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Sa’oiehren ne Ashehstaronten ne Owira:a — breastfeeding…a natural part of life.
The MCA Community Health Program got an early start on celebrating World Breastfeeding Week 2018 by celebrating Akwesasne mommas breastfeeding any time, any place, and anywhere!
Iontionhnhéhkwen Wilderness Skills will be presenting a Survival Course in Kahnawake for women ages 18 and older.
The course has a 15 student maximum, so register soon! Great for beginners and those who already possess wilderness skills.
To register or for more information, please contact Shakohahiiostha McComber at firstname.lastname@example.org or through their Facebook page: http://Iontionhnhéhkwen Wilderness Skills
The Youth Reintegration Program is designed for Indigenous youth between the ages of 12-17 years at the time of offence, who have been found guilty and are currently on probation, conditional supervision or community supervision.
The Canadian Museum of History is in the early stages of planning, designing and developing an exhibition that focuses extensively on the international experiences of Indigenous Peoples of Canada.
To highlight the agency, perspectives and points of view of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples, the exhibition team is seeking input from Indigenous communities and individuals who would be willing to share their stories with Canada and the world.
Tentatively called Indigenous Stories Beyond Borders, with a planned opening in 2021, this exhibition will share the stories of how Indigenous Peoples in what is now Canada have asserted — and continue to assert — their sovereignty and identities beyond borders.
Designed to explore the long history of Indigenous Peoples, the exhibition will highlight groups and individuals who have travelled the world such as diplomats, warriors/soldiers, performers, artists, athletes and scholars over many centuries.
Through integrating historical and contemporary accounts of Indigenous Peoples and their material culture, these stories will focus on Indigenous leadership, vision, creativity and courage.
Click the link below for more information: https://www.historymuseum.ca/indigenous-stories/
The MCA Community Health Program would like to honor all of our breastfeeding mothers in the community!