13 Moons

May 31, 2021—Penticton, BC: Re-centering Women* Through 13 Moons is a program for Indigenous women seeking to awaken a strengthened sense of equity, pride, and belonging. *We use an inclusive definition of woman. If you are Two-Spirit, Indigiqueer, transgender or non-binary, and see yourself as either fully, partially or sometimes female-identified and feel you would […]

Role of an Ally

Feb 19, 2019—Vancouver, BC: We invite you to join us on Thursday, January 21st for the fifth installment of our online workshop series in partnership with the UBC Learning Circle, Role of an Ally.     Presented by IndigenEYEZ facilitator & co-founder, Kim Haxton, Part Five of this webinar series focuses on gaining a deeper […]

Camp for Teachers

Sept 12, 2017—Vancouver, BC: This summer IndigenEYEZ worked with ArtStarts to host a summer camp for teachers. Thank you to IndigenEYEZ co-founder Kim Haxton for sharing this article. Woven Together: Summer Camp for Teachers by Kim Haxton At the end of August, Indigeneyez joined Artstarts in a two-day summer camp for teachers. The camp used […]

ImagineNATION

June 28, 2017— Agassiz, BC: Come join us for our 2017 Youth Camp! Our popular land-based camp is being held in Stó:lō territory this year. We have partnered with sister organization Power of Hope Canada to provide youth (ages 14-18) the opportunity to explore culture and creativity in the stunning natural environment that is the […]

The Youth!

Nov 29, 2016—Vancouver, BC: IndigenEYEZ youth camps provide a learning experience that brings creativity and the arts together with culture and on-the-land activities. Participants leave with new friends and mentors who can support them in their formative years. Here’s what a few of our future-elders had to say about our 2016 Youth Camp:     […]

Authentic Heart

Nov 24, 2016—Vancouver, BC: “Becoming an IndigenEYEZ facilitator is a unique path that has profound affects beyond your immediate career. It impacts your personal relationships, your ability to communicate effectively, it increases your confidence, and your overall level of moment to moment awareness. Committing to the path of becoming an IndigenEYEZ facilitator is taking on […]

Thank You!

Nov 17, 2016—Vancouver, BC: A big ‘THANK YOU’ to our partners. You are indispensable to the important mission of IndigenEYEZ: Decolonization. These incredible organizations share our vision of a world in which all Indigenous youth are supported in becoming the leaders and change-makers of tomorrow. We would like to recognize and thank just a few […]

Healing Trauma

Jul 6, 2016—Langley WA:  Healing Trauma with Joy and Connection IndigneEYEZ is “one of the most powerful applications of our Creative Community Model that we’ve seen.” It’s amazing to have mentors. We are grateful to Partners for Youth Empowerment (PYE) for this awesome article about us! PYE is an inspiration and we have benefited greatly […]

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