In Lindork’s Lists: Q&A with… I interview interesting people doing interesting things. It’s the most interesting thing you’ll read this week! For Q&A #1, I chat with Rochelle Ignacio of Black-Owned Market Edmonton (BOMYEG). Learn about the important work Rochelle and BOMYEG are doing to create more equitable and inclusive spaces and opportunities for our communities. These Q&As are first released a month before blog post publication for paid subscribers of my Lindork’s Lists newsletter.
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This blog is based in Treaty 6 Territory, traditional and ancestral lands of many First Nations and Métis in Alberta. I’m a settler who lives, works, and plays in the Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) area on Turtle Island (Canada). I’m committed to reconciliation. uplifting and supporting Indigenous communities and one way I do that is by highlighting Indigenous-owned artists, business owners, makers, events, and other experiences here on this blog and on social media.