We would like to recognize the unceded lands of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Peoples.
Fostering transformational education to address racism towards Indigenous People.
Principled Engagement with Indigenous People
Responding to Indigenous-Specific Racism
Meaningful Land Acknowledgments
"Decolonization requires us to zoom out
and look at the whole structure"
embodied learning, action-oriented systems change
Examine past and present realities that Indigenous People experience
Connect the relationship between beliefs and actions
Identify links between individual and systemic responsibilities
Learn tools for engagement, safe service and equity
Assess next steps in your learning journey
"Facilitation was top notch. Lots of opportunity for discussion".
Geoff Hynes (2021)
Engaging mind, heart and body to unearth colonial patterns.
Connecting individual and institutional roles and responsibilities.
Taking action requires reshaping colonial
structures and systems.
from embodying the learning
to taking action
in our social world
Learning about self,
who we are in relation to and learning to interrupt systems
In a colonial structure,
inaction is action....
there is no blueprint
"The exceptional facilitation and design focused on transformational learning rather than information exchange. As a designer of adult learning with much of my career in the EDI space
this was exceptional.
You are both fantastic facilitators who understand how to draw out the group while creating a space where it is as safe as possible to have uncomfortable and vulnerable conversations. Your design is thoughtful and show expertise in the subject matter,
education design and facilitation".
Robin Goodall Copestake, Education
Ongoing Learning Opportunities