Elders teach youth about their roots during Samson Cree Nation gathering

The three-day event at the community’s high school consisted of teachings around language, culture, history and ceremony

Chris Stewart
APTN National News
Elders and students are learning from each other at the Samson Cree Nation in Alberta.

They spent three days together at the local high school to pass along and learn about their traditions.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Elders teach youth about their roots during Samson Cree Nation gathering

  1. I hope the elders on the Samson cree nation tell their children that Hobbema means temporary settlement… and that they are squatting in Blackfoot Territory… You hear of the drugs, guns & horror in Hobbema… have the elders ever thought that maybe because they are not one with the land??? and those horrible children just don’t feel at home to respect it?? teach the children that their inherent lands are in northern Manitoba and Quebec… maybe they will fully understand the madness that lingers in a territory that is not their own….. FOOD FOR THOUGHT

  2. I hope the elders on the Samson cree nation tell their children that Hobbema means temporary settlement… and that they are squatting in Blackfoot Territory… You hear of the drugs, guns & horror in Hobbema… have the elders ever thought that maybe because they are not one with the land??? and those horrible children just don’t feel at home to respect it?? teach the children that their inherent lands are in northern Manitoba and Quebec… maybe they will fully understand the madness that lingers in a territory that is not their own….. FOOD FOR THOUGHT

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