Building Kin Clans

Sept 26, 2019 — Vancouver, BC: This interview with our co-founder Kim Haxton is not to be missed. She spoke this past weekend with CFRO 100.5 FM Vancouver Co-op Radio host Don Shafer about building the confidence of Indigenous youth through the arts and land-based traditions. This conversation goes deep into the roots of IndigenEYEZ. […]

Camp Confluence

June 13, 2019 — Cawston, BC: Each spring before the summer camp season starts, we host a training intensive for our network of facilitators. The Camp Confluence is a rare and joyful opportunity to bring our diverse team together to strengthen skills and relationships. Our most recent Confluence was held May 24-26 at IndigenEYEZ headquarters […]

Kim Haxton in Calgary

Sept 25, 2018— Calgary, AB: IndigenEYEZ co-founder and visionary Kim Haxton was recently interviewed by Anya Zoledziowski from the StarMetro in Calgary. The StarMetro talked to Kim, as well as Meaghan Farquharson, a Calgary-based psychologist who specializes in trauma recovery, about mental health support for Indigenous mothers and mothers-to-be to heal from intergenerational trauma. Highlights are […]

Indigenous Awakening

Aug 21, 2018—Stockholm, Sweden: This summer IndigenEYEZ made its debut in European media with this audio broadcast and article about the collective awakening of Indigenous peoples across Canada by Sweden Radio journalist Palmira Koukkari Mbenga. Thanks to IndigenEYEZ facilitator Allan Thomas Lindley for sharing his reflections and experiences in this article.   The Indigenous Population […]

Cover Story

Jan 23, 2018— Vancouver, BC: IndigenEYEZ co-founder and Program Director Kelly Terbasket was interviewed by The Source over Christmas, along with her 26-year-old niece Tessa Terbasket. The Source talked to Kelly, Tessa, and two other motivated activists, each striving in different ways for the inclusion of Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth in policy making. How do […]

Dreaming the Future

Dec 13, 2017—Yellowknife, NWT: This past summer, IndigenEYEZ traveled to the Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning – an inspiring Indigenous bush university where remarkable things are happening. The experience ignited our passion for creating a similar land-based learning space in the interior of BC. Learning on the Land: Dreaming the Future   For several […]

Hollyhock 2016

Oct 4, 2016—Cortes Island, BC: This past summer IndigenEYEZ hosted an introspective 5-day leadership training at Hollyhock. Community leaders from around BC attended and found a renewed connection to the land, to inner healing, to self-awareness, and to holistic leadership. Supported by the pristine beauty of the west coast, the training was co-facilitated by Kim […]

Catch The Fire

Sept 17, 2016—Penticton BC: Our first 5-day IndigenEYEZ: Leadership Essentials training was a hit. Called Catch the Fire, it was hosted by the Okanagan Nation Alliance and focused on reigniting the passion and purpose of each participant.  Favorite feedback of the week: “Have you ever felt self-doubt? Have you had tapes playing in your head […]

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Champions of Change: Session Seven
Date: April 17th, 2020
Location: Westbank First Nation Health and Wellness Building, West Kelowna, BC

IndigenEYEZ Summer Leadership Training 2020
Date: June/July/August, 2020
Location: South Okanangan, BC

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Never have I seen so many adults in one room with their inner child and creative spirit out to play. It was a true gift to see our youth and elders joined together in that place of play and imagination.

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