An Indigenous person during the last Royal Canadian Mounted Police invasion on Wet'suwet'en land. She bravely and calmly ask the RCMP "Do you love Native People? Does the Canadian government love us? Do the police departments love us? Tell me do you love us? Do you love us?," as they climb over gate and with … Continue reading Do you love us?
Kalhkwa7acw! It is good to be back in this writing space. I want to share my experience from this weekend for anyone who is interested in learning about the Wet'suwet'en cause, and a bit about relation. Yesterday I marched in Vancouver in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en. Coastal GasLink pipeline and RCMP are under a number of … Continue reading In Solidarity with Wet’suwet’en
I've been thinking about the forests a lot lately. Since attending the opening ceremony for the "We Carry Our Ancestors" exhibit and hearing St'at'imc knowledge and experience from Dr. Lorna Williams. Then spending some quiet time at the exhibit, singing along to the berry picking song playing from a video. Hearing the words of Lorna, … Continue reading Múc and the Importance of Old Growth Forests
Last week I attended the opening celebration for an exhibit at the University of Victoria's "We Carry Our Ancestors" exhibit. The moment I walked in I felt the beautiful energy from the baskets. I could feel all the love that went into making them. Dr. Lorna Williams was there and shared some words of thanks … Continue reading Cedar Women