April 12th, 2022 – Connecting Indigenous Cultural Safety and Addressing Racism in the Health Care System with Harley Eagle

Since making public in 2020 the In Plain Sight Addressing Indigenous Specific Racism and Discrimination in BC Heatlh Care and as some parts of the health care system strive to bring life to the recommendation there has been an increase in trying to understand a way forward. In the workshop, Indigenous Cultural Safety consultant, Harley Eagle will make the connection between Indigenous Cultural Safety and addressing systemic racism and identify some possible ways forward

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Date: Tuesday, April 12th, 2022 (PST)
Time: 10 a.m. to 11:30 am

About the Presenters:


Harley Eagle 

Harley Eagle is of Dakota & Ojibway Indigenous ancestry and has lived on Vancouver Island BC at various times totaling 25 years. He worked for several years as an Indigenous Cultural Safety Facilitator for the Island Health Authority and now works full time as a consultant specializing in Indigenous cultural safety, conflict management strategies, anti-racism/anti-oppression as they pertain to Indigenous Peoples, and trauma-informed practice training, and initiatives. He strives to recall and reclaim Indigenous understandings of life and all his work. While still remaining deeply connected to the health care world for his work, he also works with many other areas of society including the child welfare system, policing, academia, many nonprofits and for profit companies


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