The Indigenous Studies Undergraduate Journal (ISUJ) blog is a student-run initiative, produced out of the University of British Columbia and the First Nations Studies Student Association at UBC. The ISUJ blog is a space to foster community and to encourage knowledge creation and sharing, both on the UBC Campus and within Vancouver as a whole. It is a complementary and interdisciplinary project that runs in partnership with the Indigenous Studies Undergraduate Journal. It has the same roots in values and mission as the journal, but is unique in the sense that it aims to be a platform for continuous and relevant conversation about present topics in Indigenous studies. The blog strives to expand on what the Journal offers, through providing more frequent, diverse, and interactive works. As a public space, the blog is an interdisciplinary meeting place for the formulation and exchange of ideas, discussion and inspiration.