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International Women's Day with Guest Speaker Helen Knott

Friday, March 8 

12 p.m. to 2 p.m. 

Waap Galts'ap (Terrace campus & online)



Celebrate International Women's Day with us! We will be hosting three powerhouse women who are blazing trails and moving mountains, including Indigenous advocate, author, and keynote speaker Helen Knott. Helen will be releasing her newest book, Becoming a Matriarch and speaking about stepping forward in a good way. 

Come eat lunch, listen to stories, and rematriate space.

Additional panel speakers include Jaimie Davis of Jada Creations and Nikki Villeneuve of Raven Prints.

This event will be held in-person at the Terrace campus, and online to Smithers, Hazelton, and Prince Rupert. 

Please contact with any questions.

More about Helen Knott:

Helen is a Dane Zaa, Cree, Metis, and mixed Euro-descent woman from Prophet River First Nations living in Fort St. John, B.C. She is the author of the nationally best-selling book, In My Own Moccasins. Her second book, Becoming a Matriarch, reached #1 selling status on the Toronto Star list of bestsellers. Helen holds a bachelors degree in social work and has worked in advocacy and wellness within Indigenous communities for almost a decade. Helen has other pieces published ranging from poetry to academic articles that focus on the connection between violence against Indigenous lands and violence against Indigenous bodies. She is eleven years sober and a single mom to an amazing teenager. 


Mar 08, 2024
How to find us: Terrace campus & online
Starts at:04:00 AM

Ends at: 06:00 AM