Developing a Personal & Authentic Land Acknowledgement (Facilitated Online, Date TBD)

Developing a Personal & Authentic Land Acknowledgement (Facilitated Online, Date TBD)

Join four Indigenous and non-Indigenous facilitators to develop your own land acknowledgement from the heart, following 3  relationality themes: 1. our relation to the land we are on and where we learned (territory), 2. our relation to each other (kinship), 3. and our relation to the work of decolonizing and engaging (values). You will learn how to introduce yourself in a relational way, incorporating these 3 relationality themes, which you will develop in a supportive environment.

Facilitators

  • Alicia Hibbert
  • Becca Shortt
  • Destiny Chalifoux
  • Kyle Durocher

Audience

  • 15 participants maximum

Learning Objectives

  1. In developing a land acknowledgement, participants are learning and reflecting on how to position themselves to Indigenous engagement.
    • Unearthing personal connection and relationality
    • Discussing safe spaces and team care
  2. Help people move forward with Indigenous engagement through one step in decolonizing your perspective.

Commitment to Engage

 

Photo by Anastasiya Romanova for Unsplash

CA$395.00