The response to many of the questions that have been asked since I came back to Kenya concerning my Queen Elizabeth Scholarship (QES) experience has been “Yes”. Was it a good experience? Yes. Was it helpful to my studies? Yes. Did it have plenty of learning? Yes. Would I recommend this internship to others? Yes. […]Read More GLAD I SAID YES TO QES!
During an event hosted by UFV students at the Mt Lehman Community Hall between the Matsqui First Nations and the Mt. Lehman community, the following statement was brought up: “Our suggestion is to indigenize the community.” I must admit that at the time, I did not have the slightest idea what that meant, and it […]Read More THE INDIGENOUS OF KENYA.
Source: globalnews.ca Chief Derek Nepinak at the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs. Every year, on the 21st of June, the contribution and culture of the First Nations People, The Metis and the Inuit, is recognized and celebrated on the National Aboriginal Peoples Day. I have purposed to write down my own reflections concerning the First Nations […]Read More The Aboriginal People