The Mennonite Church Eastern Canada Truth and Reconciliation Working Group presents a year-long online story-telling series centred on covenants made, broken and renewed. This series will include Indigenous and Mennonite Settler voices, shining light on the history of broken covenants and illuminating pathways of hope to a more just future for all nations on this land.
Participants will receive the Zoom link upon Registration.
September 23, 2020 – Storyteller: Myeengun Henry
Storytelling session begins at 7:00 p.m.
Myeengun Henry is Manager/ Counsellor of Be-Dah-Bin Gamik, Indigenous services at Conestoga College and former Chief of Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. He created an Indigenous studies course called “A first nations experience” and practices Indigenous ceremonies and language. He serves as co-chair of the Indigenous Advisory group at the Ontario Law Society Law Society of Ontario; an elder/teacher at McMaster University; and Indigenous advisor to the Ontario Provincial Police. He organizes rallies to address the climate crisis; and hosts CJIQ-FM’s NISH-VIBES radio show. Myeengun is building an off the grid house and several tiny houses on his reserve.