KBE Teaching & Sharing Circle - Oct 2020
Two Row Wampum Belt Treaty
Tuesday, October 20th, 7-9pm (EDT)
Traditional Helper, Mary-Anne Kechego, will talk about the Two Row Wampum and Dish with One Spoon to illustrate what Treaties mean to Indigenous Nations because "it is important to educate our allies in what Treaties are and their responsibilities to these Treaties."
Mary-Anne is from the Turtle Clan of the Oneida Nation and began the journey 45 years ago to find her identity as an Indigenous woman. Since returning to the London-area, she has served on the Board at the N'Amerind Friendship Centre and worked on women's programming geared towards living healthier lifestyles at the Nokeekwe and Crouch Library. Mary-Anne has been a KAIROS Blanket Exercise lead facilitator for more than two years, and lives by the motto to 'always do things with a Good Mind and Good Heart'.
|Indigenous Elders||$ 0.00|