Facilitated by Imran Hakamali, Vinu Chetipurackal, and Paula Wesley.
This workshop has been funded by the B.C. Multiculturalism and Anti-Racism Grant, and is free for WAVLI members to attend. It will be limited to 15 participants to encourage discussion.
Workshop Information in ASL
Paula Wesley is Stqó:ye from Semá:th on the Stó;lō territory and Ts’msyen (Tsimshian territory). She resides in Terrace, B.C. As an Indigneous Deaf person, Paula has familiarity with working as a Community leader and participation. She enjoys being with other people and considers herself as a team player. Currently, she is working with the IBPOC Deaf community. She is a proud mother to a 14-years old son. She still is active with her Elders in her community and learning everyday about protocols, storytellers, history, language, songs, dance and art.
Paula would like to listen, gather information and share with Indigenous Deaf and non-Indigenous Deaf communities to educate and share what she learns and use the tools to help growth with ongoing knowledge.
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