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The journey as it is known is the spiritual work Native peoples use to transform painful experiences into meaning and purpose. It takes courage to show up for one’s life and respect.
Since 1989 the NW Coastal Indians have participated in a Canoe Journey to villages on the ancestral highways of the Salish Sea. The commitment to be a part of this means joining a canoe family that excludes members from alcohol or drug use. This is a spiritual commitment and people who are in recovery are urged to join as it brings healing to themselves, their family, and the tribe.
Producers: David Okimoto, Ed Barnhart, Stephanie Tompkins
Director/Editor: Paul Steinbroner
Camera Crew: David Okimoto, Joe Barnhart, Captain Wallace Watts, Selena Rodriquez
Special Thanks to the Northwest Indian Treatment Center
The Squaxin, Suquamish, and S'Kllallam Tribes
Contact Paul Steinbroner for information at ?(541) 941-5317.
System transformation begins with the critical task of mapping key leverage points for change. Discover how two organisations have approached this complex task in an effort to improve environmental and health care outcomes -- and their bottom lines. Explore how Nike is differentiating itself from its competitors by moving steadily toward the goal of eliminating hazardous chemical discharge from its supply chain by 2020. And learn how Health Care Without Harm has developed tools and strategies to transform the health care industry by mapping and building a collaborative network of 450 organisations in 52 countries.
Speaker SARAH SEVERN Senior Director, Stakeholder Mobilization Nike, Inc. Speaker MARSHALL CLEMENS Principal Idiagram Moderator JOHN ELKINGTON Founder and Executive Chairman Volans Ventures Ltd Author and Speaker GARY COHEN Co-Founder and President Health Care Without Harm.
The Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship accelerates the impact of the world's leading social entrepreneurs by uniting them with essential partners in a collaborative pursuit of learning, leverage, and large scale social change.
Posted June 14th, 2014
Wellness, two-eyed seeing and system change: Dr. Evan Adams at TEDxPowellRiver
http://tedxpowellriver.com/ Award-winning Canadian actor, playwright and medical doctor, Evan Tlesla Adams is a member of the Tla'amin (Sliammon) First Nations from the Upper Sunshine Coast. As an actor, Evans has performed in the Emmy-winning television move, Lost in the Barrens and in Miramax's Smoke Signals in which he won a 1999 Independent Spirit Award. Dr. Adams graduated from the medical school at University of Calgary in 2002 and was chief resident in the Aboriginal Family Practice program at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, BC. In 2005 Adams won the Murray Stalker Award form the College of Family Physicians of Canada Research and Education Foundation. He is the past-president of Indigenous Physicians Association of Canada, and is currently the Director of the Division of Aboriginal Peoples' Health, UBC Department of Family Practice.
Interview with Dr.Janice MV Knox of American Cannabinoid Clinics by Doc Kelley. A discussion of the importance of cannabis and our health. For more information visit the site of American Cannabinoid Clinics.
Clip from NBC News on Medical Marijuana and the Elderly on March 13, 2017. Good news, great opportunity to make a difference.
Published on Mar 20, 2017
Oregon Entrepreneur Network (OEN), #OENPubTalk of March 8, 2017 in Portland, Oregon. The panel features Sara Batterby, President and CEO, Hifi Farms, as Moderator with panelists Ashley Preece-Sackett, Executive Director, Ethical Cannabis Alliance (ECA); Dyana Patamia, President, Botanic eLiquids; and Jesce Horton, Chairman, The Minority Cannabis Business Association (MCBA).
The OEN PubTalk™ is our flagship monthly happy hour — a perfect starting point for new community members and a great place for established members to make new connections. Held the second Wednesday of every month, OEN PubTalks are what the name implies — an hour of networking followed by a talk on a specified theme. And yes, they take place at a pub.
Produced, filmed and edited by Ruth Ann Barrett and Barry Heidt of EarthSayers.tv and Sustainability Action Media.
Published on Jan 22, 2017
Dr. Josh Axe
Today I am training on the benefits of hemp seeds and how to use them on a regular basis.
Just 3 tablespoons of hemp seeds contains 10 grams of protein and 3,000 mg of Omega-3 fatty acids.Hemp can be healthier than chia and flax and is one of nature’s #1 super foods.
Nutritional Profile of Hemp Seeds:
• Protein- 10 grams of protein
• Healthy fats- Omega-3 fatty acid in an ideal ratio for your body to help reduce inflammation
• Fiber- No regular carbs or sugar
• 50 % daily value of magnesium which helps to relax muscles and improve digestion
• 50% daily value of phosphorus
• 25% daily value of zinc
Benefits of Hemp Seeds:
• Supports fat loss & cleansing your colon
• Blood sugar issues or diabetes
• Increase muscle building and strengthen bones
• Issues with sleeping, depression or anxiety
What Really Matters at the End of Life | BJ Miller | TED Talks
Published on Sep 30, 2015
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