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Decolonizing Ourselves: Healing Haunted Histories gathering
Muskeg Lake Cree Nation SK, 27 August 2022, 1:00PM- 5:00PM, followed by community meal, and optional overnight camping.
Come for a day on the land, exploring paths to decolonizing through landlines, songlines, and bloodlines. Elders and knowledge keepers Harry and Germaine Lafond; and authors, teachers and theologians Elaine Enns, and Ched Myers will guide us. Overnight camping the evening of Aug 27 available. Info and registration here. More details will be sent following registration.
Location: Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, maskêko sâkahikanihk, approximately 5 hours’ drive from Edmonton, 4 hours from Regina, 1.5 hours from Saskatoon.
Cost: $50, dinner included, camping extra. Overnight camping option for the evening of 27 August until noon August 28. Indigenous registrants are invited to come as our guests. The fee is also waived for anyone unwaged/ low wage.
A little work in advance: We invite you to get the book Healing Haunted Histories and read it. It can be ordered here: https://www.commonword.ca/ResourceView/82/23857