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Gabrielle Scrimshaw
Indigenous World Traveller | Proud Dene | Co-Founder . MBA. Harvard MPA.
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw May 13
"A commercial released in February received widespread acclaim for spotlighting women at all stages of their careers, from childhood to motherhood. On Mother’s Day this year, released a video promoting gender equality. But that’s just advertising."
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw May 10
(Dream) Job Posting: Administrative Fellow/Assistant Director of Honoring Nations (Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development) -
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw May 8
Job Posting: Director, Indigenous and Northern Relations with the in Ottawa
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw May 6
Investing in reconciliation: the role for institutional investors
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw May 3
One of my favorite moments of in . A good mantra for those of us who struggle with imposter syndrome or are trying to do things differently.
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw May 2
Replying to @MarkSylvestre
Happy you enjoyed it! Sad I couldn’t stay for longer. Was such a great group and incredible city. More Canadians need to go North.
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw May 2
I’ve been taking a break from Twitter. I think it’s time to get back into it. - whatsup?
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Apr 1
Replying to @MaxFineDay
Do you prefer your bannock baked or fried?
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Mar 13
Replying to @tahmina_aziz
Just responded :)
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Mar 1
In case you thought Canada didn’t have a racism problem 👇🏼
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Feb 28
"Jody Wilson-Raybould once invoked a tree metaphor to describe the relationship between Indigenous peoples and Canada. A tree with roots so neglected over the years they died, yet, we keep watering them expecting new growth. On Wed, Ms. Wilson-Raybould set that tree on fire."
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Feb 27
Replying to @Braindigenous
Have you tried braiding the braids into the scarf?
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Feb 27
Wow, so disturbing and such disgusting behaviour. Sorry you had to go through this Chris. Also sorry to see the guy is (or might be) from my home province of Saskatchewan. We're better than that.
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Feb 19
Replying to @MaxFineDay
Moonstone Gallery 💯
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Dec 10
An ‘Ancestral Memory’ Inscribed in Skin -- 'For them it is a response to the long-ago efforts to wipe out cultural practices and entire populations of people, and a celebration of cultural resilience' via
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Nov 20
"Reclaiming our right to name our children in our way, and have those names recognized and respected, is a powerful act. It is one of the many ways in which we are reclaiming and asserting our identities..."
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6 Degrees Nov 12
"Indigenous people have been fighting for a sense of belonging in our own homeland." questions the narrative of Canada as a diverse, inclusive nation from an Indigenous perspective. The performance today by was outlawed not long ago.
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Nov 12
“Freedom of speech is an essential component for creativity.” - at
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Gabrielle Scrimshaw Nov 12
Great start to the conversation this morning. A few ideas that have resonated: 1) “Fear is the anticipation of loss.” 2) “Language is power, if you can’t communicate, you have no power.” 3) “How do we become comfortable with being uncomfortable?”
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Disruption Network Lab Nov 12
Today our artistic director is at at the Barenboim-Said-Akademie discussing , & with , Amer Alqadi, Naika Foroutan, Bernhard Schlink and .
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