226 Spruce St. Baawaating
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario


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Hannah Renglich

Added on: Aug 13, 2017

Last Updated: Dec 17, 2017

Connecting young change makers across Canada in respect, reciprocity, reconciliation, and relevance.

As young people from across diverse nations, we believe in  the power of conversation to transform relationships. Our mission is to change the country by changing the relationship between Indigenous and non­-Indigenous young people.

This starts by finding the strength that is deep within us as individuals, revitalizing and celebrating Indigeneity, and finding unity in our diversity. By carefully supporting and creating spaces for cross-cultural dialogue, we want to help shape a new understanding and a new relationship that is based in respect, reciprocity, reconciliation, and relevance.


Hannah Renglich

I'm a Settler on stolen land - living and working in so-called Canada supporting a youth-driven and Indigenous-led organization that creates conditions for changing the country by changing relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth. I have a background in economic justice, food sovereignty and community development, and am interested in learning more about advocacy and legal empowerment in the name of service of the communities and people with whom I work and am connected.


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