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How to be a Good Relative

This module explores 7 key things to keep in mind in the event you are called to support movements in Indigenous communities, and ways that you can be an authentic ally. Please use the link below to download the PDF, and feel free to share with your networks.

Know Your Rights

Before arriving to any movement or protest, be sure to KNOW YOUR RIGHTS! This module explores knowing your Constitutional Rights, and knowing when to apply them. Please use the link below to download the PDF, and feel free to share with your networks.

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Setting Up Camp

This module discusses the planning phase of Setting Up Camp, and the Principles, Goals, Actions, and Affinity Groups when participating in Non-Violent Direct Action. Please use the link below to download the PDF, and feel free to share with your networks.

Conflict Resolution

This module explores effective ways to resolve conflict,  honoring space and the teachings of our elders. If you find yourself in any personal conflict while supporting a cause, these are steps you can take to find peaceful outcomes. Please use the link below to download the PDF, and feel free to share with your networks.

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Security Culture

This module discusses Security Culture, knowing what information is sensitive, and what information to share. Please use the link below to download the PDF, and feel free to share with your networks.

Sexual Harassment

This module explores effective ways to implement Sexual Harassment policy in shared spaces, and a list of Common Forms of Harassment. Know that Sexual Harassment in any form is not welcome under any circumenstances whatsoever. Please use the link below to download the PDF, and feel free to share with your networks.

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