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Health & Wellbeing
The underlying issues for the health crises facing Indigenous communities are well documented: unsafe drinking water; lack of adequate housing and affordable food supplies; lack of adequate health care and emergency services; lower income levels and lack of access to education and economic opportunity.

Although the challenges can seem overwhelming, this unit will underscore the urgent need for action, and introduce some amazing people and organizations that are shaping a path forward.

Speakers Include: Pam Palmater, and Michael Redhead Champagne

More information: https://experiencescanada.ca/reconciliation-conversations/

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La santé et le bien-être

Les problèmes sous-jacents aux crises sanitaires auxquelles sont confrontées les communautés autochtones sont bien documentés: eau potable insalubre; le manque de logements adéquats et de denrées alimentaires abordables; manque de soins de santé adéquats et de services d’urgence; des revenus plus faibles et un manque d’accès à l’éducation et aux opportunités économiques.

Bien que les défis puissent sembler accablants, cette unité soulignera le besoin urgent d’agir et présentera des personnes et des organisations incroyables qui tracent le chemin vers l’avenir.

Conférenciers: Pam Palmater, and Michael Redhead Champagne

Plus D'information: https://experiencescanada.ca/fr/reconciliation-resources/

Jun 8, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Pam Palmater
LAWYER / ACTIVIST
A Mi’kmaw citizen of the Eel River Bar First Nation. She is a lawyer and currently the Chair in Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University.
Michael Redhead Champagne
COMMUNITY ORGANIZER & PUBLIC SPEAKER
Born and raised in Winnipeg, Michael is an award-winning community organizer, public speaker, and a proud member of Shamattawa Cree Nation.