The SFSS Women’s Centre and the Graduate Student Society invite you to join a warm conversation circle to celebrate International Women’s Day. Let’s initiate a conversation on how to find practices and actions to decolonize our relationships and find solidarity within our communities.
Kim Haxton, IndigenEYEZ co-founder is going to facilitate the circle. Kim has two decades of experience doing wilderness therapy and leadership development with aboriginal youth. After 20 years studying with indigenous healers from Nepal, Thailand, Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, Belize, Haiti, and North America, Kim has become deeply involved in the healing of community and individual. Kim’s extensive work in trauma counselling training has given her the opportunity to work hands-on with survivors of disaster, whether man-made or natural, whether immediate or ancestral. Kim is convinced of the power of individuals and communities to enact their own healing through decolonization and harmonizing with nature.