This graphic recording was created during a dialogue with Mark Point, Patty Hambler and Jonny Morris at Summit 2016. Below is the session description,

“Campuses across BC are making strides with Indigenizing curricula and services in efforts to create the necessary conditions to help Indigenous learners thrive in college and university. This session will feature a dialogue focused on culturally safer services and supports, what Indigenization means in post-secondary contexts, and what we can collectively learn from Indigenous ways of knowing, doing, and being to improve overall campus mental health and well-being.”

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