• December 7, 2019
    9:30 am - 2:00 pm

There is a huge need for indigenous knowledge and practices to be passed along in the child care field. Often child care providers do not feel comfortable regarding this topic and not much is done in their daily activities with children. This workshop will take the participants on a journey to understand pre-contact, contact and today’s realities for Indigenous people. We will focus on residential schools, diseases, the Indian Act, The Potlatch Ban and Indigenous people living on reserve and off reserve. This journey will allow the participants to understand the Indigenous people’s challenges and the pride over resilience. There will be a safe space for educators to discuss, ask questions in an open and respectful manner. Come and ask all the questions you always had regarding Indigenous people.

SUITABLE FOR ALL EARLY LEARNING AND CHILD CARE PROFESSIONALS

Presenter: Jade Brass
Jade is a member of The Key First Nation on Treaty Four Territory and she is Anishinaabe (Saulteaux) and Néhiyaw (Swampy Cree). She is an aunty, a sister, and an educator. She wants to educate all those who will listen and build connections with other educators

Note: There will be 30 min lunch break, please bring bagged lunch.

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4 Hour Workshopshow details + $40.00 (CAD)  
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Venue:  

Address:
#100-6846 King George Blvd, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, V3W 4Z9

Description:

Located directly behind the Denny’s Restaurant. Please do not park in spots reserved for our neighbours.

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