January 14th, 2017 I will be doing a TED x TALK.
My talk will be about a journey through reconciliation and rebuilding relationships. It will be a great day to honour my Mom, the Elders, my Kwantlen First Nation family and those who went to Indian residential schools. Tickets for the event are available here > Link <
February 19th and 20th I will be hosting and DJing the Wab Kinew events here in Langley.
With his back ground in hip hop, as a Native rights activist, and author of the # 1 national bestsellerThe Reason You Walk: A Memoir and host of the acclaimed documentary series “8th Fire” on CBC. It will be an honour to host and DJ this event as we continue our journey towards truth and reconciliation for all Canadians. Looking forward to playing on the ones and twos also with an all vinyl set, featuring Aboriginal songs from residential school survivors to a few hip hop tracks for Wab. :) Tickets are $12 and available here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/wab-kinew-reflections-on-reconciliation-tickets-20439418852?aff=efbnreg
February 19th I will be a keynote speaker with Ojibway author Richard Wagamese.
When Joseph Boyden calls "Richard Wagamese a national treasure" You better believe it's time to step up your game. Friday, February 19th I will be presenting local stories of reconciliation, the history of Kwantlen First Nation's territory, along with a few thoughtful and inspirational Aboriginal cultural teachings. This will be for the Langley School District's Professional Development Day, as 1,200 educators are expected to register and attend.
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