coming up: A Border and Sovereignty of the Salish Sea

Email Template r1  Hi PAOV,

I hope you can join us this Monday, March 20 at 4 p.m. for our next discussion for the ȻETXIȽĆ Project: A Border, Sovereignty of the Salish Sea, and Seven Generations Sustainability with Kusemaat, Shirley Williams.

Kusemaat is a member of the Lummi Nation and co-founder of Whiteswan Environmental, an organization that advocates for thriving cultures and environment for all in the Salish Sea.

She and her colleagues work to address the impacts of the imposed U.S./Canadian border on the Straits Salish peoples and the Salish Sea, in cooperation with the W̱SÁNEĆ Nation.

Kusemaat will join Dogwood's Kai Nagata to discuss the origin of the forced division of the territory, the impact its had on Indigenous land and people, and her spiritual journey to heal the damage that's been caused.

RSVP now to join this important conversation this coming Monday at 4 p.m. The session will take place on Zoom.

The UVic ȻETXIȽĆ/Dogwood Project is a partnership project with the W̱SÁNEĆ Leadership Council, the W̱SÁNEĆ School Board and Dogwood.


Thanks for all you do,

The No Tankers team

PO Box 8701, r5

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