**Excited to be part of the "At the End of the Day" podcast with the amazing Hannah Sung. **
Here's the link to the episode:
You can also find it on Spotify, Apple podcasts, Google podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Knowledge is the silver bullet. In order to find a path to healthy, equitable relationships, it is important for Indigenous (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) and non-Indigenous people, organizations and communities to relate to each other from a place of mutual respect. Only by educating ourselves on others' realities, can we reach that place.
There are many opportunities to address education:
- Key Note Address
- Diversity Training
- Agency Relationship Models
- Staff and Board Training
- Strategic Planning
Workshops presented by Kelly utilize traditional teachings to reclaim the wisdom of our Elders.
Indigenous cultures around the world have very healthy models for governance, family structure and international relations. Using the gifts of her heritage, the Medicine Wheel, Clan System, and Life Cycle teachings, Kelly explains how we can use that ancient knowledge to build communities that are modern, healthy and programmed for success.
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