The Pandemic Resource Guide was developed in November 2020 by the Wabanaki Council on Disability and Mawita’mk Society. It provides community and organization pandemic planning guide considerations for indigenous persons…Read More
The Family Reconciliation Project will focus on healing amongst IRS Survivors and Descendants in Nova Scotia through the use of intergeneration healing and traditional teachings to help heal the damages…Read More
The CBC recently published an article on a project Elders took on this winter at Mawita’mk:
Waycobah First Nation residential school survivors make regalia for youth as part of healing process. We captured this beautiful video of the graduates dancing and singing for the Elders at Mawita’mk.
Mawita’mk Society celebrated National Aboriginal Day, graduation and summer soltice on June 21, 2018 with a street dance, BBQ, hieroglyph painting on rocks, Kojua lessons, a Kojua dancing contest and fireworks.…Read More
When: January 26th What: Spaghetti with meatballs, garlic bread, lemon square and drink of your choice. Cost: $10 each Free Delivery. Support the Mawita’mk Society and a enjoy a nice homemade…Read More
Thank you for visiting mawitamk.org and welcome to our updated website. We hope that you will enjoy learning more about our mission, hearing some of our stories, and meeting the people that work…Read More