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Artwork by Tema Okun, as shared on (divorcing) White Supremacy Culture

In January 2021, LWF and the Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective (LWIC) collaboratively created a reading club to grow our teams’ understanding of Indigenous perspectives and experiences, truth and reconciliation, treaty obligations, and the history and legacy of colonization. Though group discussions on shared readings, this reading club genuinely created a safe and brave space for personal and professional learning and reflection that hadn’t been possible in other workshops and trainings.

White Supremacy Culture – Still...

In January 2021, LWF and the Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective (LWIC) collaboratively created a reading club to grow our teams’ understanding of Indigenous perspectives and experiences, truth and reconciliation, treaty obligations, and the history and legacy of colonization. Though group discussions on shared readings, this reading club genuinely created a safe and brave space for personal and professional learning and reflection that hadn’t been possible in other workshops and trainings.

A Grandmother Begins the Story by Michelle Porter

During our group discussion of A Grandmother Begins...

In January 2021, LWF and the Lake Winnipeg Indigenous Collective (LWIC) collaboratively created a reading club to grow our teams’ understanding of Indigenous perspectives and experiences, truth and reconciliation, treaty obligations, and the history and legacy of colonization. Though group discussions on shared readings, this reading club genuinely created a safe and brave space for personal and professional learning and reflection that hadn’t been possible in other workshops and trainings.

Rehearsals for Living by Robyn Maynard and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

Our book club recently delved...

The LWF staff team is committed to sharing what we learn though professional development opportunities, in alignment with our values of continuous learning and accountability, and to advance our strategic goal of educating LWF staff, board, members and partners on treaty rights and responsibilities, anti-racism, environmental justice and the impacts of colonialism.

Claire, LWF’s Program Coordinator, attended the Black Leadership in Social Impact Summit in September 2023. She shares her learnings and reflections below.

The Black Leadership in Social Impact Summit was a two-day virtual...

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