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Voices of Indigenous Educators

Voices of Indigenous Educators

Voices of Indigenous Educators is a short 3 minute video that introduces four dynamic Indigenous scholars/educators in the Faculty of Education at York University. Diversity, strength, commitment and community are words that Pamela, Kiera, Marianne and Natasha bring to life. Find out who they are and why Indigenous education is at the heart of their professional and personal practices.

Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse (Anishinaabe), Kiera Brant-Birioukov (Haudenosaunee), Rebecca Beaulne-Stuebing (Métis), Marianne Groat (Haudenosaunee & English/Welsh) and Natasha Bascevan (Anishinaabe & Métis) encourage colleagues and their families to take the time to reflect on September 30 – the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The following resources on truth and reconciliation are suggested wise practices as starting points to unlearn (truth) and relearn (reconciliation) together.

Miigwetch, Nia:weh, Maarsi and thank you.