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  1. Cynthia E. Bird October 2, 2014 — 1:46 pm

    Insightful presentation and ethically challenging for governments, organizations and individuals. Reaffirms Indigenous education methods of mentoring and apprenticing on a one-to-one basis for achieving transformative results. Thank you for sharing.

  2. I have lived through all the generational effects of colonization, worked in the communities, go to ceremonies, have learned how to live off the land providing my children with food grown and hunted off the land but I have not regained my langauge. I began work with Parks Canada to share my culture almost two years ago and I came into that instituation looking for an organization to help the crisis we are in in our communties. Currently have a contract as part of the reconciliation movement with the park I am located in to present an Indigenous awareness program to staff. Thank you for everything on this website I am using your information and it has been dead on with everything intinctual I have felt, everything I have experienced colonially, the levels of society I have endured, and the gap that keeps our one on one relationships from connecting. I am going to use some create interpretative methods of your teachings to move into an agenda along with the guidance of ceremony and honouring. Hiy Hiy!

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