- Indigenous folx and Indigenous organizations contact me directly at email@example.com for pricing
- No refund offered if booking is cancelled less than 72 hours from scheduled start
- There will be a 25% booking rescheduling fee if less than 48 hours notice was given
- Fees do not include expenses such as, but not limited to, parking, tolls, entrance fees, tickets, etc. All fees shown are plus expenses and by booking you are agreeing to cover in advance any and all expenses
- Emails are not needed, for every email I receive there will be a $20 per email fee added to the cost, payment due prior to event
- If you require me to issue an invoice there will be a $100 processing fee
- If you require me to sign a contract there will be a $500 minimum fee for legal expenses
This policy has evolved and will continue to change due to the desire by some organizations and individuals to undervalue, attempt to take advantage of, or simply tokenize Indigenous people and our culture.
Your presentation on the land is quite likely the most honest and real hour of conversation I've had since I came here last year.
I feel that in some ways this land has been scraped bare. But there are still many guardians - always lovely to meet one!
The second time I met Michelle was when we were on a virtual panel in November 2020 hosted by the University of Calgary Amnesty International club on the topic "How to take meaningful action for human and social change via digital ``. I was very impressed by what Michelle was saying. The other two panelists were coming from an academic angle whereas Michelle gave practical hands on advice and tips that the viewers could take away and complete the actions the next day
Michelle Robinson and Native Calgarian podcast has been invaluable to me as a settler learning about Indigenous issues, especially relating to Alberta, Canada. I highly recommend listening to the podcast, joining the book club, and hiring Michelle for any of their education or consultation services. You will not be disappointed.
I have taken Native Calgarian's land acknowledgement workshop and highly recommend it to any group, organization or business looking to start their reconciliation journey. Michelle is a tireless and inspiring activist, passionate about human rights, and a wonderful public speaker. I can't say enough good things about her!
I have also been a part of Chapters and Chat book club for over 3 years now and find it to be such a valuable way of learning about the true history of this country. Michelle is so knowledgeable, honest, and generous in talking about the texts and books we read and I encourage Settlers to attend the meetings as well as just read the books. The discussions are very informative and challenging - which is what white society needs right now.