We appreciate you having spent time with us and thank you for your willingness to continue to learn and grow together with us in our journey to create a better future for all peoples. To assist with your on-going learning and consideration of next steps, here are some useful resources you may like to explore:
If you are unsure whose Indigenous territory you are living, you can find that information here
Excellent Websites to explore:
An excellent website containing webinars that center Indigenous voices in cultural safety work.
Great Books to dig into:
Settler: Identity and colonialism in 21st century Canada, co-authored by Emma Battell Lowman and Dr. Adam Barker (who is also featured in ICS webinars mentioned below) and:
Unsettling the Settler Within, by Paulette Regan.
Videos to watch:
Role of an Ally with IndigenEYEZ co-founder Kim Haxton, UBC Learning Circle, Feb 2019
Decolonization is for Everyone TEDx talk with Nikki Sanchez, March 2019
Podcasts to listen to:
CBC Podcasts (Unreserved) hosted by Rosanna Deerchild:
Expanding our perspectives
for improved relations
kinSHIFT is an Indigenous-led initiative supporting settlers in building respectful relationships with Indigenous peoples and places. Our experiential, arts-based workshops allow participants to learn, practice, ask questions, and make mistakes in a safe environment, all while building a foundation for engaging meaningfully with Indigenous peoples.
kinSHIFT is a project of IndigenEYEZ, a community-based initiative that has been empowering emerging Indigenous leaders since 2013. IndigenEYEZ is a project on MakeWay’s shared platform.
SHARED HISTORY means knowing where we come from.
COLLECTIVE PURPOSE is coming together to make the change we want -- to restore healthy places for all.
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