Strengthening Indigenous Women’s Leadership: A Change Lab

We're seeking Indigenous women to join our Strengthening Indigenous Women's Leadership Change Lab

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Hello from the Righting Relations’ Indigenous Women’s Leadership Change Lab! We are so excited to share that we are seeking additional members from the Central and Western parts of Turtle Island who may be interested in sharing their knowledge with other members. Your membership in the IWL Change lab means participation in valuable conversations as we navigate towards matriarchal ways of knowing and being. Members are invited to all of our meetings and events, but attendance is not mandatory.

At this time, we do have a consistent group of about 10 members but its primarily members from the Eastern Hub.

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We are also calling out to 60’s Scoopers to join a circle as part of the larger Indigenous Women’s Leadership Change Lab. The purpose of this group is to allow 60’s Scoopers to share their experiences and opinions together, recognizing that they have an absolutely different perspective from others who have resided in a first nation community.

If you’re interested in joining the Indigenous Women’s Change Lab or its 60’s Scooper circle, please email Karen Bernard at for details!