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Co-created by Tenille K. Campbell and Joi T. Arcand, tea&bannock is a collective blog featuring work by a group of Indigenous women photographers, currently nine members, who live all across Canada. Some of the most recent photo essays discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Indigenous people. For example, "Papa's Girl," posted May 18, 2020 by Tenille Campbell, examines the relationship between her daughter and her father and other family members, in light of their being separated due to the pandemic. Another example is Leslee Merasty's May 12,2020 post "the slow down" about returning with her daughter to her family home in Edmonton when unable to find work or daycare during the pandemic. There are also posts by guest bloggers, like a recent entry titled "Medicine and Magic" by Tiffany Wolfe, a Navajo/Ogalala Lakota artist. In addition to viewing posts by recency on the Home page, readers can scroll to the bottom of the page to filter posts by category or archived month (from 2016 to present).
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July 10th, 2020
Date Of Record Creation
July 1st, 2020 at 12:55pm
Date Of Record Release
July 7th, 2020 at 6:49am
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