Treaty and Inherent rights and kinship responsibilities to guide all the children in a natural ethical way

Dale Saddleback is a member of the Samson Cree Nation but experienced early life on the Pigeon Lake Indian Reserve #138A. As a nehiyaw scholar, his research is about learning from mistakes of early settlers refusing the true possessors of knowledge of the land and reconciling with Mother Earth and Father Sky. This can be accomplished by and through the sustained ways of thinking, doing and being of the Indigenous peoples as exemplified by and through kehteyak (Traditional Life Ceremonial Elders).

Don’t miss his talk as part of the Building Connections: Mobilizing Indigenous Histories for Social Change Conference Series, Wednesday November 10th at 3pm. To register: