Tansi! Tawnshi! Tawow! Shé:kon! Annii! Boozhoo! Kwey Kwey! ᐊᐃ
An annual gathering to honour of the survivors of Indian residential schools and Indian child apprehension programs.The IACC supports, loves and gently holds onto all Indigenous persons affected by child apprehension programs such as the Indian residential 'school' systems, the Sixties Scoop and present day efforts to change, erase, ignore, kill or conform Indigenous cultures of Turtle Island. We offer oien'kwa'ón:we (assemma, tobacco) and Atónnion (Eagle) medicines in memory of those who died and for the continued healing of survivors, their families and communities. May all hold close the teachings of the Ka'nikonhriióhtshera (Good Mind) and move forward in a way that promotes compassion, equality and inclusivity.
The Indigenous Women's Arts Conference will be held October 14-16, 2022 and boasts dozens of free traditional Indigenous arts workshops by Indigenous artists from across the country. Registration will open September 2022.
The gathering will take place at both the Canadian Museum of History and Willis College and boasts a massive Indigenous Arts Marketplace with over 40 vendors!
So get ready to meet each other, learn and do your CHRISTMAS SHOPPING at this one of a kind women's gathering!
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