Conversations on Anti-Racism: Indigenous Cultural Safety presented by Len Pierre

Conversations on Anti-Racism, a week of meaningful dialogue to amplify diverse voices & inspire better allyship, is taking place virtually on March 14 to 18, 2022. Every day will have a different speaker & topic. Monday’s theme was Indigenous Cultural Safety, presented by Len Pierre. See the full presentation below. 

Topic: Conversation on Anti-Racism, Indigenous Cultural Safety

Date: Mar 14, 2022 09:04 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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More about the speaker, Len Pierre

Len Pierre is Coast Salish from Katzie (kate-zee) First Nation. Len is an educator, consultant, TEDx Speaker, social activist, traditional knowledge keeper, and cultural practitioner. He just completed his Masters of Education degree from Simon Fraser University focusing on curriculum and instructional design. His experience includes Indigenous education and program leadership from various health organizations including the First Nations Health Authority, Fraser Health Authority, and the Canadian Centre for Mental Health and Addiction. As an agent for change, Len leads and advises for systemic transformation in universities across North America. He specializes in the development of educational programs and services with decolonization and reconciliation as its core values. He comes to us with an open heart and open mind and hopes to be received in the same way.

Author: SurreyLIP