All are welcome to Join our youth programs Ages 15-29
Sarah Wild n Small
Online Youth Worker
Sarah Wild and Small has a deep interest in supporting and helping Indigenous Youth with their journey for self expression, education and lifestyle. Sarah is a thought leader in areas that encourage youth to have a voice in their cultural community. As a Métis’ woman Sarah has persuaded social media as a way of reaching out, creating positive messages involving a broad range of topics. She is pleased to represent the Urban Aboriginal Voices Society and their role in cultural communication. Sarah’s message is very clear: “Be proud of your culture, learn as much as you can to go in a good way”.
Youth Peace Camp
Based on the Indigenous Practice of circle making, this initiative provides an opportunity for youth to build cultural identity, learn cultural practices for restoring harmony in relationships.
In practicing these methods, the youth promote a more peaceful and just world today and for the next seven generations.
The youth in the Peace Camp use their tipi to build an encampment and call a circle wherever they see the need to address bullying, discrimination, and racism in the world around them
Youth are trained as peacemakers from Cree, Blackfoot and Metis traditions:
- Blanket Exercise Facilitation
- No Such Thing as a Bully facilitator training
- Leadership on the Medicine Wheel
- Tipi and Cultural Teachings
- Peacemaking circles
- ART Anti-Racism & Discrimination Response TrainingProgram Registration Package PDF