Identity & Spirituality: The Eagle & The Raven: Aboriginal Identity on the Prairies and the Coast

Friday, May 4, 2012 - 13:00 to 20:00

Dr. Martin Brokenleg will speak with us about two important issues when working with Native youth and families: identity and spirituality.

Dr. Martin Brokenleg consults worldwide and serves as a Vice President of Reclaiming Youth International, providing training for individuals who work with youth at risk. He holds a doctorate in psychology and is a graduate of the the Episcopal Divinity School. He is an Emeritus Professor and was most recently Director of Native Ministries and Professor of Native American Theology and Ministries at the Vancouver School of Theology in Vancouver, British Columbia. For 30 years, Dr. Brokenleg was Professor of Native American studies at Augustana College of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

This even is hosted by the Urban Native Youth Association and Coming Home Society. All funds raised will help fund the YWL Transition Worker who provides intensive one-year support to you women who have graduated from our four-month live-in program. She helps youth maintain their sobriety, find safe housing and support services, become part of healthy relationships and activities in their culture and community; and regain custody of their children (if applicable).

Registration (Lunch included)

$125 by Friday April 20, 2012

$150 after Friday April 20. 2012

 

We anticipate that this event will sell out, so be sure to register and pay for your seat ahead of time.

Urban Native Youth Association
1618 East Hastings Street
Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 16' 52.4784" N, 123° 4' 19.4556" W
British Columbia CA
Urban Native Youth Association

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