“Hi there, it is the Kid Advocate, SEMA’TSE- Jordan. I work at RCY on the Social Media Youth Team. I am First Nations, from Ahousaht (Nuu-Chah-Nulth), Nanaimo (Snuneymuxw), and Terrace (Nisga'a) B.C. I have been in and out of care my whole life. This podcast is based on my own opinions and experiences with the foster care systems. I want to voice my own experiences with the systems. It is my way of reaching out because I know I am not alone, and I don’t want any kid in care to feel as though they are alone. Because everyone has a voice, and everyone has the right to be heard.”

Episode 4 - Residential School Aftermath - Part 1

How does the legacy of residential affect youth today? This is the first of a two-part podcast on the ongoing impacts of residential schools, from the perspective of an Indigenous youth.

Episode 3 - Intergenerational trauma - a definition

In this episode, SEMA'TSE Jordan provides her definition of intergenerational trauma, a term we will hear more about as the podcast continues.

Episode 2 - Foster kids are like pit bulls

Like pit bulls? What? In this episode, SEMA'TSE Jordan thoughtfully explores the comparison and discusses what kids in foster care need most.

Episode 1 - Introduction to the Kid Advocate

In this introductory episode, SEMA'TSE Jordan talks about her background and why she is doing this podcast. (hint: there's a clue in the title!)