Approx 1 Hours To Complete Anti-racism Through Indigenous Ways Of Knowing
in English Language
Join story-teller Rick McLean to discover how Anishinaube teaching and traditions can help us heal the wounds of racism and create a better future. This one-hour course will describe the Seven Grandfather Teachings and how they are at the core of Anishinaube culture and life. Designed for 12 to 14 year-old students preparing to transition from high school to university, Anti-Racism through Indigenous Ways of Knowing is just for participants in the SOAR Program.
You must be 12 to 14 years-old and be a participant in the SOAR program.
What are the Seven Grandfather Teachings? In translation, they are wisdom, love, respect, bravery, honesty, humility, and truth. In their original language, though, they are embedded into the vocabulary and actions of daily life. How are these teachings anti racist? That is a great question! Racism is systemic and the systems are so ingrained that it is hard to recognize where racism has been built in. When you learn another culture\\\'s \\\"way of knowing\\\" you can compare and question!
Antiracism Through Indigenous Ways of Knowing. Introduction: The Seven Grandfather TeachingsAll seven: wisdom, love, respect, bravery, honesty, humility, and truthThe values expressed in languageThe values in daily lifeExpressing your own values and ways of beingQuestions and answers