Join us Monday January 21st, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. EST to meet and chat with our guest speaker Annita McPhee.
Annita McPhee is President of the Tahltan Central Council (TCC), the governing body of the 5,000-member Tahltan Nation located in Northwestern British Columbia’s Stikine Valley. Annita is a First Nations leader striving to balance economic development and protecting her Nation’s rights and cultural ways of life.
As recent as two days ago, Annita McPhee was instrumental in helping to protect the Klappan area of British Columbia from a natural gas exploration project. The Klappan area has been identified by the Tahltan Nation as having significant cultural, spiritual, and social values.
The Klappan is one of the most sacred and important areas for our people. It is a place of tremendous cultural, spiritual, historic and social importance. Our people do not want to see it developed, and we look forward to working with B.C. on achieving permanent protection of the Klappan,” Tahltan Central Council president Annita McPhee.
Annita is a National Native Role Model where her life story has become an inspiration for many First Nations people.
Please fill in the form to sign up for this Sharing Circle. You will receive an email with login instructions 24 hours before this event date to participate in the Sharing Circle with Annita McPhee.
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