Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Leadnow.ca - À l'Action
275 followers -
Leadnow.ca is an independent community that brings Canadians together to hold government accountable, deepen our democracy and take action for the common good.
Leadnow.ca is an independent community that brings Canadians together to hold government accountable, deepen our democracy and take action for the common good.

275 followers
About
Posts

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
This video provides an overview of Leadnow's Reform Act campaign and step-by-step instructions on how to use CallFire.

Post has attachment
This video provides an overview of the Reform Act and step-by-step instructions on how to use CallFire

Post has attachment
This training provides a brief overview of the Reform Act campaign and provides step-by-step instructions on using CallFire. 

Post has attachment
This coming Tuesday, join us for the fifth and final Skills for Solidarity Panel: Where do we go from here? The panel will be live-streamed at http://www.leadnow.ca/skills-for-solidarity/live

This panel wraps up the five-part online Skills for Solidarity webinar series. We will explore questions to keep asking ourselves as we engage in the work of renewing the relationship between Indigenous Peoples and non-Indigenous Peoples in Canada and we'll hear about opportunities for connecting with campaigns and organizations that are doing this workt. 

We're thrilled that Dr. Lynn Gehl, Jessica Bolduc, Crystal Lameman and Clayton Thomas-Muller will be joining us as panelists.

To watch the panel, go to http://www.leadnow.ca/skills-for-solidarity/live

The previous panels are all available on the Skills for Solidarity website at http://www.leadnow.ca/skills-for-solidarity. It is not necessary to watch them before joining this panel.

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
In this panel, we will explore the shared history between Indigenous nations and the Canadian state as a way to start understanding colonialism as a system that marginalizes and assimilates whole groups of people. A history of Indigenous resistance will also be woven into this module. We will walk away from this panel with a broader understanding of how we are all connected to our shared history.
Wait while more posts are being loaded