We are honoured and grateful to work and live on the Traditional and unceded Territories of the Ts'msyen People, particularly the Kitsumkalum and Kitselas Nations.
Ap luk'wil t'oya̱xsut 'nüün.
About our Projects
a cooperative digital platform and store for local creators, makers, artists and those who sometimes feel like Rabble in their own communities. With eight contributors, some choose to contribute privately by helping others.
We are inclusive, diverse, open, holding the circle, intersectional, and offering space to all.
We hope to support Indigenous story-tellers especially since our local demographics are made up of more than 30% Indigenous & Métis. This project at its core is about offering non-judgemental space for people of all crafts, skill levels and ages to share, contribute, and shape our community's stories.
It is a proverb that when a person dies, their community loses an entire library. Rabble Rouser is a digital bookshelf for people to share their Local stories.
Folk Woman, Amanda Ramsay
Amanda is an author, artist and single mother on disability. Hit by a truck in 2014, Amanda lives with chronic pain (don't worry, she's opioid free!), Fibromyalgia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and is a survivor by multiple definitions.
Amanda is just one young Mother who makes others around her uncomfortable with her candour. (Her words) She prefers the term "eccentric" because Amanda is neurodiverse. Oh, and ADHD makes everything extra fun too!
She lives with her daughter and her cat in Terrace, Northern British Columbia, Canada. Through her portal you will find information about her writing, her projects and Her.