Myths & Misconceptions of Indigenous People

Temiskaming Shores

Price: $25

Experience Hosted by Lynne Cormier

1-2 hours • Hosted in English / French

What We’ll Do

Join Lynne to learn about the exact history of Indigenous peoples while debunking myths that are commonly associated with and believed to be true. This experience will allow you to discover the mythical falsehoods by explaining to you the reasons behind its incorrect beliefs. Here’s an example: Surely you’ve all heard that indigenous people don’t pay taxes, right? Join the experience to uncover the truth behind this common myth, and many more. All participants will have the opportunity to discuss, exchange and ask questions as we demystify myths related to Indigenous people.

Experience Setting

Online

Other Details

Length

1-2 hours

Ages

Age 12+

Skill Level

Activity Level

Maximum Number of Guests

10

Meet your host, Lynne Cormier

Aanii, Hello, Biindegen, Welcome! My name is Lynne Cormier and I am proud to be a Two-Spirit Anishnawbe Kwe woman from the Matachewan community. I have a certificate in Social Work Service and a specialization in Sociology (BA). I have been practicing and learning about my culture and native history since I was a teenager. I understand now that we all have something to offer each other, a gift, and that essentially becomes our responsibility here on ShkagamikKwe (Mother Earth). As someone who constantly strives to be healthy and balanced in all four aspects (spiritually, emotionally, physically and mentally), I try to live life in the best way possible while helping others in the process. road; be that role model or that support for others who need it. I am passionate about growing and changing within communities, starting with the individual, in families and impacting communities as a whole. With the continual change in the world, I hope and believe in a better future for the next seven generations and so on; healing, learning and sharing the teachings I have learned and practice as a lifestyle is my passion.