miyo pimatisiwin project – 6 spots remaining!Posted on: Jan 27, 2020
As part of CUE’s commitment to decolonization, Indigenization and reconciliation, the IKRC has created a process where participants may enter a series of sacred circles to deepen understanding of Indigenous peoples, experiences, histories, loss, worldviews and resiliency. This will be to advance the work the province is undertaking in Anti-Racism.
Originally, this opportunity was open to faculty only but we have opened 6 additional seats to those who are interested in participating from other areas of the University. The time commitment is approximately 30 hours in total, including reflections, pre-circle work, circle discussion, field trips and interviews. An artist will also be capturing our journey together through a visual piece which will be displayed on our campus. Participants will be asked to champion future anti-racism, decolonization and Indigenization efforts through their professional roles and committee work.
Ask your supervisor if you are interested in participating! Contact Danielle at email@example.com or 780-479-9394 if you have any questions or would like to sign up for one of the seats. Deadline is January 31st (end of day).
Please see below for the agenda of activities in this project: