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National Webinar: Indigenous Gender Diversity

18 September

12pm to 1pm EDT (10am to 11am MDT)

 

Indigenous Gender Diversity will delve into traditional teachings on the diverse roles people of varying genders participated in within their communities. Two-spirit and LGBTQ+ Indigenous workers and job seekers experience many barriers in the workplace. This webinar will cover two-spirit identity, ways we can be more inclusive towards two-spirit people in the workplace, and how to empower the two-spirit community to overcome societal barriers to access resources and supports.

 

Gabriel Castilloux Calderón (they/them) is nij-manidowag (two-spirit) Mi’kmaq, Algonquin, Scottish and French Canadian. They currently thrive in Cree/Blackfoot/Salteaux/Nakota Sioux Treaty 6 territory (Edmonton). Gabriel is actively involved in several different forms of traditional indigenous culture and ceremony, as a drummer, and a grass, jingle and buffalo dancer, and proudly celebrates an addiction-free life. Gabriel is an author, slam poet, artist and musician. They have a BSW from Carleton University, a diploma in herbology and a diploma in addictions, they have also been a workshop educator for over ten years.

 

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