Our September 19 reconciliation lunch and learn with Lillian Howard is now online. If you weren't able to join our capacity crowd in person, please click the video above to experience Lillian's powerful story and her wisdom on the importance of reconciliation.
Lillian Howard is Mowachaht and is of Nuu-chah-nulth, Kwakwaka'wakw and Tlingit ancestry. She is an active Indigenous, social and environmental advocate. She works part-time with the PHSA Cultural Safety Framework team. Lillian is a co-chair of the Vancouver Urban Aboriginal Peoples Advisory Committee and a member of the Butterflies in Spirit dance group which raises awareness and education of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women/Girls and Men/Boys. Lillian is also the founder of the Uplifting Indigenous Families Fund which raises funds to assist families during and after the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. She is very involved in the reconciliation process.
You can still sign up to join us on September 24 in Vancouver at the Walk for Reconciliation. To sign up for our team, click here.