UVic Aboriginal Speakers' Series

September 22, 2011

Presenting Tse-e-llat (Sarah Modeste), Hul’qumi’num Elder

Snuw’uyulh and psychology of healing -or how to be a good person

  • September 22, 2011
  • 10-11:30 am
  • Ceremonial Hall, First Peoples House, University of Victoria

Join us in listening to Elder Tse-e-llat (Sarah Modeste) as she shares some of her teachings. Tse-ellat has been a cultural/traditional teacher of Snuw’uyulh, of the Hul’qumi’num language, of pin needle weaving, and Coast Salish knitting. She is the former owner and operator of Modeste Wool and Modeste Indian Sweaters in Duncan, BC and recipient of the honour of Canadian Woman Entrepreneur of the Year in 1996. Tse-e-llat also acts as Elder for the Inter-Tribal Health Authority in the First Nations House of Healing.

For more information contact Indigenous Education at 250-721-7826 or via email at ied@uvic.ca


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