- Who was harmed?
- By whom were they harmed?
- Acts of racism
- Random acts of gender based violence
- Family members
- How did this happen?
- How does this continue to happen?
- Structural violence
- Domestic violence
- Unresolved trauma
- Gender Violence
- Societal norms
- Disconnectedness of humanity
- Desensitization to violence
- What can we do to change this?
- What can I do to impact change in my own life?
Primary Lesson plan
A booklet of lessons about friendship, self care, and understanding the moose hide pin as a medicine for love.
Moose is Medicine
Gender-based violence is a term used to describe abuse of any kind towards someone based on their gender. Gender-based violence happens around the world, and in Canada we see especially high rates of violence happening to Indigenous women.
Across North America there is an epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and gender diverse people. Indigenous women make up 11.3% of all missing people in Canada, and only 4% of the entire population of Canadian women.
What is Two-Spirit?
What is Two Spirit? Understanding gender and gender diverse cultures.
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Laisse l'amour grandir
Un livret de leçons sur l’amitié, lesoin de soi, et la compréhension del’épinglette de peau d’orignal comme une médicine pour l’amour.
Expanding conversations - Moose Hide and Math
This lesson plan was generously created and gifted to the Moose Hide Campaign by Beth Alexander from the Linden School, Toronto, ON. It focuses on Grade 6 Ontario expectations, but could easily fit other grades/provincial expectations. We are sincerely grateful for this form of support to the...