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Many Voices, One Mind
Since 2003, the network has promoted a greater understanding of Indigenous histories, cultures and teachings. It advocates for and supports programs and policies to reflect Indigenous perspectives of early childhood development. Through shared responsibility it has collaborated across the region to develop a range of culturally responsive resources.
All proceeds made from the sale of our resources go towards producing or aquiring more cultural resources to help promote cultural education. You can distinguish our materials from those being sold for profit, as all of our resources will have the official Many Voices, One Mind Logo on them.
Ages and Stages Videos
These videos show real life examples of how our resources can be used in the classroom to support child development throughout the early years.
Looking for information on curriculum and/or resource development? We have developed a wide range of resources that weave together important age appropriate teachings such as: Cedar, Traditional Foods and Medicine, Seven Sacred Teachings, Traditional Homes and much, much more. You will not find these unique resources anywhere else!
We believe these unique resources weave the fundamentals of our Vision and Mission for all children within the Solh Temexw, the Sacred Land.
'Baby's Day Out' was created by Many Voices, One Mind and is available in hard copy for purchase. You can also listen to it being read online in Nlaka' Pamux, Hul'qumin'um', Hun'qumi'num', and Halq'emeylem.
Resources in Action
See examples of how resources from Many Voices One Mind are being used in local communities.
View useful websites on a wide variety of topics including early childhood development, Indigenous health, cultural well-being and more