Sixties Scoop Survivor Mapping Workshop

Thursday, June 23rd, 2022

Time
9:00am - 4:00pm
Venue
CHATEAU LOUIS HOTEL AND CONFERENCE, Edmonton
Price
Free

Are you a Sixties Scoop Survivor and someone who has experienced criminalization/contact with the criminal justice system? This workshop is presented by the Sixties Scoop Network in partnership with the Sixties Scoop Indigneous Sociecty of Alberta

THE SIXTY-SCOOP SURVIVOR GATHERING:

 

Sixties Scoop Network, in partnership with the Sixties Scoop Indigenous Society of Alberta and Creating Hope Society of Alberta, invites you to join

  “In Our Own Words: Mapping the 60s Scoop Survivor Diaspora” research project will explore the role of criminalization in the experiences and resiliencies of Sixties Scoop Survivors.

Your participation is voluntary, and if you feel comfortable sharing, you will be asked questions about your experiences of criminalization and the criminal justice system, along with questions regarding personal and cultural resiliency.  Please note that Covid-19 protocols are in effect.

 

Noon – Lunch

1:00 pm – Sharing Circle

Smudging and cultural supports will be available.  We will have available bus tickets and taxi arrangements; please get in touch with us if you require one.

 

For more contact info and to RSVP:  sixtiesscoopmap@gmail.com or 613-929-5420

 

This study has been cleared by Carleton University Research Ethics Board A Clearance #116902.  Please contact the researcher natashastirrett@cunet.carleton.ca for more details about this study.

 

Venue

CHATEAU LOUIS HOTEL AND CONFERENCE
11420 117 ST. NW
Edmonton

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