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Start Date/Time 15th Jun Thursday PM 7:00 (GMT 0)
End Date/Time 15th Jun Thursday PM 10:00 (GMT 0)
Location Christ Church Cathedral 690 Burrard Street Vancouver BC
Contact Suzette Amaya Email: suzetteamaya@gmail.com Tel: 604-401-3641
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Author suzetteamaya
Type Public
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GIVING VOICE

GIVING VOICE - 13 Indigenous & Non-Indigenous Celebrating Musical Diversity and Creating A Cross-Cultural Musical Experience

VANCOUVER, BC - Haida-Tsimshian musical duo Sister Says have teamed up with the Bill Reid Gallery and Christ Church Cathedral to present, Giving Voice, a cross-cultural musical experience on Thursday, June 15, 2017 at the Christ Church Cathedral at 7pm. This all ages event showcases 13 Indigenous and non-Indigenous performers combining the sounds of soul, blues, and hip-hop. This musical celebration will feature established and emerging artists including Juno Award winner, Murray Porter (Mohawk), Western Canadian Music Award winner, Kristie McCracken, and local Vancouver guitar virtuoso, David Morin (Metis). Hosting the evening will be Grace Dove (Secwepemc), actress from the Oscar Award-Winning movie, the Revenant and Linsay Willier (Cree), actress and runner-up in Canada’s Next Top Model. This show is about bringing communities together with a fresh approach to curating from an Indigenous perspective,” says Gillian Thomson of Sister Says, “We are also paying tribute to Bill Reid’s popular and accessible concerts that brought Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities together.” Giving Voice will engage and enrich the participating performers as well as the diverse audience it will bring together by contributing to community through sharing musical traditions between cultures. One hundred free tickets will be made available to non-profit organizations and low-income families and youth to ensure Giving Voice is accessible and brings together a truly diverse audience. Giving Voice is aligned with the legacy of Bill Reid, and the vision of the Bill Reid Gallery, which is to reveal the vitality and diverse cultures of the Northwest Coast through its art. It is also aligned with Christ Church Cathedral’s commitment to accessible reconciliation themed programming. Tickets to Giving Voice are available now and can be purchased online. More information about this event and the performers can be found at givingvoice.ca .

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Start Date/Time 12th Jun Monday AM 9:00 (GMT -5)
End Date/Time 15th Jun Thursday PM 5:00 (GMT -5)
Contact For more information.
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Indigenous Mental Health Research Workshop

June 12-15, 2017 Montreal, Quebec This workshop will survey recent work on the social determinants of mental health and discuss issues in the design and implementation of culturally appropriate mixed-methods research with Indigenous communities and populations. The emphasis will be on conceptual issues and the development of research methodology to address both common and severe mental health problems and interventions. Specific topics will include: ethical issues in Indigenous health research; social, historical and transgenerational determinants of mental health; the role of indigenous identity in mental health, resilience and well-being; suicide prevention and mental health promotion; participatory research methods; evaluation of community-based mental health services; culturally-adapted interventions; and indigenous approaches to healing. Text: Kirmayer, L. J., & Valaskakis, G. G. (2009). Healing Traditions: The Mental Health of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. Vancouver: UBC Press. Course readings will be available online. For information regarding registration, please click on the following link.

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