Facilitated by Shasta Cano-Martin and Fialaui’a Lamositele

Peacemaking Circles are a way to build and strengthen community and develop leadership through a tradition of deep listening based on Indigenous practices that honor the stories told by participants. The Lummi Peacemaking Circle process has been used for many purposes, including to: celebrate, learn together, find consensus from conflict, and create space for community healing from historical traumas.  Come learn about the Lummi Peacemaking Circle process, by sitting in circle, speaking your truth, and listening to others.

About the facilitators

Shasta Cano-Martin and Fialaui’a Lamositele are members of the Lummi Peacemaking Circle Leadership Team

Primary Audience

Adults – general, educators, human rights or social justice professionals; Youth – ages 13+