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Restoring Connections: Land, Language, Love.

Preparing Our Home: Indigenous Community Resilience Sharing Circles (March Circle)

Restoring Connections: Land, Language, Love

Join us for a sharing circle in which Elders, youth, and community language leaders will share their stories and address some of these questions:

How are Indigenous languages being revitalized across communities and generations?

What is the role of Indigenous Languages for community resilience?

How can Indigenous Languages be incorporated in emergency preparedness and disaster recovery?

Our speakers (in alphabetical order):

Alanna Syliboy, Mi’kmaw E’pit, Sipekne’katik First Nation

Bizhiw nindizhinikaaz, Devin Naveau, Mattagami First Nation

Casey Gabriel, Youth Worker, a member of Lil’wat Nation

Darlene Yellow Old Woman-Munro, Siksika Elder

Dennis Chartrand, Anishinaabemowin/Ojibwe Language, a member of the Pine Creek First Nation

Grant Alphonse, Tsilhqot’in

Mary Maytwayashing, (Zoongi Gabawi Ozawa Kinew Ikwe, Strong Standing Golden Eagle Woman), Anishinaabe Grandmother, Lake Manitoba First Nation aka, Animozibeeng, Dog Creek.

Randy Morin, Cree language keeper and a traditional Indigenous Knowledge keeper

Sandy Bernice Henry, Xit’olacw Community School, Lil’wat Nation

Thomas Deer, Kanien’kehá:ka

For more information please visit and for any questions please email [email protected]

Date: March 31, 2022
Duration: 1 Day