September 30 marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada.
This day honours the lost children and survivors of residential schools, their families, and communities.
Please join us in supporting reconciliation with Indigenous communities and observing this day. We have compiled some select resources and invite you to contribute to this list:
Settlers Take Action – On Canada Project
Join us as we work on learning about our personal role in reconciliation with the Indigenous Peoples of the land now called Canada.
Native Land is a resource to learn more about Indigenous territories, languages, lands, and ways of life.
21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act – Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.
This book is an essential guide to understanding the Indian Act and its repercussions on generations of Indigenous peoples.
This is an Indigenous podcast about the warrior life – featuring the voices of Indigenous warriors, advocates & leaders on the front lines of Indigenous resistance, resurgence and revitalization, who are protecting our lands, peoples and sovereignty.
Truth & Reconciliation Sharing Circle Workshop
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Workshop Series is a virtual event open to all learners, educators, and professionals aiming to learn in a safe & inclusive environment.
On Truth and Reconciliation with James Harry
Join the most recent awardee of GRIFFIN’S Indigenous Studio Award, artist James Harry, for a talk about his most recent piece for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in collaboration with SOS Children’s Village BC. The talk will follow a Q&A led by Indigenous curatorial assistant, Emmett Hanly.