ANNOUNCING: Seeking Mino-Bimaadiziwin Show/Workshop Series

Ryan McMahon (Anishinaabe/Métis) presents the "Seeking Mino-Bimaadiziwin" workshop & comedy show series - now being booked for the Fall of 2015. Seeking Mino-Bimaadiziwin (meaning "seeking the good life" in Anishinaabemowin) is designed to address the intergeneration effects of Residential School, the ongoing effects of colonialism & the loss of cultural systems in our communities.

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Indigenous People’s Stories Need More Than Just Leonardo DiCaprio’s Speech

Representations in Hollywood, or independent media alike, matter. Hollywood give us the same old same old -- Native actors get to play Native characters. And by Native, I mean horse back Native, not Doctor or Lawyer Native. Just the “Old Timee Kind” of Native. When will this change?

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Ryan McMahon Workshops - Youth Leadership & Empowerment Through The Arts

I often speak candidly about the fact that Art, more specifically Theatre, saved my life. It gave me a place to rest my worries, it gave me skills to communicate & learn about trusting others, it gave me a place to be myself. The key to Empowerment & Leadership in Youth Communities is ensuring Youth are being heard and are given the space to be themselves. In the Leadership & Empowerment Workshop Series that I deliver this is where we begin - communication & trust.

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ANNOUNCING: Red Man Laughing is Coming To CBC Radio 1!

Did you hear - the Red Man Laughing Podcast is coming to CBC Radio (and possibly TV)! Join Ryan McMahon on Friday January 31st & Saturday February 1st, 2014 in Edmonton, AB at the Capital Theatre in Fort Edmonton Park as we tape a one hour National radio special to air on CBC Radio One. Come out for a night of comedy, music & interviews with some of Indian Country's most exciting think'ers and do'ers!

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