Posts Tagged "KAIROS Blanket Exercise"

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Learn about what’s really happened with Indigenous Peoples through Canada’s history

ECULINKS Etobicoke and KAIROS Toronto West are offering the opportunity to hear and live Canadian history to the present through the eyes of Indigenous peoples. A KAIROS Blanket Exercise (KBE) will be on September 24, 2022, at Martin Luther Church, in…

Alison Cox, Three Fires Confederacy

September 20, 2022

Meet Alison Cox/Morning Star Woman. Alison is an Anishinabe Ikwe Grandmother from the Mermaid Clan, Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation, Three Fires Confederacy of the Robinson Huron Treaty lands in Ontario. Alison is married with four children and three grandchildren. She…

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KAIROS Blanket Exercise goes global in Australia, Sept 28

September 15, 2022

Internationally coordinated Blanket Exercise at World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Education  (Toronto – Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit) – An internationally coordinated participatory exercise that highlights the impacts of colonization from Indigenous peoples’ perspectives will be presented…

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The KAIROS Blanket Exercise goes global at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference

September 7, 2022

An internationally coordinated KAIROS Blanket Exercise that highlights the impacts of colonization from Indigenous peoples’ perspectives will be presented in in Adelaide, Australia on September 26 during the World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Education.  This World KAIROS Blanket Exercise amalgamates scripts…

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