Decolonize through anti oppression (community workshop) - Calgary
Saturday, March 24, 2012
3:00pm until 5:00pm
Old Y Centre for Community Organizations
223 12th Avenue SW,
The Call Out:
An evening workshop with a two spirit Ojibwe elder.
Decolonize through anti oppression.
Taking place on unceded and occupied Blackfoot Confederacy territory = Blood, Siksika, Piikani / or settler name = Calgary.
*this event is fully accessible (ground floor access with ramp), is scent free (please note & leave your heavy perfumes at home), with no ASL. (sign language)
Facilitated by Tami Starlight - Ojibway - Peguis Nation (Manitoba)
Born in Edmonton and fled to unceded Coast Salish Territory - Vancouver, B.C in 1980 - Gregorian Calendar.
Longtime activist, advocate, facilitator, two spirited community organizer, alternative media hack, LGBT2IQ educator and spiritualist. (with shit disturbing thrown in for good measure).
There also will be a short workshop on anti oppressive, horizontal, membership engaged community organizing.
Organized by Sarah Scout, Sonny Doughnut & Tami Starlight
Together we break the cycle of oppression and move forward to a more aware and equal living society with much harmony & cooperation!
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