Public-health groups show what reconciliation looks like – Winnipeg Free Press

In a room warmed by the scent of beef stew and bannock, an indigenous organization and a non-indigenous organization came together in the spirit of reconciliation.

On Wednesday, Ka Ni Kanichihk — an indigenous community health and wellness organization — and the Sexuality Education Resource Centre announced a new partnership that will see the resource centre’s indigenous-focused program White Wolf Speaking move to Ka Ni Kanichihk. It’s a small but incredibly significant move, one that could set the tone for other community organizations.

“This is an opportunity to demonstrate what reconciliation might look like between indigenous and non-indigenous organizations,” says Nicole Chammartin, who is the executive director of both the resource centre and Klinic.

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