First and foremost, we’re grateful to the people who shared their stories with us, and those who assisted us on our reporting journeys into Indigenous communities:
Amy Victor, Paula Potter, Jerry Adams, Esther Northey, Kathy Moody, Hugh Brodie, Ernie Crey, Alex Harry, Annie Ross, Candis Callison, Darwin Hanna, Debra Martel, Fred Henry, Harlan Pruden, Kat Norris, Kim Tallbear, Lorelei Williams, Noelle and Ray Natraoro, Peter Mothe, Rodney Little Mustache, Sandy-Leo Laframboise, Sarah Hunt, Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, Telyn Kusalik, Cheyenne Hood, iris yong-pearson, Nicholas George, Kalila George, Lexus George, Luke Thomas, Mattias Boon, Andrew Van Eden, Jiovanni Beltran, Selina Beltran, Michelle George, Victor Guerin, Sarah Thomas, Angela George, Nora Hanuse, Lorelei Hawkins, Shelly Johnson, and Clara John.
We also wish to honour the many people without whom the Reporting in Indigenous Communities course would not have been possible:
Our Guest Speakers
Glen Coulthard – Professor (Political Science) – University of British Columbia
Debra Martel – Associate Director – University of British Columbia First Nations House of Learning
Ernie Crey – Chief – Cheam First Nation
Sarah Hunt – Professor (Geography/First Nations and Indigenous Studies) – University of British Columbia
John Lehmann – Visual Journalist – Globe and Mail
Liv Inger Somby – NRK Sapmi (Norway)
Michelle Alexandrovics Lovegrove – SBS/NITV (Australia)
Sto:lo Tribal Council
Tsawwassen First Nation
Wayne Williams, Margaret Gallagher, and Shiral Tobin – CBC Vancouver. And to Cate Friesen – CBC Aboriginal.
Last but not least…
All of our friends, family and the Faculty and Staff at the UBC Graduate School of Journalism.