February 2021 Chronicle by Csilla Klenyanszki.
develop a culture of appreciation, where the organization takes time to make sure that people’s work and efforts are appreciated; develop a learning organization, where it is expected that everyone will make mistakes and those mistakes offer opportunities for learning; create an environment where people can recognize that mistakes sometimes lead to positive results; separate the person from the mistake; when offering feedback, always speak to the things that went well before offering criticism; ask people to offer specific suggestions for how to do things differently when offering criticism; realize that being your own worst critic does not actually improve the work, often contributes to low morale among the group, and does not help you or the group to realize the benefit of learning from mistakes.1
Our traditional societies had been sustained by strong kin relations in which women had significant authority.
There was no such thing as a single mother, because Native women and their children lived and worked in extended kin networks. 2
2. Kim Anderson,Affirmations of an Indigenous Feminist as we read it in‘Making Love and Relations Beyond Settler Sex and Family’ by Kim TallBear, 2018
Study Group~ Reframing Climate Colonialism: Pleasuring the Radical Imagination since 2020: Emmeli Person, Liza Rinkema Rapuš, Clementine Edwards, Ama Josephine Budge, Raul Silva, Dakota Guo, Marika Vandekraats, Alexandra Martens Serrano, Mia van den Bos, Csilla Klenyanszki and Elvis Krstulović.