I currently live, create, and tell stories on the unceeded and traditional territories of the Tsimshian Nations in what is known as Terrace BC. Our closest neighbours are the Kitselas Nation and the Kitsumkalum First Nation, both Peoples of the Ts'msyen (Tsimshian First Nations Treaty Society).
Lands are sacred and I continue to learn from the example of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit what it means to be an advocate and ally.
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FolkWoman.ca is that place.
Hosting a website definitely has it's own problems and costs, including payment processing fees such as being able to take credit cards on the site.
So let me be clear (my readers & friends): The work I'm doing here isn't subsidized.
I'm not being paid to write or create anything you find here. It's all at my own expense up front because I believe in giving before expecting anything. I can't help creating, it just pours out of me, so this is all here.
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