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Reconciliation in Action: Treaty Education as Relationship

June 6, 2022 - -

Colonial and capitalist systems of oppression have led to the historic and ongoing oppression of Indigenous, Two-Spirit and members of the LGBTQIA+ Community. As we continue to learn and unlearn our shared history, we are committed to shaping a society that honours different ways of being and knowing, where all people and the planet can thrive. As a continuation of our Decolonization Learning Journey, we are launching a free 3-part series on Reconciliation in Action with Elders and Knowledge Carriers on June 6th – and in the fall, we will be launching a 2SLGBTQIA+ Learning Journey!

Monday, June 6: Treaty Education as Relationship

  • Jacqueline Prosper, Treaty Education Lead at Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey
  • Celeste Sulliman, Director, Treaty Education at Nova Scotia Office of L’nu Affairs
  • Ann Terese Doucette, Mi’kmaq Relations Officer – Cape Breton Field Unit of Parks Canada

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