TA’nss oj-Mooooooke Sul Sulee (Mother of Aaaallll Souls) is the Hub Reconciliation Ambearrister in BC. She will be visiting communities (once pandemic measures allow), traveling to workshops, and supporting the Hub Team to share the importance of Jordan’s Principle across BC.
Although her name has been given in the Cowichan language, her name represents all Nations, everyone in this world, so anyone who speaks their language may translate it into their own language.
She is compassionate, friendly, determined, wise, and passionate. Because Indigenous children in BC experience discrimination she is resolved to help ensure they have access to the services and supports they need. She loves to sing and dance.
TA’nss oj-Mooooooke Sul Sulee had her naming ceremony on May 10th, 2022. You can watch a video of the ceremony by clicking on this link.
She watches over and protects all people, but especially children. She has a name as important as the duty she holds. The Elders who helped name her are so happy she are now part of our lives. Her name doesn’t belong to anyone, but it represents everyone.
To redress the legacy of the residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) made 94 calls to action for individuals, organizations, communities and governments. Here we focus on number three.
We call upon all levels of government to fully implement Jordan’s Principle.