Indigenization at Georgian

Supporting Indigenization at Georgian with resources available through our library and on the web.

Mo Thunder Bedard

By Mo Thunder Bedard adapted from  Georgian's Indigenization Strategy 2022-24

The graphic above is a portion of the complete image created by Mo Thunder Bedard and found in Georgian's Indigenous Strategy, 2022-24. The full image represents an arbour typically situated at the centre of a pow wow dance arena. It provides shelter and cover for the drums, drummers, elders, dignitaries, and master of ceremonies. It is also a focal point for participants. The pow wow spirit and sound flows from the centre hub. Within Georgian's Indigenous Strategy, the arbour represents the work toward relationships, self-determination, and the strategies that will lead to student success.

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