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Session Details

Grounding Our Resilience through Indigenous Approaches to Wellness

2 November 2020

Webinar Format
Interactive Workshop

Information Sharing
Presentation and Q&A

Description


Perspectives on Indigenous resilience are as varied and diverse as the distinct communities where this knowledge is held. Narratives of resilience are rooted in culturally unique concepts that are nested within the richness of Indigenous languages, protocols and knowledge. Through the sharing of teachings on cedar as a sacred medicine, this session aims to honour a space of wellness through a dialogue grounded in strategies of Indigenous resilience.

Contributors

Convened by Emily Dicken (First Nations Health Authority)

 

Featuring:

  • Syexwaliya (Ann Whonnock), Ancestral Knowledge Holder, Squamish Nation

  • Levi Matrin, Nuu Chah Nulth Elder and Healer with Tsow Tun Le Lum

  • Jodi August, Resolution Health Support Worker Coordinator with Tsow Tun Le Lum

  • Stephanie Papik, Director Strategic Integration of Indigenous Knowledge, Cultural Safety and Humility, Emergency Management BC

  • Janene Erickson, First Nations Health Authority