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A Love Letter to Her People

A Love Letter to Her People

July 26, 2021

Ginny's deep commitment to  her Anglican faith and to the self determining Indigenous Anglican Church is explored.  Features interviews with Archbishop Mark MacDonald and Donna Bomberry.

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The Pain of Racism

The Pain of Racism

July 19, 2021

This episode is an exploration of the deep and abiding racism towards Indigenous Peoples in Canada and Ginny's tireless work to change hearts, minds and attitudes.

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The Good Mind

The Good Mind

July 12, 2021

When Ginny Doctor taught about the Good Mind, it was about finding balance within ourselves and in our lives. Part of that balance is our connection to the Land, which is key to the health and wellness of the First Peoples.

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Let Me Tell You A Story…

Let Me Tell You A Story…

July 5, 2021

Ginny was an accomplished and innovative writer.  Her stories and poems about growing up in a traditional Mohawk family transport us to a different world.  Ginny wrote parables that reflect her traditional Mohawk values and the teachings of her family, community and ancestors.

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All About Music

All About Music

June 28, 2021
Ginny Doctor believed in the healing power of music. Whether to lift the Spirit or reclaim the Spirit, for Ginny it began and ended with music, and she spent a lifetime sharing this gift with the world.
 
This episode contains themes of Suicide that may be harmful or triggering to some audiences. If you, or someone you know is struggling mentally or physically, please contact The Canada Suicide Prevention Service at 833-456-4566 or send a text to 45645.
Ginny Doctor

Ginny Doctor

June 21, 2021

Sacred Teachings: The Season Of Ginny is the seventh season of the series. The very recent loss of the Executive Producer and heart and soul of the Sacred Teachings series has had a huge impact on our team. Ginny Doctor was a dear friend and highly respected colleague.

More than that, Ginny was an important figure in the world of Indigenous advocacy and human rights. A lifetime of battling for justice may cause some people to be bitter or cynical - not Ginny. She fought the fight to her last breath on this earth - but she fought with humour, wisdom, gratitude, and respect.

This season of 8 podcasts will explore her work fighting racism, battling the pandemic of suicide in Indigenous communities, and helping to blaze a trail of self-determination for the Indigenous Anglican Church. We will hear about her writing and poetry and peek into the very soul of this deeply artistic and spiritual Mohawk woman. Ginny was a blessing to all she encountered, and we hope that this season will be a blessing to you.

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In the first episode of Season 7, we are introduced to Ginny Doctor.  Those who knew her will smile and reminisce and maybe shed a tear, those who didn't know her will become acquainted with this strong, proud, brilliant Mohawk woman, and with the lifetime of work and advocacy that is now her legacy.  Be inspired as we start The Season of Ginny.

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You Are Original

You Are Original

March 15, 2021

You Are Original, features an interview with Mira Martin, from the Maori Anglican Church of New Zealand. This episode wraps up season six about suicide prevention in Indigenous Communities. The responsibility for this devastating pandemic rests with all of us. We must all do our part to fight for justice and healing to save lives.

 

Thank you for listening to this season of Sacred Teachings. We value your continued support and invite you to go back and listen to previous seasons and episodes. Please reach out to us on our social media platforms if you have any questions about the podcast. We’ll see you soon.

 

This season contains themes of Suicide that may be harmful or triggering to some audiences. If you, or someone you know is struggling mentally or physically, please contact The Canada Suicide Prevention Service at 833-456-4566 or send a text to 45645.

 

The Power of Music

The Power of Music

March 8, 2021

How grassroots community-based music camps can make a world of difference.

This season contains themes of Suicide that may be harmful or triggering to some audiences. If you, or someone you know is struggling mentally or physically, please contact The Canada Suicide Prevention Service at 833-456-4566 or send a text to 45645.

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The Best Place

The Best Place

March 1, 2021

Peter Downie visits Alaska to learn about the power of listening from the Rev Anna Frank.

This season contains themes of Suicide that may be harmful or triggering to some audiences. If you, or someone you know is struggling mentally or physically, please contact The Canada Suicide Prevention Service at 833-456-4566 or send a text to 45645.

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The Toll It Takes

The Toll It Takes

February 22, 2021

Having lost her brother to suicide, Judith Moses reflects on the aftermath and the toll it takes on the family and community.

This season contains themes of Suicide that may be harmful or triggering to some audiences. If you, or someone you know is struggling mentally or physically, please contact The Canada Suicide Prevention Service at 833-456-4566 or send a text to 45645.

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