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Join us in a thoughtful conversation about land acknowledgments with post-secondary students. In this webinar, you will learn about the importance of saying a land acknowledgment and some things to include in your own land acknowledgment. Bring any and all questions you have to the session. We will hear from students and have some land acknowledgment workshop leaders present to answer questions.
Audience: This event is open to everyone interested in learning more about land acknowledgments.
Lynzee West is a third-generation student in the Bachelor of Education program and she is planning to pursue her Masters Degree in Counselling. Lynzee is a second-generation Indian Residential School survivor, mother to three, and a member of the Gitxsan and Haisla nations. Lynzee has completed the Certificate in Business Administration through CMTN and she is currently enjoying taking University Transfer Courses and Field Schools of interest.
Ceci Raweater is a Blackfoot member of the Siksika Nation and she is a part of the Sto:lo people in B.C. Ceci is a first-generation Indigenous university student and will not be the last.