Restorying Colonialism: Restorying Narratives, roles and identities
Restorying Colonialism will dive into the social and personal frameworks that we all live within to explore how we can begin to see things differently and be in better relations. Restorying Colonialism explores our individual roles within systems, how we may be uplifting harmful narratives, asking how can we apply critical analysis and
rewrite our identities through reclamation, accountability and meaning making.
Ta7talíya-men Paisley Eva Nahanee hails from the Sḵwx̱ wú7mesh Nation village of Eslha7an and is based in what is colonially known as “Vancouver”.
She currently lends her facilitation skills to Decolonizing Practices, M̓ i tel'nexw Leadership Society and The Fireweed Fellowship. She is also part of the duo behind MST Futurism, a project which focuses on uplifting and celebrating Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh visions for the future.
Paisley also works as DJ and believes in decolonizing every aspect of life including the music industry. Her work is based in Sḵwx̱ wú7mesh teachings and all about sharing equity with marginalized bodies.