Pathways Webinar: Using Quaker Testamonies and our Personal Stories of Land to Move Beyond Traditonal Settler-Colonist Relationships

Elaine Bishop (former CYM Clerk, Member of Winnipeg MM and friend of the Lubicon Lake First Nation) will be offering us a virtual workshop called "Pathways: Using Quaker Testamonies and our Personal Stories of Land to move beyond traditonal Settler-Colonist Relationship." By understanding our own relationship to the land, we will be able to create a meaningful land acknowledgment.  On-line, Thursdays, September 3 and 10th, from 7 to 9 pm.

This workshop was organized by the Ad Hoc Land Acknowledgement Group under the care of OMM’s Peace and Social Concern Committee. The workshop is a direct response to the Meetting’s request to P&SC to lead the Meettng toward writing a land acknowledgment.

See the poster attached below for more details, and send a message to webminder.ottawafriends@gmail.com to be passed on to the registrar.

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