Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.
Story-telling / Story-listening
Conversation with Elder Dr. Albert Marshall about Mi'kmaq resilience and responsibilities to all my relations.
Dr. Elder Albert Marshall is from Unama’ki, also known as Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Elder Albert is the highly regarded spokesperson for the Mi’kmaw Elders of Unama’ki on environmental issues. He brought forward the concept of etuaptmumk [eh-tuap-ta-mumk] or two-eyed seeing as a guiding principle for the Integrative Science Program at Cape Breton University, where he received an Honorary Doctorate in 2009. In our conversation, Albert speaks about two-eyed seeing, along with Mi’kmaw principles of Netukulimk (or, sustainability) and M’sit No’kmaq (all my relations).