Saturday, April 29, 2017

Coast Protectors- Live #ClimateMarch Vancouver




When our land is under attack
What do we do
Stand up fight back

When our water is under attack
What do we do
Stand up fight back














Friday, April 28, 2017

Langara Fine Arts Grad Show Photos & Video 2017

Hey everyone, so sorry this late going up.

Today is the last day of the Fine Arts portion of the Langara Grad Show so be sure to pop in for a minute and check it out for yourself.  Amazing work
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2017/04/langara-pop-up-grad-april-20-28-fine.html

Langara College
Creative Arts & Industries Pop-Up Gallery
http://langara.ca/news-and-events/events-calendar/170327-pop-up-gallery.html

I will add all credits asap. Thanks for your patience.

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017


Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017
Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017
Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017



Please read more here
Here are a few related blogposts I have done.


also Vicki Stewart- this will be corrected shortly


https://mylangaratrccarvingjourney.blogspot.ca/2017/04/ceremony-passing-panels-responisibility.html

https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2017/04/we-did-it-langara-carving4reconciliatio.html



Panels created by the Reconciliation Carving Cohort- Photo by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Salmon Carving Design by Aaron Nelson Moody ©Langara 
Photo by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Salmon Carving Design by Aaron Nelson Moody ©Langara 
Photo by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Salmon Carving Design by Aaron Nelson Moody ©Langara 
Photo by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

CLIMATE MARCH APRIL 29TH-Moment, Mission, Sacred Duty

PROGRAM




 Repost from here:https://www.facebook.com/events/1884893518460482/

Opening Rally in Creekside Park next to Science World followed by March ending at Vancouver Library Main Branch.

March Route: https://goo.gl/maps/H8rtmQavYEp

On the traditional, unceded, occupied territories of the səlil̓wətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations.

SPEAKERS
MC - Ally Calladine, Climate Convergence

Coast Salish Welcome -  
Charlene Aleck, Tsleil-waututh Sacred Trust Initiative
Kanahus Manuel - Secwepemc Warrior
Helesia Luke - Green Jobs BC
Nour Enayeh - Syrian Refugee Support Worker and Muslim Community Activist
George Heyman - BC New Democratic Party MLA
David Wong - Green Party Candidate
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip - President, Union of BC Indian Chiefs

MUSICAL ACTS
Estea Elements and DJ KRec
Phono Pony http://www.phonopony.com/

People's Climate Movement - Canada
https://peoplesclimatecanada.ca/
https://www.facebook.com/PeopleClimateCanada/

Map of Global Sister Marches
https://peoplesclimate.org/sister-marches/

People's Climate Marches Across Canada
https://www.facebook.com/events/1674765592816957/

VOLUNTEER to help on the day of the March
https://actionnetwork.org/forms/april-29th-volunteer-list

DONATE to help us cover expenses like stage, sound, tent and equipment rentals, honorariums, promotion online and in print etc. https://www.gofundme.com/jobsjusticeclimate

ENDORSEMENTS
Organizations supporting this march:

Union of BC Indian Chiefs
Canadian Union of Postal Workers
Public Service Alliance of Canada - BC Region
United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union - Unifor
BC Teacher's Federation
Richmond Teacher's Association
Wilderness Committee
Greenpeace
West Coast Environmental Law
Lead Now
Stand.earth
350 Vancouver
Force of Nature Alliance
Sierra Club BC
Dogwood Initiative
Burnaby Residents Opposing Kinder Morgan Expansion (BROKE)
Pipe UP Network
Canada Philippines Solidarity for Human Rights
Join Eid Joy Committee
Welcome Ramadan Committee
Unitarian Church of Vancouver Social Justice and Environment Committees
Earthkeepers: Christians for Climate Justice
KAIROS Metro Vancouver
FightC
Vancouver Eco-socialists
International Socialists
Patagonia Vancouver
Socialist Alternative
Our Revolution Vancouver
Evoke BC
Protect Our Winters
Fire This Time
BC Sustainable Energy Association - Vancouver Chapter

Is your organization interested in supporting this event?

Please read the "Why We're Marching" statement below and contact Program and Outreach coordinator​ : Eric Lescarbeau at redricoseoul@gmail.com

Why We're Marching (https://peoplesclimatecanada.ca/)

On April 29th we will be in the streets across Canada, in solidarity with the march in Washington, DC (https://peoplesclimate.org/), to show the world and our leaders that we will resist fossil fuel projects and policies that attack our people, our communities and our planet.

We will come together from across Canada to strengthen our movement and prepare for the struggles ahead. We will demonstrate our power and resistance in cities and towns across the country. We will bring our solutions to the climate crisis and the problems that affect our communities to our political leaders to demand Real Change, not broken promises and empty rhetoric.

We invite you to join the Peoples Climate Movement on Saturday, April 29th as we march to:

· Advance solutions to the climate crisis that are rooted in racial, social and economic justice and committed to protecting front-line communities and workers.

· Protect our right to clean air, water, land, healthy communities and a world at peace.

· Demand recognition of Indigenous Sovereignty, respect for existing Treaties and the right of First Nations to Free, Prior and Informed Consent for all projects on their traditional and unceded territories.

· Immediately take steps to support immigrants, refugees and communities of color and LGBTQ2I communities impacted by the attacks on them south of the border and by the dislocation caused by global climate change

· Ensure public funds and investments create good paying green jobs that provide a family-sustaining wage and benefits and preserve workers’ rights, including the right to unionize.

· Fund investments in our communities, people and environment to transition to a new clean and renewable energy economy that works for all.

· Protect our basic rights to a free press, protest and free speech

March with us on April 29th as we come together to resist and march for our families, our communities and our planet.

For general inquiries: climateconvergence604@gmail.com

See also
https://www.facebook.com/CoastProtectors/

 https://www.facebook.com/CoastProtectors/
https://www.facebook.com/events/421114064935511/


Related Links
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/10/kiss-super-natural-british-columbia.html




#SaveMyCoast

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017
http://savemycoast.blogspot.ca/

March for your children's children and your great grandchildren's children...look 7 generations ahead...what are you leaving for them...what do you want their world to be like.

We can change.
Be the Changerz.
https://www.pinterest.com/zipolita/the-changerz/
http://thechangerzz.blogspot.ca/2014/03/hello-welcome-changerz.html
http://thechangerz.blogspot.ca/

https://mylangaratrccarvingjourney.blogspot.ca/2016/11/justin-trudeau-can-you-hear-us-now.html

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Langara- Pop-Up Grad - April 20-28- FINE ARTS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QClMttFfs6E

Langara College
Creative Arts & Industries Pop-Up Gallery
http://langara.ca/news-and-events/events-calendar/170327-pop-up-gallery.html

Date: Mar 27, 2017 to May 19, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Location: Main Foyer, Building A, Langara College, 100 West 49th Avenue

http://langara.ca/news-and-events/events-calendar/170327-pop-up-gallery.html

Check out the Creative Arts Pop-Up Grad Gallery from March 27 to May 19, 2017. The exhibits will feature some of the best student work from Art History, Design Formation, Film Arts, Fine Arts, Journalism, Professional Photography, and Publishing.

The exhibition and reception events are free to attend, so come out to check out the rotating exhibits every week.

March 27-31: Film Arts
Our students will demonstrate fight choreography scenes throughout the week.

March 27-31: Art History

April 6-13: Design Formation
This year's show, UNFOLD, displays a range of student projects from graphic design to exhibition and interior space design.
Opening night April 6, 6:00 pm

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April 20-28: Fine Arts
An impressive selection of students' drawing, sculpture, painting, design, digital design, ceramics, and prints.
Opening night April 20, 7:00 pm


Hopefully all goes smoothly and the panels created by Reconciliation Carving Cohort will be displayed. 

Please come to the opening if you wish to see it and learn more about carvings, students and the motivation behind it.. 

Here are a few related blogposts I have done. 
https://mylangaratrccarvingjourney.blogspot.ca/2017/04/ceremony-passing-panels-responisibility.html 

https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2017/04/we-did-it-langara-carving4reconciliatio.html 

If you are curious about my Reconciliation Carving Journey you may wish to check out my blogpost. It starts here... https://mylangaratrccarvingjourney.blogspot.ca/2016/09/the-energy-was-bigger-than-us.html 

 Panels created by the Reconciliation Carving Cohort- Photo by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Carvings for Reconciliation.
One panel honors the  murdered and missing indigenous women. One panel honors the children who never returned home from residential school, or who came home forever changed... 
#mmiw #carving4reconciliation


Women Are Sacred - Artist Zipolita
 Carving & Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017
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May 1-5: Professional Photography
Featuring our students' creative imagery spanning portraiture, commercial, and editorial genres.
Opening night May 2, 6:30 pm

May 8-12: Publishing
Publishing students present the latest issue of our annual publication showcasing the best in student writing, photography, and design.

May 15-19: Journalism
Our students demonstrate their versatility reporting across media platforms including newspaper, online, magazines, radio, and television broadcasting.

Gallery Hours
Mon-Fri: 9:00am - 10:00pm
Sat-Sun: 9:00am - 7:00pm

Related Link
Creative Arts & Industries Pop-Up Gallery
http://langara.ca/news-and-events/events-calendar/170327-pop-up-gallery.html

Friday, April 14, 2017

SOS- Vote ABC- Easy as 1-2-3- Goodbye CC

 It's up to us to Save Our Selves, Save Our Souls...

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Have a great song! Record it and share it, I will post it here!

Yes, let's make more of these...and it's time for songs. Music. Lots of Music.
Sing! Sing your hearts out.

Let us tell CC why she needs to leave for her #CrimesAgainstHumanity

You make and share them and I will post them.

Do it for #SocialJustice #EnvironmentalJustice
Do it for our #Children #EndPoverty #EndHomelessness
Do it for the #Environment  #SaveMyCoast #Salmon #FishFarmsGetOut #Green
Do it for #Reconciliation and help the #Indigenous people have #Justice
Do it for #Women #WomenAreSacred #Culture #Language
Do it for #Peace #Love #Harmony
 
Why should politicians make $150,000  and some CEO's make $350,000 and mom's with kids  survive on less than $10,000...we need #BasicIncome right now and I think all the politicians need to donate their salary to #Women #Reconciliation #Education #Healing #Indigenous

Let's do a little memory review shall we. Remember a while back I said "KEEP TRACK OF THAT MONEY!" Well where is that money...Remember the  $5 billion that the Foreign housing tax and it was going to save everything. I am having a hard time finding that info...it's all buried...remember the next we heard was we could have $250 million for housing. Why couldn't we have ALL that money.


We need #housing #gardens #knowledge from #Elders #KnowledgeKeepers #survivalskills #Healers. Now is the time to go green and stop with the oil and plastic, we need to Save Our Salmon, Save Our Forest, Save Our Selves because Christy Clark has repeatedly proven she does not care...






If you want inspiration and a stroll down memory lane...here you go.
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/stephen-harper-protest-songs-you-may.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/stephen-harper-protest-songs-you-may_21.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/part-3-stephen-harper-protest-songs.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/part-4-stephen-harper-protest-songs.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/part-5-stephen-harper-protest-songs.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/part-6-stephen-harper-protest-songs.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/part-7-stephen-harper-protest-songs.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/part-8-stephen-harper-protest-songs.html

Songs that have inspired me
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/pt-1-great-songs-that-have-inspired-me.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/pt-2-great-songs-that-have-inspired-me.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/02/pt-3-great-songs-that-have-inspired-me.html

Related links
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2015/11/poverty-in-bc-where-is-social-justice.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/03/why-poverty-in-bc-canada-is-complex.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2012/01/video-poverty-journey-by-mla-jagrup.html 
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2017/03/bc-childcare-crisis-has-existed-15.html 
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/11/teachers-federation-of-bc-wins-in.html 
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/03/vancouver-city-we-need-to-grow-our-own.html 
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/04/bc-needs-law-that-bans-commissions-from.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/04/you-must-hear-sharon-venne-speak.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/04/why-we-need-green-walls-and-green-roofs.html

 




A Bird's Eye View of Child Poverty in BC from Selin Jessa on Vimeo.




We need a Singing Revolution from Mexico to Canada.
 https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/11/we-need-singing-revolution-mexico-to.html 

 Rock Candy Revolution
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2011/05/rock-candy-revolution-tedxtalks.html



Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017
#NoPipelines
#NoLNG
#WaterIsLife
#MniWiconi
#SaveMyCoast
#CoastProtectors
#FishFarmsGetOut
#PowersOfKnow

Monday, April 10, 2017

Listen to "HIDE & SEEK" // N’we Jinan- Surrey BC

This had me crying like a baby. I have been very emotional since Friday. Letting go of a lot of stuff. It's all good. This so beautiful. I just love it so much.

Remember me talking about a Singing Revolution from Mexico to Canada. This is what I am talking about. Come together! Find each other. Learn about the past. Work for a better future.

To all the people who created this. My heart is full. I raise my hands to you.Migweech, Hoy chexw'a, Gracias, Thank you, Merci!!

Published on Mar 29, 2017

Song written, recorded and filmed with high school students selected from the Surrey School District Board in Surrey, British Columbia.

DOWNLOAD on ITUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/hide-seek-single/id1219143856

For more information:

http://www.nwejinan.com

Video by http://www.dreimedia.com

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SONG CREDITS: Andrea Troy-Lopez, Calista Robinson, Theresa Henderson, Alex Sanders, Violet Nelson, Justin Sisson, Ayo Lado &; Reggie Hall.

Produced by David Hodges & Milan Boronell

Special thanks to Heidi Wood and Nadine McSpadden of the Surrey School District Board.

FOLLOW US:

FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/nwejinan

SOUNDCLOUD: http://www.soundcloud.com/nwejinan

Media inquiries: nwejinan@gmail.com



The N’we Jinan Tour is a music initiative
that brings a mobile recording studio and a video production team into schools and youth centres across First Nation and Native American communities. The program offers youth the chance to create an original song and music video that explores relevant issues and topics while promoting positive messaging, community engagement and collective voice.
http://nwejinan.com/


Related Links
https://mylangaratrccarvingjourney.blogspot.ca/2017/04/ceremony-passing-panels-responisibility.html

https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2017/04/we-did-it-langara-carving4reconciliatio.html

http://www.firstvoices.com/en/Halqemeylem/words
https://mylangaratrccarvingjourney.blogspot.ca/2016/11/learning-skwxwu7mesh-language-more.html 
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/11/we-need-singing-revolution-mexico-to.html

Why aren't the teaching Indigenous languages  at high school, elementary school..??????
Songs are a great way. Drumming, teachings..



Huy chexw
Huy chexw a
Chen kw'enmántumi
Chet kw'enmántumi
Chen kw'enmántumiyap
Chet kw'enmántumiyap

Sunday, April 9, 2017

Halt, Housing & Grilled Cheese $50 Grand Fundraiser TODAY!


I am just so exhausted from Friday I can't make it to either of these. If you can, Please Go!! Show your support. Make videos and I will share them. So proud of everyone working together and speaking up!! And using art to make there voices heard. I am with you in spirit. I was there last year when we got this puppy rolling...with the Sleepover at City Hall and the Empty Condo lottery

https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/06/housing-justice-now-city-hall-sleepover.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/03/vancouver-empty-condo-lottery.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/05/vancouver-city-hall-sleep-over-youre.html
https://tinawinterlik.blogspot.ca/2016/05/ideas-for-sleep-over-at-city-hall.html 





WHAT: #SuperPlate, a $50,000-per-plate fundraising event to help advance the HALT agenda to the incumbent government (see the end).

WHEN: 1:30-3:00 pm on Sunday, April 9, 2017

WHERE: Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG), 750 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2H7

The event will be held on open public ground of the VAG, on Robson St. side.

WHO:
Invited attendees (not yet confirmed):
• The Honourable Christina Joan “Christy” CLARK, Premier of British Columbia
• The Honourable Rich COLEMAN, Minister Responsible for Housing and Deputy Premier of British Columbia


CONFIRMED speakers:

Mr. Paul DOROSHENKO, Vancouver lawyer who in March 2017 sued the BC Liberals for spending taxpayer funds on BC Liberal attack ads

Mr. Glen CHERNEN, Financial analyst who recently blew the lid off BC Housing’s $39m loan to a luxury condo pre-sale project marketed by The King of Grilled Cheese.

Mr. Dermod TRAVIS, Executive Director of IntegrityBC who recently helped to expose the issue on political donations to our government.

Ms. Beverly HO, Activist with the Chinatown Concern Group, a citizens group working to counter the destruction of Vancouver’s Chinatown by property developers.

Event Description:
Like a BC super PAC, HALT Vancouver will host an exclusive fundraiser to advance our agenda to the incumbent political party (Today’s BC Liberals). To keep up with the tradition of “cash for access” set out by our political leaders, we have set the price of the VIP ticket for this exclusive event at $50,000 CAD per plate, cash only.

 The honorable guests who paid for the entry will enjoy an exquisite meal of grilled cheese sandwich in a small, velvet rope enclosed, VIP area in the presence of our Honourable Premiere Christy Clark and Minister Responsible for Housing Rich Coleman (we will provide an update when we receive confirmed RSVP from them). During this exquisite meal, the VIP guests who paid the $50,000 will be able to advance any and all of his agenda to the most elite of our provincial political hierarchy.




Saturday, April 8, 2017

We did it! Langara #Carving4Reconciliation panels complete!

So we did it! I couldn't make up my mind where to post first to share our wonderful news!!

Yesterday was the completion of our responsibility in creating, designing, carving, caring for the red cedar panels and the yellow cedar circles.

Since September 2016 when I won a Carving Award to attend Langara's Reconciliation Carving Cohort, 17 brave souls have been learning and carving together from Justin Wilson, Aaron Nelson Moody, Shane Pointe and many other beautiful souls to create these sacred panels.

Langara was given a sacred name https://mylangaratrccarvingjourney.blogspot.ca/2016/09/musqueam-naming-ceremony-for-langara.html



These sacred pieces were created to honor the children of the Residential Schools who never came home and those Survivors who live with the trauma the rest of their lives and also honor the Missing and Murdered Indigenous women.

This has been a very difficult journey. One I find so hard to put into words.
We had our ceremony yesterday..I had to speak and it was so hard to voice anything of the billions of thoughts racing through my mind. I just told everyone I loved them.

It was such a beautiful ceremony...I cried through nearly all of it.

It is really hard to explain and so I won't try. Garwin Sanford is working on a documentary so we will see how that all goes.

I am going to make a video too but right now I am so exhausted from so much emotion.

"Just know that some people said we shouldn't do this, some thought we couldn't do it, but we have shown everyone we can! "


We have demonstrated that people of all backgrounds and beliefs can come together and work together to try right wrongs. We can acknowledge the terrible truths and we were all witnesses and now we must work with the education systems and all social networks to share the truths and help those who don't know, to  understand the evilness of the past (and present) and help those suffering to cope. There is still so much work to be done but this is a baby step in the right direction.


Here's some photos.

Carvings for Reconciliation.
One panel honors the  murdered and missing indigenous women. One panel honors the children who never returned home from residential school, or who came home forever changed... 
#mmiw #carving4reconciliation

I will add the names of the artists/carvers  to pieces in a bit.  Just so you understand the piece. In the center is a design by Aaron Nelson Moody http://splashingeagle.ca/ it is of salmon and all they represent with there struggle to survive and being a life source and life giver. Each of our cohort created a piece to represent themselves. The panel represents all of us. One heart, one mind. Nautsamat!! We are one!

Sacred Panels honoring the ch

Me and some of my Carving Buddies!



Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017


Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Represents the Missing- Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017




Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Represents the Missing- Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017
Shane Pointe - from Musqueam and Squamish Nations put Red Ochre on our hands and told us wash our hands. It was very sacred. We then placed our hands on the panels and pushed/shifted the panels to Langara College and the witness saw and heard them take "responsibility " of our sacred work honoring the missing and murdered women and the children of the residential schools.

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Photography by Tina Winterlik aka Zipolita © 2017

Sacred Panel Honoring the Missing and Murdered Women
There were many lovely guests and witnesses and when I get permission from everyone I will share their photos with you. Sending out love and light to you all.


Related links:
You can follow my journey on my blog https://mylangaratrccarvingjourney.blogspot.ca/
https://www.interestingshit.com/culture/canadian-residential-schools/
http://www.trc.ca/.../Exec_Summary_2015_05_31_web_o.pdf