As part of the “Circle of Voices” digital research project, exploring cultural revitalisation, Louise Watson conducted biographical interviews in Odanak and Riviére du Loup, Quebec, with 6 young Indigenous women from Atikamekw, Abenaki and Wolastoqiyik/Maliseet Nations. The women discuss the experience of being an Indigenous woman in the 21st century, affirming themselves as strong and resilient young women who are proud of their origins. Despite challenges, such as discrimination and isolation, these women are working to keep their cultures alive. From Ivanie Aubin Malo who holds workshops in First Nations traditional dance  – to Jessica Ann Watso, who is involved with Québec Native Women Inc., coordinating projects on the inclusion of LGBTQI+/ Bi spiritual people and exploring her connection to the land through fishing, hunting and establishing a traditional community garden for students. Photo credit: Circle Of Voices