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Top Indigenous Women North & South of the 49th Parallel You Should Be Following on Twitter, By Jocelyn Esquer

Top Indigenous Women North & South of the 49th Parallel You Should Be Following on Twitter, By Jocelyn Esquer

Are you Indigenous and new to Twitter? Do you live in Canada or the United States? Are you at a loss as to whom to follow? The Twitter-verse is huge and full of valuable, useful information- especially about Indigenous issues being faced by First Nations people and Native Americans of Turtle Island. The following Indigenous women offer up a wealth of information, ideas, developments and issues affecting Indigenous communities on both sides of the 49th parallel. They are each uniquely extraordinarily engaging, hard working, interactive and responsive to their communities. Some of these accounts will inspire you, piss you off, make you laugh and even change the way you view the world. Here is a list of Indigenous women who make me think one tweet at a time and are deserving of your follow. These accounts are listed in no particular order. Katsitsakwas Ellen Gabriel @EllenGabriel1 Turtle Clan, Kanien’kehá:ka Nation, Kanehsatà:ke Mohawk Territory. Ellen Gabriel is an inspiring example of the power of an Indigenous woman fighting for her...

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