A Training in Lateral Liberation
With Kim Haxton and Kris Archie
June 12 - 17, 2020
We look forward to offering this program next year.
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We are living in a time of high contrast.
Explore Indigenous concepts of land, place, and decolonization. Examine decolonial practices (language, art, economics and gender) combined with embodied knowledge of Indigenous peoples, and the ways that centring this knowledge can rupture the politics of what is considered valid “knowing.” Together we will learn to laterally liberate consciousness.
Kim Haxton will also be presenting IndigenEYEZ: Leadership Essentials on July 12-16 2020.
Can’t make it to Cortes Island? IndigenEYEZ will be presenting Truth & ReconciliACTION on May 25 and Champions of Change on October 22 in Vancouver.
Kim Haxton (Potowatomi) is a multifaceted, multidimensional educator, rooted in knowledge and steeped in community. She is Potowatami from Wasauksing. She has worked across Turtle Island and abroad in various capacities, always emphasizing local leadership development toward genuine healing. In her work with Indigeneyez, a creative arts based organization she co-founded, Kim works with Indigenous communities toward decolonization and liberation. Grounded in the arts and the natural world for embodied awareness and facilitated rites of passage, Kim develops de-escalation skills and diversity and anti-oppression education. Kim currently leads Peace and Conflict Resolution programs in the Democratic Republic of Congo, cultivating…
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Kris Archie, a Secwepemc and Seme7 woman from the Ts’qescen First Nation, is passionate about heart-based community work and facilitating positive change. In her own words: “My lived experiences as a mixed blood woman, mother and community member informs my desire for inclusion, accessibility, and justice”. Kris was the project manager for the Vancouver Foundation’s youth homelessness initiative, called Fostering Change before becoming the Executive Director of “The Circle on Philanthropy and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada”, an open network to promote giving, sharing, and philanthropy in Aboriginal communities across the country. In all of her roles, Kris works to transform philanthropy and contribute to positive change…
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