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We would like to acknowledge that we live and work in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which were signed in 1726. The treaties did not deal with the surrender of land.

In our work we welcome those who identify as women, men, transgender, non-binary and anything and everything in between.

We welcome people of all descents: First Nations, African, Asian and Pacific Islander, Middle Eastern, European, Hispanic and people of mixed, multiple descents.

We welcome those of all origins and ‘home places’ born or chosen.

We welcome all languages.

We welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, two spirit, asexual, heterosexual, or others for whom none of these identities accurately fit.

We welcome those who struggle with mental illness and/or addictions.

We welcome those of all ages.

We welcome mystics, seekers, believers, atheists and everyone in between.

We welcome all forms of knowledge, those who have acquired it formally and informally.

We acknowledge our elders, teachers and ancestors.

We welcome you to work, co-create, learn and unlearn with us.


“Husoni Raymond is a co-founder of Black Lives Matter Fredericton. His advocacy is rooted in a passion for community empowerment and Black liberation. During his time with BLMF, Husoni has led grassroots initiatives related to defunding the police, anti-oppression education, targeted financial aid for Black students, and advocacy for Black history to be incorporated in the New Brunswick public school curriculum. He also worked for the New Brunswick Multicultural Council where he lead research on racism in New Brunswick and developed an anti-racism training. He is now pursuing his JD from Osgoode Hall law school but still remains an active member of Black Lives Matter Fredericton and Black Lives Matter Canada.”

Jay Denny

About Us

We are a collective of individuals with a strong belief in the power of communication to confront the barriers we all face in expressing our authentic selves in compassionate and inclusive ways in our families, work places and communities. Through healthy and empowering practice and with an emphasis on self-awareness, we provide guidance to individuals and groups seeking to transform their relationships and the spaces in which they find themselves.

Our Mission

Our mission is to help connect and reconnect to ourselves and one another in our day to day relationships by transforming the ways we speak, listen and understand. We do this by building awareness and compassion toward self, land and others in our workshops and one-on-one coaching sessions.

Our Vision

We envision a world where diverse communities can live in harmony with one another and the earth while encouraging and celebrating our uniqueness.