With the help of his father and grandfather, a boy on Haida Gwaii practices to become a skillful carver. As he carefully works on a new piece, he remembers a trip to Slatechuck Mountain to gather the argillite, as well as his father’s words about the importance of looking back to help us find our way.
A rhythmic poem that shares a greater concept of viewing the whole world as our natural family.
Un poème rythmique qui partage un plus grand concept de voir le monde entier comme notre famille naturelle.
A story of Indigenous language preservation and the important practice of intergenerational knowledge transfer.