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Indigenous Perspective Workshop – Dispelling Myths and Stereotypes

This workshop is a part of the Indigenous Perspective Workshop Series. Other workshops in this series include: Understanding History, and Building Local Relationships. 

In order to create a space that fosters conversation, interaction and reflection we will be limiting the workshop to 35 participants. 

Please note these sessions will not be recorded. If you register and then are unable to attend, please let us know so that we can open up space for other participants. 

Once you register for a workshop, BCNPHA will share your email and name with IPS who will then contact you with a session link and learning resources. 





August 31, 2022


1:00 pm - 4:00 pm



Member Cost:


Registration Start/End Date:

Registration Closes August 30, 2022

What you will learn:

This three-hour workshop introduces participants to the key concepts of colonization, privilege and stereotyping. While encouraging meaningful relationship-building strategies with Indigenous community members and organizations, the learning is applicable to many areas in our professional and personal lives.

Workshop outcomes:

  • Reflect on how privilege and stereotypes impact our work and relationships
  • Strengthen collaborative working relationships with Indigenous communities
  • Apply anti-oppressive, decolonizing ideologies and methods into our work and daily life


Rachelle Dallaire 

Rachelle is from the Montagnais people in lower Quebec. She brings more than 15 years of management and leadership experience to her work as Indigenous Perspectives Society’s Executive Director. Rachelle has extensive front line service experience that informs her leadership from her early work with at risk communities including women in the sex trade, corrections, and the homeless community. As an inter-generational trauma survivor, she brings a lot of passion to developing Indigenous Perspectives Society’s Reconciliation from an Indigenous Perspective training offerings, which include Cultural Perspectives Training, developed to support the Truth and Reconciliation Commissions Calls to Action. 

Lizz Brooks 

Lizz is from the Tsesk’iye clan of the Tahltan Nation, as well as Chinese on her father’s side and mixed European from her mother’s side. She has lived across British Columbia, but Vancouver Island is where she has called “home” for most of her life. In recent years, she continues to actively educate herself on her own Tahltan culture along with the many Indigenous relationships and current events across Turtle Island (North America). Lizz is passionate about uplifting and empowering others while learning about Indigenous Sovereignty, equal rights, visibility, and history. An active member within the performing arts community, she is excited to be a part of the Indigenous Perspectives Society’s team to help bring awareness, education, and support where needed.