Reanimating Storywork: Indigenous Elders’ Reflections on Leadership by Norma Rose Point

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2011
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xwmuthkwey’um Musqueam Elder Norma Rose Point discusses the importance of child rearing, caring for others, and traditional values in relation to leadership. Point elaborates on how she has surpassed experiences of racism, and how she has learnt to understand racism.

Themes: caring for others; role modelling; collective approach to leadership-intergenerational advisory; communication; positive self-concept; relationship to the land; racism; perseverance; practice, training; caring for health; learning life skills; community building; service contributing; child rearing; democracy
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