Hosted across the landscape, and learning from Indigenous Wisdom Carriers across Canada, we are medicine is a practical journey to end violence.

Please watch this video of Paul and Raven Lacerte, Co-Founders of the Moose Hide Campaign to learn more:

Your learning journey begins here.

Discover you are medicine to end violence.

we are medicine learning outcomes

we are medicine is an invitation to shift our collective consciousness. Learners are invited to:

  • develop insights into the colonial landscape that shapes violence and how meaningful reconciliation can be a healing force for all Canadians

  • appreciate the importance of Indigenous innovation, such as the Moose Hide Campaign, as medicine to prevent, interrupt, respond to, and heal from violence

  • explore their own relationship to both violence and connection

  • create a sense of personal purpose through actions from conversations to ceremony to prevent, interrupt, respond to, and heal from violence

  • promote safety and belonging, especially for women, children and those along the gender continuum

we are medicine is guided by Wisdom Carriers

To guide our learning journey, you’ll visit  Wisdom Carriers who are honoured  by their communities for both their insight and actions to end violence and promote safety and wellness. You will also learn from members of the Moose Hide Campaign team from across Canada.  Together, "we are medicine"  Wisdom Carriers carry special knowledge to end violence. 

we are medicine is guided by the Moose Hide Campaign Team

Raven Lacerte

Co-Founder of the Moose Hide Campaign

Raven Lacerte hosts we are medicine. She is a proud member of the Lake Babine First Nation and belongs to the Grizzly Bear Clan. She is a co-founder and ambassador for the campaign and also leads outreach to Indigenous communities. She is a hunter and a practitioner of traditional Indigenous cultural and ceremonial activities. Raven is also a proud mother of daughters Cedar Sus and Chas Yaz, and partner of Dominic Paul.

Dave Stevenson

The Moose Hide Campaign Development Society CEO

Dave has worked for social justice and social wellness for Indigenous peoples for over 25 years. From working with street-entrenched Indigenous youth in Vancouver’s Downtown East End with the Urban Native Youth Association – to CEO of an Indigenous Provincial Crown Corporation leading the development of a culturally based child and family service system for Vancouver Island and BC. Dave has a passion for supporting community-led and culturally based innovations focused on complex social challenges, he appears in the training as a representative of the campaign.

our learning journey offers

we are medicine is a 3-hour online learning experience you can take at your own pace. The course is offered across 5 chapters of learning with 90 minutes of video content, and is supported by downloadable resources you can use in your home, workplace, or community.

    1. Course Introduction

    1. Welcome: Our Invitations

    2. An Invitation to Walk Alongside

    3. An Invitation to a Journey

    4. An Invitation to Indigenous Ways of Learning

    5. An Invitation to Harvesting

    1. Chapter Introduction

    2. Since Time Immemorial

    3. Violence Across the Landscape

    4. Culture as Medicine

    5. Culture as a Pathway

    6. Your Harvest

    1. Chapter Introduction

    2. Your Timeline to Now

    3. Your Thoughts, Feelings, and Actions Now

    4. Your Purpose into the Future

    5. Your Harvest

    1. Chapter Introduction

    2. Actions Across the Landscape

    3. 1. Prevent

    4. 2. Interrupt

    5. 3. Respond

    6. 4. Heal

    7. Your Actions, Your Impacts

    8. Your Harvest

    1. Chapter Introduction

    2. Your Experience

    3. Your Reflections, Your Meaning-Making

    4. Your Movement

Your investment in reconciliation and ending violence:

  • $100.00
  • 33 lessons
  • 90 minutes of videos
  • 4 digital downloads

I'm ready to learn how to prevent, interrupt, respond to, and heal from violence.

what's included in we are medicine

Everyone on the we are medicine learning journey will receive:

  • Course Completion Certificate

    $100 value

    Celebrate your investment in reconciliation and ending violence with your we are medicine course completion certificate

  • Immediate Support Resources


    Everyone will gain access to an online and downloadable, active list of immediate support resources curated and organized by availability, audience, location, and support type.

  • Moose hide pins


    Buying a bundle of courses for your group? Everyone will receive a moose hide pin, as medicine, mailed to your organization at no extra cost.

we are medicine is an investment in reconciliation and ending violence.


Large groups registering together are rewarded with engagement from Moose Hide Campaign Ambassadors. Contact us to register your groups of 100 -10,000 people.

We believe in the value of our offering, and will not offer discounts. We don't discount Indigenous Knowledge.

we are medicine is guided by values

These are the values that guide our online learning experience:

  • Love Centered

    This course is designed to put love back where violence caused by colonization has negatively impacted all of us.

  • Trauma Informed

    This course is trauma informed. Resources are provided for people currently experiencing violence, or the impacts of shared trauma.

  • Indigenous-led

    Indigenous teachings are at the core of this course. They are offered as medicine to everyone, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, or previous knowledge.

  • Accessible

    This course was reviewed for diversity, equity, and inclusion principles by a circle of external experts. We are open to feedback about how to continually improve the universal design for learning in this course.

  • Charitable

    For every course purchased, 10 Moose hide pins are ethically sourced and distributed as free medicine to people across Canada who are standing up to end violence. Please help us reach our vision of gifting out moose hide pins to each and every Canadian and hosting a Moose Hide Campaign Day in 2028 where 1 million Canadians will fast together to end violence against women and children.

frequently asked questions

  • Do I need to be Indigenous to take this course?

    Everyone is welcome to take this course. No prior experience or knowledge is required to take part successfully.

  • When does this training take place?

    This course is available for purchase anytime. The program is designed to take 3 hours to experience. As an online offering, you set the time and place to learn.

  • Can I take this training in a group?

    Yes, you can take this course as an individual, or contact our team to help you register everyone in your group of 100 or more. You'll just need a spreadsheet with their first and last names, and emails to get started.

Discover you are medicine to end violence.

Shared Experiences

“I'm a white, straight, male with the privilege of having no history of violence in my family. I didn't think I'd feel belonging in this course, but this might be one of the most impactful learning experiences I could have done, for my family, as a father, and as an ally who never asked myself who I am, or where I come from.”

Aaron Lambie, CEO of Nisto, a social impact reporting platform

“I really appreciated how the truth about colonization and MMIWG2S+ was shared. As a person who lived along the Highway of Tears, I was personally affected by the issue. All the time suggested for reflection felt good. I bookmarked all of the resources from this course and have already been using them in conversations with my friends. ”

Mal Kryklywyj, Lekwungen Territory

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Take action. Discover how we are medicine to end violence as your contribution this September 30, 2024

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