Voices of Amiskwaciy is hosted by the Edmonton Public Library and made possible in part by the Government of Canada."
There are few stories available at this time (Nov 2017) as the site recently launched, but the project looks very promising especially in terms of its posture and collaboration.
In particular, I'm intrigued by the 7 Sacred Teachings that the site has adopted:
Love: Engaging in relationships from a place of kindness, caring and compassion and supporting of self-determination.
Respect: Creating a safe space where stories are valued.
Courage: Committing to follow through on project goals.
Honesty: Being transparent about the process and progress of the project to the public.
Wisdom: Seeking out and including Indigenous knowledge throughout the project development.
Humility: Working in meaningful partnerships on an equal plane and being open to learning and embracing new ways of understanding, acting and knowing.
Truth: Creating an authentic Indigenous space where truths can be shared. (source)
They remind me somewhat of the four core values used by Generous Space Ministries:
Humility – “Might I be wrong?”
Hospitality – “Whose voices are missing?”
Mutuality – “Is everyone in our community empowered to make a difference?”
Justice – “How can I participate with you in dismantling the barriers preventing flourishing?” (source)
These 7 Sacred Teachings could readily apply (with very little adaptation) to other contexts where the goal is a space that welcomes and embraces people.