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World Indigenous Teaching & Learning Centre Circle (WITLCC)
252 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada, M5S 1V6.

Phone: 929.397.1516

In light of impending Polar Shift and the pandemic effect we are inviting discussion
on Indigenous approaches to health and wellness as well as alternatives for
sustainable society and disaster survivance. Please send your suggestions for
subscribing to alternative news and autochthonous health approaches for
health promotion, illness prevention, cure and "the Mind of the Cells" in crossing
over in respect of nature versus nurture/culture to: MC Lois Provost Boyd

Advisory/Executive Board (alphabetized)
D. J. Bazile (Co-Editor), Carolyn King (Director), J. Kodapully (Director, Co-Editor),
G. Medeubekova (Director,
SocioEconomic Advising), A. Phillips (Director, Vice-President),
VJ Pinto (Director), TMCL ProvostBoyd (Founding
Director), TMCL ProvostBoyd (Managing Editor)

World Indigenous Teaching & Learning Centre Circle (WITLCC) was founded
at Ontario Institute for Studies of Education at University of Toronto in 2006
as field development work in the doctoral research of the Founding Head. The
organization was earlier the Indigenous Teaching & Learning Circle
and Indigenous Discussion Group with support from then-Dean Dr. J. Gaskell
(OISE) and then-Chair Dr. G. Dei (Sociology & Equity Studies) in 2006.
The following year Dr. EM Antone (Emerita) invited the organization to
include her work on Native Literacy and Language in our online
reports as Provost was then a Research Assistant on Dr. Antone's research
on the same subject matter from Arawak Metis/Mestisaje perspectives
which brought continuity back to First Contact to the work.
WITLCC receives the continued support of Dr. A. Miles and
Dr. G. Jones, Dean. Jinan Kodapully, author of Education for
Authenticity and Cultural Rootedness (India) is now on our Editorial Board.

WITL conducts its practice primarily via the internet as is customary
in our era. Our focus continues to be maternal and family healing
centred, through native language learning and preservation,
music, arts, play and games, these being languages of imagery.
Beginning from Arawak and related peoples Indigenous and Mestisaje
blended families, spiritual wayfinding, precepts, protocols, perspectives
and cultural contexts as they occur in maternal societies along with
the Family Principle, Fudokoyo and the Giving Principle, Borotoa
our aim is equal access, feasibulity and supports for attaining the
social determinants of health and education that is free, equal,
inclusive, valuable, and culture appropriate for all. This is
important in our era of Polar Shift which is the primary cause of
Climate Change and so we seek to understand pre-contact societies
and their knowledge systems for survivance.
This resembles and supports the approaches of Heide Gottner-Abendroth,
Genevieve Vaughan, George Dei and Angela Miles and other esteemed
teacher researchers.

This work is intended to support International, World and Global Indigenous
and Mestisaje persons and people groups and is presented for public
educational and information in Indigenous and Mestisaje learning,
teaching, education and human and environmental health. The information
provided by WITLCC is for
general information in open education purposes only. All information is
provided in open-handed generosity
and Indigenous Mestisaje precepts, principles and protocols. The information

in our virtual talks is the
opinion of the authors. No warranty is expressed nor implied. WITLCC
accepts no liability. Your use of this
information is entirely at your own risk.

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