National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
Tomorrow is Orange Shirt Day and the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This day acknowledges and honors the survivors of the residential school system in Canada. Many people are looking for quality personal and professional development resources to explore and learn on the day. Below are some resources to learn, inspire dialogue and further understanding.
- Tune into APTN for a full day of relevant programming.
- 16 resources to help settlers understand and advance Indigenous reconciliation
- Government of Canada’s Begin your learning journey website
- The Inaugural National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: Exploring what this means for reconciliation in Canada presentation. Available to the public September 30th on the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund’s social channels and YouTube channel.
- The Indian Act Said WHAT?
- Orange Shirt Day Teaching and Learning Resources
- Resonating Reconciliation documentaries (audio)
- Wawahte: Stories of Residential School Survivors documentary
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