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Indigenous Insights Seminar by Jessica Dumas
Mar 22, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm$159
Gain an insight on the history of Canada and the Indigenous peoples. Participate in the KAIROS ‘Blanket’ exercise’ and have deep discussion, while gaining a basic understanding of Treaties, the Indian Act, Residential Schools and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. More info here: http://www.winnipeg-chamber.com/chamber-blog/my-experience-of-the-blanket-exercise
Seating is limited. Lunch is included. Held in the Buchwald Room 2nd Floor of Millennium Library.
“My hope is that when you leave my workshop, that you can participate in a more knowledgeable conversation and have an opinion based on real facts. I hope to provide a valuable overview for those who are seeking to learn about Canadian-Indigenous for the first time. ” – Jessica Dumas, Prime Image Life Coaching and Indigenous Insight Seminar Facilitator.
What others have said about the Indigenous Insight Seminar workshop:
“This is a powerful workshop. Keep up the good work!” Shirley (Elder, IRS Survivor)
“It was perhaps the most moving workshop I have attended. The ability to see how our history had such a negative impact on our Indigenous people was very moving.” Chief Ian Grant, Brandon Police Service
‘The most impactful event I am taking away from this workshop is the sharing. It was a great workshop. I really liked the sharing circle. The participation was intense. Thank you for your expertise.” –Verna
“I learned more about residential schools and the 60’s scoop. I will share what I’ve learned with my family and friends. It is my responsibility to break stereotypes. You made me realize how much I didn’t know.” –Elizabeth
“What was most meaningful to me from this workshop was (how the community) believes and maintains hope in situations that have seemed hopeless. Thank you so much. I will gladly attend more training on this topic.” –Lee
“This is an excellent workshop and everyone should experience it in the community. The activities are very powerful.” –Sandra
“I was surprised at how much I didn’t know” –Allison
“I would describe this workshop as a very well researched and impactful event that makes one realize there is much work needed to be done.” –Denise
“The workshop was very eye-opening. I learned a lot about Canada’s dark history in relation to Indigenous peoples.” –Brandy
“Excellent workshop. Thank you for everything.” -Markus