Hope, Healing and Hip-Hop



A Webinar for World Suicide Prevention Day 

On Sept. 10, World Suicide Prevention Day, the FNHA's 'Life Promotion for All My Relations' youth advisory committee will host their second live dialogue series called 'Hope, Healing and Hip-Hop'. Join us from 1-4:30 pm for a dynamic webinar filled with meaningful discussion, artistic performance, question and answer periods and skills training. 

We are honoured to be joined by ​Haisla hip-hop duo Snotty Nose Rez Kids, award-winning author Helen Knott (In My Own Moccasins; A Memoir Of Resilience), First Nations Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr. Natasha Wawrykow from the University of Victoria, and members of the Okanagan Nation Response Team. Members of Tsow-Tun Le Lum Society will provide opening prayers and cultural support.

Let's unite for a better future. We are stronger together.

To join the webinar, please click the following link: https://fnha.zoom.us/j/6921585​8215

Hope, Healing and Hip-Hop Poster​ (PDF)

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