Reanimating Storywork: Indigenous Elders’ Reflections on Leadership by Shane Pointe (Ti' te-in)

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Date created: 
2011
Keywords: 
Leadership
Elders
Interview
Oral tradition
xwmuthkwey’um Musqueam
UBC First Nations House of Learning
Education
Language
Cultural roles
Family
Abstract: 

xwmuthkwey’um Musqueam Elder Shane Pointe (Ti' te-in) discusses how being a good follower is key to being a good leader. Additionally, he discusses the importance of family and cultural roles in establishing leadership skills, and how colonialism has changed Indigenous leadership and communities.

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English
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Shane Pointe (Ti' te-in)
Contributor: 
Alannah Young-Leon
SFU Indigenous Student Centre
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