The land and waters speak, but are you listening? I choose to remember...Sometimes they share powerful and clear messages that come in dreams. Other times, their directive is as subtle as a whisper. But each time they invoke a feeling. A deep and profound feeling of immense power, words could never do justice. I choose to remember...
Dr. Andrew Judge is a professor of Indigenous Studies at Conestoga College, sessional Lecturer at Sir Wilfred Laurier University and visiting professor at the Center for Engaged Learning Abroad in Cayo District, Belize. He specializes in traditional Indigenous knowledge and has worked with Elders who support in the conscious awakening of his students and himself. Andrew is an initiated Mayan day count keeper and regularly participates in the ancient ceremonial practices of his Anishinaabe ancestors. In the summer of 2018, Andrew founded Minjimendan (In a state of remembering) an Indigenous foods garden dedicated to helping the community remember their role in restoring the vitality of the Earth. Andrew is a dynamic presenter sure to leave you wondering for more.