RIGHTING RELATIONS AT IGNITE CHANGE: GLOBAL GATHERING FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, TREATY 6
by Rehana Tejpar
Righting Relations members from across Turtle Island gathered for the first time representing the four directions: East, South, West and North at Ignite Change Global Gathering for Human Rights, in Treaty 6 Territory, Edmonton, Alberta.
by Righting Relations Western Hub
This toolkit summarizes and presents the learnings and processes used in building the West Regional Hub. One of the most relevant characteristic of the Western Hub is that it has taken on the model whereby there are smaller community circles connected to a larger regional hub. Edmonton, Regina, and Winnipeg were the cities that started the process, but other Prairie city circles are wanting to organize. This toolkit provides an easy to use tool to start circles in any community.
Nov 1st, 2017, Tkaronto (Toronto), ON, Dish With One Spoon Treaty Territory
For those in Southern Ontario, the Southern Circle is hosting a Solidarity Circle, on Nov 1st, bringing together popular educators who work with and represent Indigenous, Immigrant and Refugee communities, along with community members and allies, to build solidarity bridges across communities. The circle will take place from 1-4pm at Working for Change, 1499 Queen St W, Second Floor, Tkaronto (Toronto). Please email centralhub@rightingrelations.
Ishbel Munro has been an activist and community builder for over 40 years. Much of her work has been building bridges between peoples. She developed projects like On Common Ground which brought together the African Nova Scotian, Mi’Kmaq, Acadian and fishing communities to learn about each other’s culture and histories.