Indigenous Perspectives: Stories from Indigenous Public Servants
The ESDC Indigenous Perspectives podcasts explore being Indigenous in the Public Service, what reconciliation is for individuals, and what it can be for Canada. In their own words, public servants give voice to diverse experiences - and struggles - around what it means to be Indigenous.
“It’s kind of mind-boggling that a country that I cherish so much as a Canadian, I feel like we’re such a good country. And you know I struggle with that now, I struggle with my Canadianness, and what that really means to me now.”
In this episode, public servants share their thoughts and feelings on what reconciliation means to them.
Duration: 40:05 Minutes
“Public servants have an opportunity to recognize the history of Indigenous people in Canada and to build that knowledge and respect into the work they do.”
In this episode, public servants answer the question: What is it about you, your community or your culture that you want others to know?
Duration: 37:39 Minutes
“It was easy to make the shift from being the advisor to the chair and travelling with him and such, to what I do now, because I feel that what I'm doing now is as important as what I tried to do with Justice Sinclair, which is to continue to turn the lights on Reconciliation.”
In this episode, public servants share their thoughts and feelings on their past, our collective past, and the path forward.
Duration: 20:23 Minutes
"I'm still kind of looking in. I partake in some of the ceremonies and things like that, but I still don't quite feel... I'm not in that culture yet. I'm not part of... like it's mine. And I think maybe that might be one of the things I'm kind of regretful about. About having no culture."
In this episode, public servants share their thoughts and feelings about their path of cultural self-discovery.
Duration: 27:29 Minutes
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