taking the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ language course…

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Courtenay Gibson

29:42

One of the things that I didn’t realize would happen…

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Courtney Gibson

30:43

One of the words we use in correlation to ‘thank you’…

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Courtenay Gibson

33:32

One of the issues we face as a community is not having fluent speakers around us…

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Courtenay Gibson

35:36

I started to make a book about her and hunting…

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Courtenay Gibson

36:50

My sister is starting the first year language program…

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Courtenay Gibson

37:34

My gramma often won’t share a lot of history…

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Courtenay Gibson

38:14

An important moment for me at a family dinner is when she started…

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Courtenay Gibson

39:44

That connection between my grandma and her great granddaughter is one of the most meaningful things about learning the language…

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Courtenay Gibson

41:21

It’s a beautiful language that gives context to the world around you in a way that’s really specific to who we are as Musqueam…

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Courtenay Gibson

41:54

As witness..

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Jen Weih

44:09

It’s timbre and tones and texture, so distinct from english, the colonizing language…

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Jen Weih

46:10

The social fabric was another target of the residential school project…

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Jen Weih

47:04
niʔ cən ɬq̓il̕təm (ʔə) nə siyéy̓ə k̓ʷəns hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓qən…

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Megan Harkey