Indigenous Collection Tee Shirt

As low as CA$19.99

Indigenous Collection Tee Shirt

As low as CA$19.99
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In partnership with the Office of Indigenous Relations comes this new collection of Indigenous products featuring a design from local Indigenous artist, Alanah Astehtsi Otsistohkwa (Morningstar) Jewell of Morningstar Designs

The artwork is a representation of the wildlife and eco-system of the Grand River. The design depicts herons taking flight, drawing energy from the Great Tree of Peace and florals growing beside the river bed, flowing up towards the moon, which controls the waters and has a deep connection to the Grand River. The elements come together to signify the cyclical and reciprocal relationships between the wildlife, the moon and the river.

This black tee shirt features the Crane or Heron element from the artists design on the right chest. In Anishinaabeg culture, the Crane is one of the seven primary clans. People who belong to the Crane clan are known as gifted leaders, public speakers and skilled negotiators. They are responsible for upholding the Seven Grandfather Teachings: honesty, bravery, wisdom, love, truth, humility and respect.
In Haudenosaunee culture, the Heron is one of the clans. It is part of the air element along with Snipe and Hawk clans.
Sources:
indianed.mpls.k12.mn.us/uploads/clan_system.pdf
www.haudenosauneeconfederacy.com/clan-system/

This tee features a double-needle cover seamed neck, sleeve and bottom hem, tearaway label, taped neck and shoulders. 100% cotton.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this collection will be directed to support the Indigenous Student Success Fund on campus. The Indigenous Student Success Fund was established to provide financial assistance to those Indigenous students who are most at risk of abandoning their education due to financial hardship.
Funds received will be used to support students with:
-Tuition and fees not covered by third-party funding, scholarships, financial aid, grants or other potential sources of funding.
-Educational enrichment opportunities, where other funding cannot be found, examples include but are not limited to conference fees, professional testing fees, and student professional association fees.
-Tools and other school supplies or additional technology needs, where costs are over and above third-party funding allowances and additional funding cannot be found.
-Emergency housing-related expenses, including rental payment.
-Emergency transportation costs. Examples include travelling home for family emergencies, travelling home or to a ceremony for cultural and/or mental health reasons.
-Emergency family and childcare costs for Indigenous students with families.
-Healthcare and/or medical expenses above what is covered through NHIB, OHIP or UHIP, as well as any supplementary healthcare offered by the Graduate and Undergraduate Student Associations' Waterloo Student Health Plan (www.studentcare.ca).
-Other unanticipated expenses.

Sizing Chart(All sizes are measured in inches)
Size S M L XL 2XL
Body Length 28 29 30 31 32
Chest Width 18 20 22 24 26
In partnership with the Office of Indigenous Relations comes this new collection of Indigenous products featuring a design from local Indigenous artist, Alanah Astehtsi Otsistohkwa (Morningstar) Jewell of Morningstar Designs

The artwork is a representation of the wildlife and eco-system of the Grand River. The design depicts herons taking flight, drawing energy from the Great Tree of Peace and florals growing beside the river bed, flowing up towards the moon, which controls the waters and has a deep connection to the Grand River. The elements come together to signify the cyclical and reciprocal relationships between the wildlife, the moon and the river.

This black tee shirt features the Crane or Heron element from the artists design on the right chest. In Anishinaabeg culture, the Crane is one of the seven primary clans. People who belong to the Crane clan are known as gifted leaders, public speakers and skilled negotiators. They are responsible for upholding the Seven Grandfather Teachings: honesty, bravery, wisdom, love, truth, humility and respect.
In Haudenosaunee culture, the Heron is one of the clans. It is part of the air element along with Snipe and Hawk clans.
Sources:
indianed.mpls.k12.mn.us/uploads/clan_system.pdf
www.haudenosauneeconfederacy.com/clan-system/

This tee features a double-needle cover seamed neck, sleeve and bottom hem, tearaway label, taped neck and shoulders. 100% cotton.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this collection will be directed to support the Indigenous Student Success Fund on campus. The Indigenous Student Success Fund was established to provide financial assistance to those Indigenous students who are most at risk of abandoning their education due to financial hardship.
Funds received will be used to support students with:
-Tuition and fees not covered by third-party funding, scholarships, financial aid, grants or other potential sources of funding.
-Educational enrichment opportunities, where other funding cannot be found, examples include but are not limited to conference fees, professional testing fees, and student professional association fees.
-Tools and other school supplies or additional technology needs, where costs are over and above third-party funding allowances and additional funding cannot be found.
-Emergency housing-related expenses, including rental payment.
-Emergency transportation costs. Examples include travelling home for family emergencies, travelling home or to a ceremony for cultural and/or mental health reasons.
-Emergency family and childcare costs for Indigenous students with families.
-Healthcare and/or medical expenses above what is covered through NHIB, OHIP or UHIP, as well as any supplementary healthcare offered by the Graduate and Undergraduate Student Associations' Waterloo Student Health Plan (www.studentcare.ca).
-Other unanticipated expenses.

Sizing Chart(All sizes are measured in inches)
Size S M L XL 2XL
Body Length 28 29 30 31 32
Chest Width 18 20 22 24 26
In partnership with the Office of Indigenous Relations comes this new collection of Indigenous products featuring a design from local Indigenous artist, Alanah Astehtsi Otsistohkwa (Morningstar) Jewell of Morningstar Designs

The artwork is a representation of the wildlife and eco-system of the Grand River. The design depicts herons taking flight, drawing energy from the Great Tree of Peace and florals growing beside the river bed, flowing up towards the moon, which controls the waters and has a deep connection to the Grand River. The elements come together to signify the cyclical and reciprocal relationships between the wildlife, the moon and the river.

This black tee shirt features the Crane or Heron element from the artists design on the right chest. In Anishinaabeg culture, the Crane is one of the seven primary clans. People who belong to the Crane clan are known as gifted leaders, public speakers and skilled negotiators. They are responsible for upholding the Seven Grandfather Teachings: honesty, bravery, wisdom, love, truth, humility and respect.
In Haudenosaunee culture, the Heron is one of the clans. It is part of the air element along with Snipe and Hawk clans.
Sources:
indianed.mpls.k12.mn.us/uploads/clan_system.pdf
www.haudenosauneeconfederacy.com/clan-system/

This tee features a double-needle cover seamed neck, sleeve and bottom hem, tearaway label, taped neck and shoulders. 100% cotton.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this collection will be directed to support the Indigenous Student Success Fund on campus. The Indigenous Student Success Fund was established to provide financial assistance to those Indigenous students who are most at risk of abandoning their education due to financial hardship.
Funds received will be used to support students with:
-Tuition and fees not covered by third-party funding, scholarships, financial aid, grants or other potential sources of funding.
-Educational enrichment opportunities, where other funding cannot be found, examples include but are not limited to conference fees, professional testing fees, and student professional association fees.
-Tools and other school supplies or additional technology needs, where costs are over and above third-party funding allowances and additional funding cannot be found.
-Emergency housing-related expenses, including rental payment.
-Emergency transportation costs. Examples include travelling home for family emergencies, travelling home or to a ceremony for cultural and/or mental health reasons.
-Emergency family and childcare costs for Indigenous students with families.
-Healthcare and/or medical expenses above what is covered through NHIB, OHIP or UHIP, as well as any supplementary healthcare offered by the Graduate and Undergraduate Student Associations' Waterloo Student Health Plan (www.studentcare.ca).
-Other unanticipated expenses.

Sizing Chart(All sizes are measured in inches)
Size S M L XL 2XL
Body Length 28 29 30 31 32
Chest Width 18 20 22 24 26
More Information
Product Tag Description TS 2XL ALANAH JEWELLS COLLECTION BLK
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