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NUWEGATI LAND BASED LEARNING PROGRAM, ESGENOOPETITJ, NEW BRUNSWICK

A conversation with miigam’agan

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RESOURCES 

LOTTIE MAE JOHNSON’S PROFILE

Lottie Mae Johnson, member of Apaji-wla’matulinej/Righting Relations East Hub is a residential school survivor who sat on the national Aboriginal Advisory Committee of the Truth and Reconciliation Committee. She talks about her healing and workshops she does to help others.

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EVENTS

WOMEN’S GATHERING AND MEN’S GATHERING, JUNE 15-17, 2018

Mersey River Chalets, near Kejimkujik. See full invite here 

For more information and to register, please email iseabail_86@live.ca

 

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CHANGE MAKERS

ANITA BOYLE

Anita is from the Metepenagiag Mi’gmaq Nation in New Brunswick. She is a graduate from the University of New Brunswick where she earned a Master in Education degree along with a Bachelor of Arts and Education degree. She also holds a diploma in Human Resource Management. Anita’s has extensive experience and skills in Economic Development, Indigenous Education and Training, Women’s issues specifically violence, and Community Development.

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