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Clan Mothers Healing Village and Knowledge Centre

Clan Mothers Inc.

May 2017 – Current

The Clan Mothers Healing Village and Knowledge Centre is based on an Indigenous model of healing and education. A concept envisioned by the Clan Mothers Enterprises Inc., the village is currently being planned to operate off the grid powered solely by renewable energy, and with key components such as healing rooms, knowledge centre, art studios, and ceremonial grounds. Narratives’ role on the project is project management as well as environmental planning and Indigenous engagement.

A group of Indigenous women gathering as a group to pose for a picture after the opening ceremony of the Clan Mothers Healing Village project. They are dressed in ribbon skirts and and red headbands.

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An old black and white film photograph that has been tinted slightly purple. Two Caucasian priests wearing glasses crouch down beside an Indigenous mother and her baby that is laying in a cloth swing. The swing is strung up between two trees outdoors. Two young Indigenous boys stand near also looking at the baby. A clothes line and tent can be seen in the background.

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