ANNOUNCING: Seeking Mino-Bimaadiziwin Show/Workshop Series
A multi-media workshop & comedy show series created to inspire cultural revitalization, approach decolonization & encourage reconciliation in ourselves, our families, our communities & our Nations.
Ryan McMahon (Anishinaabe/Métis) presents the "Seeking Mino-Bimaadiziwin" workshop & comedy show series - now being booked for the Winter of 2016. Seeking Mino-Bimaadiziwin (meaning "seeking the good life" in Anishinaabemowin) is designed to address the intergeneration effects of Residential School, the ongoing effects of colonialism & the loss of cultural systems in our communities.
THIS IS HOW IT WORKS
The workshop series itself is flexible and can be booked for single session, single day or multiple day engagements and each workshop is individually tailored to me your communities needs.
Depending on the duration of the workshop (determined through consultation with the community) the workshop series will feature multi-media presentations, games & icebreakers, individual, group & community work with the intent of building positive momentum towards decolonization, reconciliation & cultural revitalization.
Upon completion, the host community will have the necessary direction from participants to engage in a community action plan & activity strategy to implement at the community level as a way to bring community based solutions to its health & wellness.
It all closes with a community comedy show headlined by Ryan McMahon.
AREAS OF FOCUS: healing, community, leadership, empowerment, cultural revitalization, decolonization, reconciliation
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Youth, Elders, community organization, community leadership.