Learn How to Disrupt Ongoing Colonialism and Colonial Mentality
that Permeate Everyday Life
Ni wahkoomow, miyoonakishkatoohk.
Welcome relative, there is room! Let’s work together.
Are you ready to take your decolonization practice to the next level? Do you want to be doing more than just acknowledging colonialism exists? Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by the magnitude and scope of what needs to be done, or wonder where to even begin?
Right now, oppressive power systems are influencing and affecting lives everywhere on earth, and with more climate disaster and ecological and human rights violations being exposed every day, the push for decolonial change is ever more urgent.
Since long before first contact from well over 500 years ago to this very moment, all systems of oppression have been built together, and rely on one another. In order to dismantle one, we need to understand and work together to dismantle them all.
In this webinar, we will explore how oppressive systems like colonization work, how we got to where we are now, and how to create change. We will make a case for why an understanding of *wahkohtowin and a decolonial practice needs to be at the heart of any anti-oppressive movement— from feminism, to environmentalism, to anti-racist work and beyond— and how to start today.
In our first webinar, Practical Decolonization: How to Live It Daily, we touched the tip of the iceberg about what decolonization really means and how to put it into practice. Many of you requested more time to take these teachings even further. It’s my pleasure to travel with you on this journey to explore where we go from here.
This webinar will offer you real-world advice on how to move beyond your comfort zone and help to dismantle colonial supremacy, both systemically and in your daily life. Together, we will deal with some of the most challenging questions about decolonization and Indigenization.
By the end of our time together, you will be better equipped to foster right relationships to the land and waters, and Indigenous Nations, inspired to re-imagine, decolonize, and Indigenize your own life and liberation movements, and to meet these transformational times with courage, integrity, humility, and action.
This webinar will:
- Support you in moving beyond acknowledging the land you’re living on
- Provide more tips for action: what can we do here and now?
- Help you leverage your privilege in solidarity with marginalized communities
- Keep pushing you to take accountability and find the courage to change—and bring others with you
- Provide you with specific steps, resources and guidance on how to deepen your decolonial practice
- Teach you best practices to actively support and stand in solidarity with the Indigenous resistance that has been in motion since contact, over 500 years ago.
Miyo-wîcêhtowin. Waniskâtân wâpahki mîna mâmawohkamâtotân! Let us all wake up tomorrow and work together in a good way!
All My Relations.
*Wahkohtowin ᐘᐦᑯᐦᑐᐏᐣ is the word for the Cree Natural Law of interrelatedness, interdependence, and interconnectedness of all things: the laws and guidelines that ensure that people respect each other and every living thing on earth.
Looking for Part 1? Click here for Practical Decolonization (Part 1): How to Live It Daily
Note: Part 1 is complimentary, and while incredibly useful, it's not
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Course Leader, Community Organizer, Activist, and Coach
Anna is Red River Métis of the Cree, Anishnaabe/Ojibwe, and Lakota First Nations, and French, Celtic, Gaelic, Welsh, and German settler ancestry. A proud descendant of a long line of Anti-Imperialist, Indigenous Freedom Fighters and natural witches, Anna can feel her ancestors beside her as the resistance continues. As a small fat, working/creative class, neurodivergent, nonbinary, queer, femme, iskwew mena nâpew member of Two Spirit and disability justice communities, Anna’s methodology is founded in trauma-informed, experiential education and arts-based social and ecological justice and healing.
Anna was born on Unceded Ktunaxa, Sinixt lands, and currently resides as an uninvited visitor on the unceded and illegally occupied, traditional and ancestral Coast Salish homelands of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō, and sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, currently known to settler society as Vancouver, BC, Canada.
For the past two decades, Anna has practiced as an international social justice facilitator and communicator, community organizer, assertiveness and empowerment coach, and theatre of the oppressed/forum theatre practitioner. Their focus is on intersectional anti-oppression, anti-colonial, Indigenous feminism, fat liberation, and disability justice, gender and sexuality, consent and reproductive justice, gender-based violence prevention, emotional literacy, transformative communication, and intuitive and Indigenous healing practices.
Anna’s practice is firmly rooted in decolonization and Indigenization, agency, interdependency, and transformation. As our movements for liberation deepen and grow, they remain dedicated to community healing, compassion, courage, integrity, love, and dignity for all of life everywhere.
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