Wear the Otahpiaaki teaching scarf with pride

Honouring language is central to the work of reconciliation and part of the work we've committed to as a part of all of our projects.  The Otahpiaaki Teaching Scarf features Niitsitapi values, inspired by our Elder Jeannie Smith Davis (Piikani/ Aakainawa Kainai) as a part of her Master’s thesis, Kyle Feingold translated eleven Blackfoot teachings into Blackfoot syllabics. 

With guidance from Stanley Knowlton, this teaching scarf features nine of those teachings, including; Compassion, Respect, Helpful, Self-Starter, Transfer of Knowledge, Awareness, Prayer, Balance, and Reciprocity.

Through the sales of scarves, our goal is to contribute to significant social, cultural, restorative, and economic impact across reserves, communities, regions, and territories by providing resources and capacity-building. 

 
 
Otahpiaaki Teaching Scarf
50.00

Inspired by our Elder Jeannie Smith Davis (Piikani/Aakainawa (Kainai)) as a part of her Master's thesis, a student team member translated eleven Blackfoot teachings into Blackfoot syllabics. This teaching scarf features nine of those teachings, including; Compassion, Respect, Helpful, Self-Starter, Transfer of Knowledge, Awareness, Prayer, Balance, and Reciprocity.

If you are outside Canada or the United States please email us at info@otahpiaaki.com for more shipping options.

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Wear the Otahpiaaki PRIDE AND PROTEST BUTTONS

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Otahpiaaki Pride and Protest Buttons
10.00

Show your pride. Show your protest. These collector buttons are a limited edition for Otahpiaaki 2018. Get yours today!

Poster artwork by David Bernie, Murdoch Belcourt (Onaman Collective), Dylan AT Miner, and Jason Eng, all used with permission by artists.

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