Join us for a movie and discussion as we honour the Algonquin Sacred Land, peoples and waterways!
The gathering will be opened by drumming and smudging.
“Sewatokwa’tshera’t - The Dish With One Spoon"
Dedicated to Women, Children and the Future Generations.
"On February 28th, 2006, a dedicated group of Six Nations women set in motion a series of events that would forever alter national and international consciousness about Indigenous land rights. This documentary provides an overview of the principles of the Haudenosaunee Great Law of Peace, early treaty arrangement verifying Six Nation' long-standing relationships to lands in the southern Ontario region, and subsequent nation-to-nation agreements made between the Crown and the Six Nations Confederacy."
We have all been traumatized from our past it is now time to walk as One in Nature and in Sacred Circles where there is no ego just the joy of sharing a unity of our diverse perspectives and souls to bring forth wisdom.
*Join us again on April 15th and May 20th for movies to inspire our intellect, hearts and souls.*
Kitchissippi United Church Hall
630 Island Park Drive, Ottawa
Turn left or right onto Byng St. before or after the Queensway overpass depending on whether your coming North or South on Island Park.