Gala Dinner 2019
The Importance of Water
by Eliza Knockwood
Spiritual Film Artist, Eliza Star Child Knockwood is an L’nu (Mi’kmaq). Well-travelled and passionate about land issues and the protection of the environment, she is a respected voice of the Peoples, locally and globally.
The Water and Mother Earth hold the story and fate of humanity. Together, we will reflect on the devastation, the Indigenous perspective of an inherent responsibility and the current state we are facing today. We will explore how we can protect our Water and Mother Earth for future generations here and still to come. Every person has a voice, concerns and ideas that will allow us to move towards envisioning and creating a healthier and safer environment. May our Unity continue to grow stronger and our love shine so bright that we create a protective blanket over our Sacred Water and Mother Earth and All Our Relations.
Kenneth C. Rowe Hall
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
1055 Marginal Road
Halifax, NS (Free parking after 6 p.m.)
Date: May 3, 2019
Reception 6 p.m. | Dinner 7 p.m.
Ticket $150 per person ($1,500 per table of ten)
Reserve by Wednesday, April 24