Jules Koostachin on Indigenous Storytelling

Warrior Life Podcast
Jules Koostachin on Indigenous Storytelling

On today’s episode of the Warrior Life Podcast Dr. Jules Koostachin talks to us about her new documentaries and her lifetime of telling Indigenous stories.

Jules Koostachin is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, business woman, and community activist from Attawapiskat First Nation. Her latest film – Waapake – is a National Film Board film that is now playing at VIFF – the Vancouver International Film Festival.

You can check out the trailer for her film here:

You can follow her Instagram @juleskoostachin

Check out her website: https://juleskoostachin.com

Warrior Life Podcast YouTube (video) version:

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Hi! I’m Dr. Pam Palmater, an Indigenous lawyer, professor, author, and producer. I create educational videos, podcasts, blogs and other content about Indigenous issues and provide critical analysis of state laws, policies and practices that impact Indigenous peoples, and highlight the important work of First Nation (Canada) and Native American (USA) warriors on the frontlines of Native resistance, resurgence and revitalization.

I am a citizen of the Mi’kmaw Nation and a member of Eel River Bar First Nation from Mi’kma’ki (Mi’kmaw territory in New Brunswick, Canada).

I am the producer and host of the Warrior Life Podcast which helps lift the voices of Indigenous leaders, advocates, land defenders, water protectors, actors, artists and even chefs!

I am also the producer and host of the Warrior Kids Podcast – an award-winning children’s podcast which celebrates everything Indigenous – languages, stories and cool Native peeps! https://www.warriorkidspodcast.com

My newest podcast is Criminals on Patrol – shining a light on the dark side of the “thin blue line” in policing. https://www,criminalsonpatrol.com

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Permission to use photos and trailer provided by Jules Koostachin and NFB.