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Ashley Fairbanks

Ashley Fairbanks is an Anishinaabe artist, writer, organizer, and digital strategist. She has her own design practice, trains people on anti-racist work, does strategic communications and design, and runs social media and narrative work for campaigns and nonprofits.
She started her career designing museum exhibitions, and she's worked on everything from municipal to presidential campaigns. She started an Indigenous farmer’s market, and a political wing of a hip-hop label. Nowadays she works most on policy that impacts Indigenous people and climate issues that impact everyone.

Bridget George is an Anishinaabe author and illustrator. She was raised on Kettle and Stony Point First Nation, a community along the shore of Lake Huron: the traditional territory of her people.
     She's passionate about positive self-image, lifelong learning, visual storytelling and positive Indigenous representation for children and youth. Her debut picture book It's a Mitig! is a dual-language rhyming introduction to the Ojibwe language, and she is the illustrator of the upcoming Autumn Peltier, Water Warrior by Carole Lindstrom.


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