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February 12th, 2021 Zonal Professional Development Day...
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Friday, February 12 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Understanding of the Residential School Experience when Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives in the Classroom

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The purpose of this performance is to increase awareness of residential schools and the inter-generational impact on Indigenous communities in Canada.

This performance is designed to provide educators with a deeper understanding of the residential school experience when incorporating Indigenous perspectives in the classroom. This multimedia storytelling performance includes a documentary, keynote and interactive discussion.
Target Audience: Everyone
*Content Warning - You will be hearing lived experiences that may invoke emotional reactions

Speakers
avatar for Cyril Pierre

Cyril Pierre

3 Crows Production
Cyril is a member of the Katzie First Nation and an active presenter in school districts, mental health organizations, community healing groups and Corrections Canada. A descendant of well known Katzie speakers on history, culture, and language, Cyril is featured in "Our Story", a... Read More →
avatar for Joe Ginger

Joe Ginger

3 Crows Production
Joe is a member of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation and a member of the Uchucklesaht Tribal Council. As a former student of both the Christie and Saint Mary's Indian residential schools, Joe is actively part of many reconciliation projects today. His work as an Elder and speaker was... Read More →
avatar for Dallas Yellowfly

Dallas Yellowfly

3 Crows Production
Dallas is a member of the Siksika First Nation, who was born and raised on Sto:lo territory practising coastal cultures. After completing a Bachelors of Arts degree in Sociology/Anthropology, he pursued both stand up comedy and music professionally. He recorded two rock/metal albums... Read More →
avatar for Alysha Collie

Alysha Collie

3 Crows Production
Alysha Collie is a mixed Afro-Indigenous artist and storyteller from the The'wá:lí (Soowahlie) First Nation. She recently graduated on the Dean’s List with a Bachelor of Science degree, accompanied by a Biology Major and Visual Arts Minor. While at university, Alysha spent her... Read More →


Friday February 12, 2021 1:00pm - 2:30pm PST
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