It is so important to uphold and promote good works that others do. Amplifying and sharing with respect and gratitude isn’t always appreciated in our colonialized educational system. So, today rather than creating my own blog post on Indigenous Persons Day, I am sharing a wonderful Newsletter from the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council that I received through a sign-up email subscription.
I highly encourage you to click the image to read the whole thing. I spoke on the value of subscribing to local Indigenous People’s Websites and Blogs in Personal Indigenization Statement on this website and furthermore, I challenge other members to produce and submit their own statements to be published here. I also want to encourage and welcome our Indigenous faculty members to write articles about their experiences as Indigenous people and educators and submit them to our website. Do you know of Indigenous events and happenings that you’d like to see us promote? Tell me, I’ll post them! This is YOUR union and I’m working to make sure that it represents and reflects what matters to members.
Thank you. Iyairaykere. (イヤイライケレ。)
Comment below to share your own resources with me and others who read this page. If you are interested in sharing your own Personal Indigenization Plan with your fellow CCFA Members, send it in for the Confluence Blog!
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