May 4, 2023
Still I Rise
Still I Rise is a free one-day opportunity for Indigenous youth, educators and community members to learn, connect and share.
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Page last updated November 24, 2022
Thanks for joining us for Still I Rise - Fall 2022!
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May 4, 2023
Frequently Asked Questions
Still I Rise is for all grade 6-12 youth in Canada.
This event serves as an excellent opportunity to support Indigenous and non-Indigenous students alike in walking together towards reconciliation.
Still I Rise will celebrate Indigenous stories, foster resilience for Indigenous youth and encourage reconciliation for all in attendance.
Still I Rise will be a one-day virtual event held over zoom. Students can join individually if they are learning remotely, or classes can join altogether.
Still I Rise is a free event. Registration is required to join.
- Presenters and participants are encouraged (but not required) to share their pronouns in their Zoom name.
- Presenters will be provided with tips to make their presentation as accessible as possible for all participants.
- Ever Active Schools will implement live captions on all presentations.
- More considerations are in place, but if you have any specific requests or questions, please reach out.
Curriculum Connections: Outcome Mapping
This document is intended to support teachers in connecting and assessing learning outcomes that are addressed through Still I Rise event sessions.
If you are looking to support high school students in earning 1 CTS credit for their participation, reach out for support from the Ever Active Schools team!
Thank you for making Still I Rise 2022 a success!
The idea for ‘Still I Rise’ initially came to be in December 2020, when an insightful EAS team member working primarily in the Treaty 8 region recognized the need for Indigenous youth to receive messages of hope, perseverance and resilience in a time of uncertainty. From there, the concept of a free virtual student event was born. This event set out to offer messages of inspiration from Indigenous influencers and friends from our Ever Active Schools community.
We are thrilled with the success of this event and excited to watch it grow and have a positive impact on a national level.