Ma-Nee Chacaby is an Ojibwe–Cree writer, artist, and activist. You may have met her at a rally in Thunder Bay or Toronto, seen her on the evening news or on the dance floor at the Glad Day Bookstore, or maybe she taught you how to make a drum. Among many things, Ma-Nee is well known for her memoir, A Two-Spirit Journey: The Autobiography of a Lesbian Ojibwa-Cree Elder, an important account of her life. Ma-Nee is also a mentor, support, and advocate for Two Spirit communities across Turtle Island. She lives in Thunder Bay, one of the most dangerous places in Canada for Indigenous Peoples. Here, she mentors many individuals and groups, including Wiindo Debwe Mosewin and Not One More Death, who work to make safety for all people in Thunder Bay. She is dedicated to mentoring young people, sharing Anishinaabe teachings and stories, and supporting access to ceremonies for 2SLGBTQ+ Indigenous Peoples. Ma-Nee is featured on the cover of Superstar X Magazine and is a Truth-Teller at many of LOVE 2022's events.