Mi'kmaq Elder Albert Marshall discusses Two-Eyed Seeing, Co-Learning, and Truth and Reconciliation   June 01, 2017

In 2017, January through June, Mi'kmaq Elder and Honorary Doctorate Albert Marshall spoke, by invitation, about Two-Eyed Seeing, Co-Learning, Truth and Reconciliation, and related topics at diverse events across Canada. These included: 

Two-Eyed Seeing and Co-Learning. “Indigenous Journey: Healing from Trauma” Workshop, held in partnership by The First People’s Wellness Circle and Thunderbird Partnership Foundation. Vancouver, BC. 29 May – 2 June 2017.

Two-Eyed Seeing and Co-Learning. Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Educators, Annual Workshops and AGM, 2017 theme: Integrating Traditional Knowledge in the Classroom, St. John’s, NL. 25-27 May 2017. 

Two-Eyed Seeing and Co-Learning. L’nui’sultinej(Let Us Speak Mi’kmaq) Conference, Eskasoni First Nation, NS. 17-19 May 2017. 

Two-Eyed Seeing and Co-Learning. Halifax Regional School Board - Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Symposium: Improving Student Achievement Through Critical Consciousness, Collaborative Action and Community Engagement. Halifax, NS. 11-12 May 2017. PDF of abstract can be viewed here.

Two-Eyed Seeing and Co-Learning. Two Eyed Seeing. Discussion on Clearcutting in Nova Scotia, Inverness, NS. 4 April 2017. 

Truth and Reconciliation: Sharing Understandings. Special College and Community Event, Nova Scotia Community College, Port Hawkesbury, NS. 28 March 2017. 

Two-Eyed Seeing and Co-Learning. Classrooms discussions. Trent University, Peterborough, ON. 13-16 March 2017. 

Considering an Elders’ Senate for the “Atlantic Indigenous Mentorship Network” CIHR proposal by Dr. Debbie Martin, Dalhousie University. Elders’ Gathering, Millbrook First Nation, NS. 9 March 2017. 

Truth and Reconciliation: Sharing Understandings for St. Francis Xavier University. Special Event, Antigonish, NS. 20 January 2017.