Theland’s 2nd Yr Journey 2016 with support from FSIS: Walk/Run from Kitigan Zibi to Ottawa for MMIWG2S
Theland Kicknosway is an incredible young man. At 12 years old, the Pottawatami Cree youth from Walpole Island is already a valued and trusted leader in the Indigenous community in Ottawa and beyond.
Theland is a traditional drummer, singer, and hoop dancer who shares Creator’s gifts with the community at FSIS’s (Families of Sisters in Spirit) anuual October 4th and February 14th healing ceremonies and vigils honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and Two-Spirits (MMIWG2).
As he nears his 13th year in the Physical World, Theland has decided to embark on a Journey to show his continued commitment, support, and solidarity with families, and in particular those youth impacted by violence and MMIWG2. Coming from a People of runners, Theland has initiated a 134 KM Walk/Run from Kitigan Zibi First Nation (Quebec) to Gatineau park QC beginning on Wednesday , March 23rd . The Walk/Run is expected to last between 3-5 days with approximately 5-6 hours each day dedicated to running.
Families of Sisters in Spirit Vigil 2012 - Theland Kicknosway shares his song 'Shooting Star'
Idle No More 2013
PM Swearing-in Ceremony 2015
- Rebecca Johnston
- Lynne Robertson
- Laura Crandall
- M.A. Murphy