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February 17, 2015— “Land, Land, Forever, For all to Exist: Environmental/Spiritual Impacts of Mining on Indigenous Lands.” Marilou Schultz, Visiting Navajo/Dine Scholar and Master Weaver and Dr. Annie Ross, Department of First Nations Studies, SFU.

*Presentation will be in Policy Room 4600, Segal Building, 500 Granville Street, Vancouver, 7:00-8:30 pm. At SFU Beedie School of Business:

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donnyh2015

Youth support worker at Urban Native Youth Association and pet care specialist at Little Buddies Pet Care. I have completed a minor in First Nations Studies at SFU and am a Psych major. I continue to work as an oral testimony archivist with Dr. annie ross in the FN dept. at SFU. In 2016 I will attend grad school at City U to do a masters in counseling, and then a post master's certificate in Art Therapy. My dream is to open an inner city healing center one day. My vision is that it will offer a variety of holistic alternative therapies, and a community gardening program. I also would love to incorporate animal therapy somehow. I decided on the name "Reflections" for the healing centre, because we look back or (reflect) to sort out our feelings and archetypal imagery, and to look at a reflection of ourselves through the art.

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