Taotha Community School

Treaties

NOVEMBER 23-27 | NORDEGG

The students will work to dramatize the many issues that relate to Treaty 7. Some of the topics that classes might explore are what the Treaty meant to the Stoney peoples when they had to sign it, what the Treaty represents to the people today (We are all Treaty People), what it means to be the caretakers of the land in today’s society, the kinds of challenges that both Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples face in their relationships with one another, and exploring some of the hopes that Indigenous communities have for their future. We will involve local Elders and Knowledge Keepers when we are gathering our information and perspectives; in this way, we will involve our entire community in the conversation taking place.

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