FREE Reconciliation Workshop with Brad Marsden
January 29, 2019
6:30 pm
9:30 pm
Anvil Centre Room 417, 777 Columbia Street

Ages 14+
Join us for a free, powerful experiential workshop to help understand the collective trauma that impacts Native people throughout North America’s history. Participants will better understand how feelings such as fear, shame, learned helplessness, and anger infiltrated Native communities and led to the disempowering behaviours and social conditions that we see today. With this change in perception, by having experienced these impacts during the workshop, participants will have an accurate understanding of why Native people see, think, feel and behave the way they do.

Register by phone 604-527-4640 or online with barcode # 21314

About Brad Marsden
Brad Marsden is from the Gitksan Nation in British Columbia, Canada. He is a Residential School Counselor and Facilitator. Brad has a Wellness Counselor certificate as well as training in SafeTalk and Suicide Intervention at the Crisis Centre of BC.
Brad Marsden’s Blog: fireacrosstheland.blogspot.ca

We acknowledge the support of the BC Arts Council.

Details

Date:
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Time:
6:30 pm
9:30 pm
Organizer:
New Westminster Museum & Archives
Cost:
Free

Location

Anvil Centre Room 417, 777 Columbia Street