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Combating climate change and colonialism through land-based healing and education
April 26 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Jess Housty (Háust̓i) is a mother, writer and land-based educator who lives in her unceded ancestral homelands in Bella Bella. She can teach us a lot about social and environmental justice.
Jess is the Executive Director of Qqs (Eyes) Projects Society, a Heiltsuk charitable non-profit that supports their youth and families through community and cultural programming. She is active in community organizing and food systems resiliency.
This presentation promises to be a fascinating glimpse of how Indigenous people are re-claiming their valuable heritage through the eyes of an energetic speaker.
Note that this webinar will NOT be recorded due to the sensitive nature of the content.
This is the seventh and final event in the online Winter Speaker Series co-hosted by Friends of the Salmon River and Friends of the Napanee River.
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