It's time to get real about it, and it's time to decolonize what it means in our hearts and minds.


Love can be disguised as many things. As we work through our healing, it's important to go back to the older ways and understandings of what love is: community, family, and genuine wellness. All of us have the right to it, although we don't necessarily grow up with it. This is why it's our collective responsibility to build, nourish and share love with one another as often as we can.

Sarain is a multi-talented presence who artfully blends tradition with new media. She is an acclaimed dancer, choreographer, actor, stylist, activist, and lover of old stories and ceremonies. Sarain’s endeavours take her all over Turtle Island, which she regularly documents on her social media channels.

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