Apr 21st, 2021Treaty as Sacred Covenant Storytelling - Mary Anne Caibaiosai

An Online Story-telling Series

The MCEC Truth and Reconciliation Working Group presents a year-long online story-telling series centred on covenants made, broken and renewed. This series will include Indigenous and Mennonite Settler voices, shining light on the history of broken covenants and illuminating pathways of hope to a more just future for all nations on this land.

Participants will receive the Zoom link upon Registration.

April 21, 2021 - Storyteller: Mary Anne Caibaiosai
Storytelling session begins at 7:00 p.m.

Mary Anne Caibaiosai is Ojibway Anishnaabe kwe, bear clan from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory, where her ancestors walked. She is an artist, counsellor and PhD candidate in Indigenous Studies at Trent University. She is also a water walker, holds and shares traditional teachings from her Elders and teachers; responsibility for the gift of workshops she received from her Elder on: Stages of Life, Medicine Wheel Teachings, Self Care on the Medicine Wheel, Seven Stages of Life and Indigenous/non-Indigenous worldview. She will lead the third of four ceremonial water walks for the Grand River following the protocols of Josephine-baa Mandamin. She also holds a Master of Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University, a Bachelor of First Nations & Aboriginal Counselling Degree, Brandon University.

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