Events

From the Heiltsuk Nation: Combating climate change and colonialism through land-based healing and education

April 26, 2022
Cost: Free
Type of Event: For Adults, Online Event

On Tuesday, April 26 at 7:00 pm, Friends of the Salmon River presents: From the Heiltsuk Nation: Combating climate change and colonialism through land-based healing and education online with Jess Housty.

Learn also about the unique geography and history of Bella Bella in the Central Coast region of British Columbia and about Bella Bella as a community.

Jess Housty (Háust̓i) is a mother, writer and land-based educator who lives in her unceded ancestral homelands in Bella Bella. She can teach us a lot about social and environmental justice.

Jess is the Executive Director of Qqs (Eyes) Projects Society, a Heiltsuk charitable non-profit that supports their youth and families through community and cultural programming. She is active in community organizing and food systems resiliency.

This is the seventh and final event in the online Winter Speaker Series 2021/22 co-hosted by Friends of the Salmon River and Friends of the Napanee River.

Special Notice

This webinar will NOT be recorded due to the sensitive nature of the content.

Contact Details

36 Ballantra Dr
Tel: n/a
Stay up-to-date by visiting the event social channels!
Connect With Us!
This presentation promises to be a fascinating glimpse of how Indigenous people are re-claiming their valuable heritage through the eyes of an energetic speaker.
Share:
Facebook
Twitter
Email
LinkedIn
Stay in the know! Sign up for our newsletter.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Scroll to Top