Blood & Water: Produced as a part of the Great Art for Great Lakes project, this self narrated documentary exposing new light on the modern day impact and generational trauma caused from residential schools. Layla Black, is Mohawk Turtle Clan from the Six Nations of the Grand River and shares her family’s journey to reclamation through their eternal connection to the water and the discovery of traditional teachings.
Layla Black is an Indigenous Entrepreneur with a passion for helping others share their message, grow their businesses & impact the world with their vision. Over the past decade she has dialed in and mastered Social Media Engagement, Leadership Development, with a special passion for empowering female entrepreneurs worldwide. Creating a Global Online Women’s Community for thousands of women around the world has been one of her most rewarding projects.
“Reaching back into my Indigenous Community with my skill set has been a powerful reconnection for me. Helping First Nations understand the world of Social Media and how to leverage the internet to grow their ideas and small businesses is a passion of mine.”