This membership is for providers who offer direct services to Indigenous client. Providers will have the opportunity to promote their Culturally Committed identity via printed, physical, and digital resources, and will have access to client feedback that can be utilized to improve the cultural safety of their practice.
Please send an email to email@example.com to learn about our Dedicated Learning Circles.
If you are interested in our workshops but aren't ready to commit to a Membership,
you can choose to register for a Culturally Committed Workshop Series.
(Workshop Series are INCLUDED in the Membership)
George Harris Jr.
Stz'uminus First Nation
Join us on June 21st, Indigenous Peoples' Day, for a special webinar hosted by George Harris Jr. of the Stz'uminus First Nation, where he will share his insights on the importance of relationality with Indigenous peoples. George will be presenting in the oral tradition, in dialogue with Ashley Lessard of the Klahoose First Nation, navigating topics on the impacts of colonial history on Indigenous peoples, and how to move forward in a meaningful way through building and healing relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples. George will discuss the difference between what harmful, exploitative interactions and healthy, meaningful relationships look like. This informative session will provide an opportunity for anyone interested in pursuing allyship to engage with topics of reconciliation on Indigenous Peoples' Day in a purposeful way.
"...Elders talk about how you never go to visit someone empty handed, meaning when you go to ask someone a question, you'd bring them an offering. A fish, a blanket, some beads, something."
Jared Qwustenuxun Williams
Knowledge Keeper, Unceded Quw'utson Territory
At Culturally Committed, we are determined to do this work in a good way. This is why all of our workshop contributors receive compensation, and honorariums are provided to our incredible Mentors.