It’s up to all of us, settlers especially, to educate ourselves and speak out on Canada’s long (and ongoing) history of systematic oppression of Indigenous peoples. Sierra Club BC is asking our friends and supporters to engage with several resources.
In honour of Indigenous People’s Day the SCBC Education team has created a four-page resource that invites you to engage with this day.
Today is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two Spirit people (MMIWG2S). Our hearts are with all the families who have not yet seen justice for their lost loved ones.
September 30 is the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. In honour of this, Sierra Club BC invites you to engage with a couple of resources.
You are on Indigenous territory in a place that has an Indigenous name. Start by learning about the place that you are in and the forests that you are worried about. Here are a few suggestions on how to start this path of discovery.
This webinar is an invitation to consider pathways into actively restoring a respectful relationship with the forests that sustain us all. Featuring Valine Brown, Darcy Lindberg, and Executive Director Hannah Askew.