I AM a Kind Man I AM a Kind Man Youth Site Kids Site Kanawayhitowin - our Sister site

Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin (an Ojibway phrase) translates to “I Am a Kind Man”. At a time when violence is invading whole communities "I Am a Kind Man" reminds us that violence has never been an acceptable part of Aboriginal culture. This website embraces the Seven Grandfather Teachings which show us how to live in harmony with Creation through wisdom, love, respect, bravery, honesty, humility and truth.  


We are Aboriginal men from across Ontario who are very concerned about the problem of men’s violence and abuse against women in Aboriginal communities. The overall purpose of the Kizhaay Anishinaabe Niin Initiative is to engage the men of our communities to speak out against all forms of abuse towards Aboriginal women.


1. To provide education for men to address issues of abuse against women;

2. To re-establish traditional responsibilities by acknowledging that our teachings have never tolerated violence and abuse towards women;

3. To inspire men to engage other men to get involved and stop the abuse;

4. To support Aboriginal men who choose not to use violence.




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