Talk’n Bout New York Podcast

Two Indians take a road trip to New York City from Six Nations territory and reflect on how the city has affected them as Indigenous people, as artists, as reluctant tourists, and as purveyors of images and experiences.

Janet Rogers (Mohawk/Tuscarora), Wes Day (Anishanabe)
Canada | 2019 | 21 min | Audio Documentary

Janet Rogers began working as a visual artist, she began writing in 1996.  She now lives on the Six Nations reserve where she is initiating a book press Ojistah Publishing and a Six Nations Inaugural Literary Award.

Wes Day is an Ojibway multi-media artist from Serpent River First Nation. He graduated from Canadore College in North Bay Ontario for Television Broadcasting and Video Production. His first film ‘Zombie Pus’ was programmed at imagineNATIVE in 2009.
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