Bridging Communities: What does Truth & Reconciliation mean for us?
Come to hear our guest speaker Michael Redhead Champagne, community leader and activist, for his presentation and participate in a moderated discussion on this timely topic.
As the founder of AYO! (Aboriginal Youth Opportunities), Michael is committed to a wide variety of important community initiatives including Meet Me at the Bell Tower, AYO Politix, ARROWS Youth Engagement Strategy, 13 Fires, Fearless R2W and Winnipeg Water Wednesday. Michael has served as president of North End Community Renewal Corporation, a board member for the Circle of Life Thunderbird House and is currently serving on the board for Marymound Inc. His committee work currently includes United Way of Winnipeg’s Council for Indigenous Relations and is an advisor to the Garden of Compassion initiative.
Michael has spent nearly two decades speaking out and leading by example. He takes a hopeful and solution-oriented approach to youth engagement, facilitation, community organizing and mobilization.
Michael is known for his straight up and heartfelt style that will leave you moved, inspired and ready for action.
Moderator: Dan Lett
This is the third event in our 3-part series for 2017-2018.
Disability accommodation available by advance request. No fee for support people.