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Is the Revolution Really Over? Next, We Can Decolonize Ourselves and Our Education, With Insights From Indigenous Wisdom - Shared screen with speaker view
Heather MacTaggart
10:35
Hi I can't turn on video/sound now but, Heather MacTaggart from Toronto. The lake at my cottage (and all bodies of water) for peace and connection to everything.
Erin
14:26
@Deb - We do not even cut our lawn until the Monarch’s have migrated through each year. They are so inspiring!
Lori Crockett
15:20
My mic is not working - I am Lori and I live in Mt Shasta, CA (though I’m in the suburbs of LA right now). I love trees and flowers, especially sunflowers. Trees - Rooted, connected in community and flexible. Flowers represent color, beauty, and smell.
Lori Crockett
16:31
some cats love water…
Clara Charlotte Bichon
17:35
true main coons do!
John Gundayao
21:46
hi, I have my video and audio off as I'm watching another workshop too. i wanted to mention I connect with clouds. i love overcast days
deborourke
24:09
My internet is unstable so you may lose me at some point.
Heather MacTaggart
27:49
Colonized thinking is the belief that there is one right way to look at things (generally whoever is in powers way)
Erin
28:23
That all students have to do the same things at the same time to get to the same outcome.
Erin
28:32
Like reading!!
deborourke
29:40
Imposition of will on the bodies and lives of others.The use of people, beings and places as fodder for people and cultures that don’t love or respect them.
Lori Crockett
34:21
socioeconomic hierarchy - the caste system
Karen Golden
35:05
I am reading Braiding Sweetgrass which speaks to this as well.
Denise
45:35
name of that book?
Guilhem LS
45:52
Sand talk :)
Clara Charlotte Bichon
46:17
by Tyson Yunkaporta
Karen Golden
52:26
Such an amazing story about paying attention. In colonized thinking the teacher points out what is important to pay attention to. At a young age children seek the guidance of a teacher to know what they should notice.
Ronald Christensen
58:17
what is the order of learning things you're referring to again? Act, Connect, Listen, Respect?
Karen Golden
01:09:23
A book that speaks about this is The Contiuum Concept
Dee Hoyano, Island Health MHO
01:10:57
Forgiveness from some indigenous perspectives seems to be different from colonizer perspective. What apologies mean, what reparations mean, what is acceptable for groups who are victims.
Denise
01:12:07
I'd like you to speak again and expand on the template of perfection
Heather MacTaggart
01:15:18
An incredible novel that discuss this in the form of a wonderful story is: Ishmael (and the follow up which is more education related, My Ishmael.) By Daniel Quinn. Amazingly good reads. Changed my life.
Elmarie Hyman
01:17:45
I have to run to a meeting, but thanks so much for all the great sharing and book suggestions
Heather MacTaggart
01:17:50
Thank you!
Karen Golden
01:17:53
Your talk has really made me think. Thank you!!
Lori Crockett
01:18:13
much appreciation and gratitude!!!
Denise
01:18:48
hi heidi!
Derry Hannam
01:20:29
Thanks Micki - lovely.
Guilhem LS
01:28:01
I must go, thanks a lot again, greetings to Lyman !
deborourke
01:31:03
Thank you Micki. Thanks everyone.
deborourke
01:32:51
Thank you Erin. Much needed.
Lori Crockett
01:49:23
thanks!