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Join us for our second circle, in celebration of the rich history of the local Jewish community, at Temple Beth Ora.
Join us for our first Paint the Rails Circle, in celebration of Black History Month, with the Shiloh Baptist Church!
YEG Dignity Presents Do The Rights Thing, a quarterly film screening exploring human rights issues, locally and across Canada.
Grade 4 students at Garneau Elementary and the John Humphrey Centre engaged in three collaborative learning sessions from the YEG Dignity toolkit. The end result was a beautiful Buddy Bench
Our concept for this mural is to represent animals who used to live here in more abundance, before Edmonton grew so big. We decided to include the black bear, sturgeon, woodpecker, beaver, buffalo, and the wolf; all of them will be connected by the river as a source of life.
Our discussion touched upon the differences between worldviews that value the land/water/animals as sacred teachers/relatives and and those that don’t. Hopefully this mural can help to honour the former, and contribute to shifting the conversation.
Join the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights and the Kohkom Kisewatisiwin Society in the launch of Returning Home along with stories from the Kohkom’s teaching Calendar.
Edmontonians are invited to interact with artists Carla Taylor and Dana Belcourt during the live painting of the first “Paint the Rails” mural, Returning Home.