A Parent’s Role in Indigenous Education at Home

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Written by: Where Parents Talk Staff

Published: Sep 16, 2023

Where Parents Talk radio host Lianne Castelino speaks to Kory Wilson, Executive Director of Indigenous Initiatives and Partnerships at the British Columbia Institute of Technology, lawyer and mom, about a parent’s role in Indigenous education.

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Executive Director of Indigenous Initiatives and Partnerships, BCIT(British Columbia Institute of Technology)
Family law and criminal defence lawyer


“When people know better, they do better. Even myself, as an Indigenous parent, as an Indigenous person to Indigenous children,  we all make mistakes as parents. So I think that’s the number one thing is know that you’re going to make mistakes, and that it’s about how you recover from those mistakes, and how you forgive yourself and move forward to do something differently. So when it comes to learning, or teaching your children about reconciliation, it’s having the courage to do that. So to be bold and courageous, and say to your kids, you know what, I’m not really 100% sure about this, but this is what I’ve read, maybe we could do a research this.”


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