Ka-médog Wejababidom (Dani) Lanouette brings her “Guide on Interacting with Indigenous people and Topics Online” to a live workshop for students and teachers to gain a better understanding of Indigenous issues and how to be a better ally to Indigenous folks. Open to schools and organizations.
About the facilitator:
Dani Lanouette (she/they) is a queer Anishinaabekwe originally from Neyaashiinigmiing Nishinaabekiing and Algonquins of Barriere Lake and is currently based on Treaty 4 lands in Regina, Saskatchewan. Dani is currently working towards a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Indigenous Studies and History at the University of Ottawa, holds an Ontario College Certificate and Diploma in General Arts and Sciences - Aboriginal Studies from Algonquin College and works at the Communications and Community Care Manager at the 4Rs Youth Movement. Dani’s dream is to work towards leaving a legacy her grandparents who survived the Spanish Indian Residential School would be proud of, which includes working towards Indigenous sovereignty and reclamation of traditional ways of living.
Platform: virtual platform of your choice (Zoom, Google Meet, etc)
Length: 45 minutes
Language: Offered in English only
Class Size: With purchase of ticket, this workshop can be streamed to either a single classroom, or up to several classes at once
1. Select which time slot you would like to purchase
2. Once purchase is confirmed, an NAC staff member will be in touch with you via email to confirm:
- the exact time you want the workshop to begin (ex, if you choose the 8:45am – 10:00am timeslot and your class period begins at 9:00am, you will indicate a start time of 9:00am)
- your platform of choice (Zoom, Google Meet, MS Teams)
- send out the teacher's guides
Approximately 45 minutes long