REDI Symposium Speaker: Shane Pointe – Te’ta-in

Join us on May 25th for our first virtual symposium – Race Ideology: Historical Perspectives, Current Realities and Re-imagining the Future Symposium

DTe’ta-in (Sound of Thunder) Shane Pointe is a Musqueam Knowledge Keeper, whose motto is “Nutsamaht!” (We are one). Te’ta-in is a proud member of the entire Salish Nation, the Pointe family and the Musqueam Indian Band. In addition to being a grandfather and a great-grandfather, he is a facilitator, advisor, traditional speaker and artist. Shane has worked for five different school boards, Corrections Canada, Simon Fraser University, the University of British Columbia and the First Nations Health Authority. He provides advice and guidance on ceremonial protocols for local, national and international cultural events.