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Education Series Community Event

Suzanne Methot

Topic: Intergenerational Trauma and Indigenous Health

Suzanne Methot is the author of the non-fiction book Legacy: Trauma, Story, and Indigenous Healing. She is an educator and community worker who speaks on human rights, pedagogy, Indigenous literatures, Indigenous worldviews, Indigenous approaches to health and wellness, trauma- and healing-informed practice, and decolonization. She also designs programs and facilitates change-making sessions for the education, health care, environmental, and museum sectors. Suzanne has worked in advocacy and direct–service positions at Indigenous organizations since 1992, serving community members who are marginalized by racism, poverty, homelessness, health status, addictions, mental-health challenges, crime, and victimization. She was previously an executive member of the board of directors at the West Central Community Health Centres in Toronto. Suzanne is Asiniwachi Nehiyaw (Rocky Mountain Cree) and currently lives near Nanaimo, BC.

For more information please contact:

Jennifer Kelly
613-748-0657 x237
ICS Coordinator
icstraining@wabano.com

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Details

Date:
19 October 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

Venue

Zoom

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