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Walk and Learn

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High Park

Join us on a guided land-based learning walk through High Park, in celebration of Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day!

This High Park walk, lead by Carolynne Crawley, will share indigenous perspectives that foster reciprocal relations with the lands, waters, and all beings, and discuss the importance of reconcilling with the land. Opportunities for relflection will be created by breaking down capitalistic and colonial ways of thinking which can disconnect people from the Earth. 

Carolynne Crawley is the founder of Msit No’kmaq ("All my Relations") and the cofounder of Turtle Protectors in High Park. She is a woman of  Mi'kmaw, Black and Irish ancestry, from Mi’kma’ki territory, also known today as Nova Scotia. Tkaronto has been her home for 50 years. Carolynne grew up with a deep connection with the land and beings, which was nurtured through her family and cultural teachings. Carolynne is dedicated to social and environmental justice and is passionate about reconnecting people with the land, waters, and all beings. Learn more about Carolynne and Msit No'Kmaq on their website

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