Men’s Banner Meets S.T.A.B.

On March 16, I gave a small presentation at the lovely Randall Library in Stow, MA.  Chris the librarian invited me to talk about the Men’s Banner Project with the Stow Teen Advisory Board nicknamed STAB.  They were the most enthusiastic high schoolers I’ve met in a long time. One girl at the end of my talk said…

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Folk-ing Around

I received lots of support following my last post about the Winnipeg Folk Festival.  Writing about my experience was difficult and had me reliving my emotional trauma. But, it opened dialogue for me with friends and acquaintances that have had similar experiences but no place to address them.   Right now I want to acknowledge…

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Violent Encounter at the Winnipeg Folk Festival

For the past six months I haven’t been comfortable with writing this blog. I’ve been posting occasionally, sharing information but I’ve left out most of my experiences this last half year.  Documenting my personal experience from doing the Men’s Banner Project is really hard. That sucks because that’s the main goal of this blog.  Since the…

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Winnipeg Folk Festival 2011

July was a fantastic and busy month for me.  The Men’s Banner Project was one of the Winnipeg Folk Festival’s Campground Art and Animation projects. I created and exhibited a Men’s Banner, a process that took place throughout the five days of the festival.  I love folk fest and have been going every summer for…

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Adrienne Wilkinson at Comic Con

Saturday afternoon actor and producer Adrienne Wilkinson visited the Men’s Banner Project table. She was interested in putting her hand on the banner. I explained participating in making the banner was just for men but I appreciated the support.  She graciously posed for a photo with me.  Adrienne Wilkinson and myself

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Indigenous Sovereignty Week

Winnipeg’s Second Indigenous Sovereignty Week 2010: resistance and revival  November 20 to 27, 2010 The purpose of this week is to build local relationships between groups and individuals, disseminate ideas of Indigenism, and generally, contribute to building a cross-Canada movement for Indigenous rights, self-determination, and justice that is led by Indigenous communities but with a broad base of informed support. Many fantastic…

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