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THINK INDIGENOUS 2018 PRESENTS
Federation of Saskatchewan Indigenous Nations
“First Nations Administrators Short Course”
March 14, 2018
TCU Place, Saskatoon SK
9:00AM – 4:00PM

Keynote Speakers

Kanen'tó:kon Hemlock
Mohawk Nation, Kahnawà:ke, Bear Clan.

Traditional Bear Clan Chief for the community of Kahnawà:ke. Current language, culture and history teacher at the Kahnawà:ke Survival School. Member of the Great Law Recital Committee. Member of the Haudensaunee External Relations Committee. Tasked to help carry out Decolonization workshops throughout the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.

Edna Manitowabi
Odawa/Ojibway, Wikwemikong, Manitoulin Island

Head woman for the Eastern Doorway of the Three Fires Midewewin Lodge. She is well-known nationally as a Traditional teacher, ceremonialist, drum keeper and grandmother. She has been instrumental in the re-introduction of Traditional teachings and ceremonies in the local area, and is an active researcher of Traditional medicines. Edna is the founder of the annual Aboriginal women's symposium at Trent. It was through her vision that Indigenous Studies and Trent started Northern Theatre, our Indigenous performance space that is developing an international reputation in Indigenous theatre and dance performance.

Presentation Workshops Titles

Indigenous Educational Leadership
Indian Control of Indian Education
Leading Through Trauma & Crisis
Treaty Education for First Nation Communities
Indigenous Language Revitalization

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