By standing together and in understanding the long lines of violence, which came with the onset of colonialism, and is perpetuated, with ignorance to Indigenous Knowledge systems and Way of Seeing, that Indigenous Mothers, and Women were and are at the forefront of our nations, families and communities.
The murdered missing Indigenous woman, (MMIW) is and harms us to our very soul or core.
These experiences impact all of us on some level, some of us direct survivors ourselves.
We are the leaders of our families, communities, and knowledge systems.
beSuperior can and is willing to offer appropriate activities for the classroom in teaching around respect, and building a community of active bystanders to provide education and learning.
beSuperior offers ongoing support to help build an outdoor learning and healing space for all children and families to support Land Connection activities.
Pictured below is a vigil in recognition of a sister taken from us, hosted on the shores of Lake Superior for Loretta Saunders.