Portrait of Tee Lyn Duke from Kwandibens' "Concrete Indians" series. The image is now on display at Ryerson University. (Nadya Kwandibens/Red Works Photography)

Taking her place

For the next five years, the Ryerson University Library will display a 10-by-15.7-foot portrait of Anishinaabekwe Tee Lyn Duke in her traditional regalia

The power—and the violence—of being an Indigenous trans woman

In the Anishinaabe worldview, being Two-Spirited is holy. In Western culture, being transgender is anything but. A poet digs into the differences

Yearning to learn Ojibwe

I am a 22-year-old Anishinaabe from Lake Manitoba First Nation, and my language has eluded me my whole life. I can’t speak it. I never could.