Native Education College and Indigenext are offering a summer youth camp for youth aged 15 and older. This free program runs in two separate one week session. B4 Vancouver is where youth can build VR (Virtual reality) worlds of Traditional Territory of Vancouver and use tools like the Oculus Go, SketchUp 3D, GitHub, and Unity. Funding is provided by The Discovery Foundation.
We hope you will join Native Education College and Massey Books on June 7, 2018 for the launch of Suffer the Little Children by AJS Coordinator Tamara Starblanket! The Reception will start at 6pm in the Fireside Lounge at NEC (285 E 5th Ave, Vancouver, BC), Tamara will then read a brief passage from her book and talk a little about the process and what inspired her to write the book. Copies of Suffer the Little Children will be available for sale and signing at the event.
Please join us as we host our Annual Elder's Day Gathering. This is a one of a kind celebration were we pull out all the stops for our Elders. We'll be serving lunch, playing games, giving out prizes, entertainment.. oh and everyones fave; BINGO! So come have some fun with us.
For more information or to R.S.V.P, contact Annie Smith at (604) 873-3772 ext. 314 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our first workshop dealing with Traditionally healing will focus on:
- Demonstrating traditional cultural approaches to the grief of cultural loss.
- Grief of Cultural Loss from an Indigenous Worldview
- Connecting Being at Risk of Addiction due to Grief of Cultural Loss
- Identifying Grief of Cultural Loss within Ourselves, our Families and our Communities
- Connecting to Personal, Family, and Nation Identity
- Participants will also be learning how to bead medicine wheel bracelets