Assembly of Seven Generations: Braiding Grassroots Wisdom
We want to acknowledge all the wisdom and knowledge that was shared with us during the creation of this toolkit from past, present and future Indigenous youth.
Chi-miigwech, kinanastomitanan to Nimkii Azibikoong Youth Collective, The Indigenous Support Project, Young Indigenous Women’s Utopia, Revitalizing Our Sustenance, Chokecherry Studios, Reclaiming Our Roots, Western Arctic Youth Collective, Stoney Nakoda Youth Council, Georgian Bay Anishinabek Youth (GBAY), Indigenous Harm Reduction, Fishing Lake Metis Settlement, Niizh Manidook Hide Camp, our hosts Shanese Steels, Reeta Koostachin and Quinn Mewasige, all the folks that tuned into the webinars and supported
behind the scenes.
Thank you to Assembly of Seven Generations (A7G) and everyone in its network for continuing the work of bringing communities together and working toward the implementation of TRC Call to Action 66. This work
continues for those that have left us too soon, those that needed community the most but could not find it and those that will need community now and in the future.
We would also like to thank the Youth Hope Fund and those that nominated A7G for this fund, a fund that was created from many years of advocacy of Indigenous youth and their supporters who hope to see an end to the
ongoing suicide and mental health crisis that affects so many Indigenous youth. This fund is administered by Indigenous Services Canada.
As well as Tewegan Aboriginal Housing who continues to support the ongoing work of A7G and made this toolkit possible.
Community work is never singular or individual. This toolkit is yet another example of what we can create together.
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