Calling all those involved in climate/environmental justice and indigenous sovereingty movements! This is a session you don’t want to miss!
The amazing Ruby Smith-Diaz will be leading and a not so basic anti-oppression workshop – the badass Billie Pierre will be giving an update on Kinder Morgan Resistance on Nlaka’pamux territory and beyond – and we will eat together!
Space is limited!
Please RSVP to: Registration to confirm your spot.
Facebook “attendance” does not count! 😉
Facebook event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/2022584341319354/
Getting Real with Yourself (Not your Basic Anti-O Workshop)
“It has often been said that our social interactions and social circles offer us the most honest perspectives on who we truly are. So what happens when there’s a disconnect between our “best intentions” and the actual impact of our actions on the affected communities we are working with that are being reflected back at us? And what is at stake for the impacted communities if we don’t commit to disavow harmful hegemonic systems, even when there is risk involved?
In this workshop, participants will use arts based facilitation tools to gain an embodied, honest and meaningful understanding of the importance of knowing our personal triggers well; learn how they can affect our capacity to take in and transform feedback; and use these skills to create stronger and more cohesive movements.”
Learn more about Ruby @ tierranegraarts.ca !
Cost is by donation – $20+ suggested – but no one turned away!
Accessiblity info can be found here!: http://spartacusbooks.net/
ASL interpretation provided by Douglas College Students
(please let us know if you will be using the interpreters)
Children as always are welcome.
For more info or for questions please email:
Kale or Registration