Kwe kwe, After initiating this thread of posts on my experiences in university, this is the first thing that has come to mind. I was raised by a multi-generational family … Continue readingTired of just reading and writing!
Kwe Sewakwé:kon, It has been difficult for me to get in the habit of posting regularly but I have emerged from the comfort of my quiet life to share some … Continue readingFirst Post – Grad Studies Topic
Today was my last official day at the Kahnawà:ke Education Center office as the Skátne Enionkwaió’ten Community Language Plan Coordinator. As a member of Tewaharátat Tsi Niionkwarihò:ten (community language & … Continue readingMy last official day with Skátne Enionkwaió’ten
On April 26, 2018, our team based at the Kahnawà:ke Education Center working under the project title, Skátne Enionkwaió’ten “We will all work together” launched a five-year strategic plan for … Continue readingCommunity Language Plan Coordinator, Skátne Enionkwaió’ten
So it’s been difficult to add the posts and pages that I have planned for she walks about but I have been busy! I am currently the Skátne Enionkwaió’ten Language … Continue readingSkátne Enionkwaió’ten – Why I’ve been so quiet!!
It takes some courage to present an idea to a business or organization. I was nervous to approach Concordia’s Hive Café Solidarity Cooperative but I tracked down the coordinator at … Continue readingLaunching Solidarity Food Movement at Concordia’s Hive!
In my last post I explained what happened with a classmate at Concordia who was basically silently starving on campus. I met several others who had similar stories, some who … Continue readingThe Sting of Shame & New Ideas
So what are the backstories that led to the development of Solidarity Food Movement? Students facing food insecurity! Here’s one story that started me on this path. It happened a few … Continue readingBack Story (Solidarity Food Movement)
In 2016, I was a student in Satoshi Ikeda’s Food & Sustainability class at Concordia University. Satoshi encouraged students to get hands-on experience as volunteers in the local social food … Continue readingSolidarity Food Movement
Wa’tkwanonhwerá:ton (My mind greets all of yours)! Here we go! Anyone that knows me well knows that despite the organizing and community work I engage in, I am a private … Continue readingWa’tkwanonhwerá:ton!