‘Hey, Can I Call You Quick?’

Navigating the Academic Swells as Young Indigenous Women

in Girlhood Studies
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We are two sisters of three, born on the same day, exactly eight years apart. We are also both proud Indigenous sisters of Algonquin, Métis, Huron, and Scottish ancestry. A Cayuga Elder and seer told us that our spirits are in fact twins, and that the eight years between us—symbolized by the figure 8—represents our continuing and unending connection.