Reflecting on Truth and Reconciliation in September

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As the leaves change and autumn approaches, September holds a special significance in Canada. It’s a time to pause, learn, and come together as we lead up to the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30th.
September is a month of awareness, understanding, and solidarity as we delve into the historical and ongoing impacts of colonialism on Indigenous communities. It’s a time to reflect on our shared history, recognize the injustices, and work towards healing and reconciliation.
Let’s take this month to educate ourselves, to listen to the stories and experiences of Indigenous peoples, and to open our hearts. Knowledge is a powerful tool for change, and it’s essential in our journey towards a more inclusive and equitable Canada. Looking for ways to get started?
Next Wednesday, September 20th in Fredericton is a film screening and panel discussion of NTOLIWIS NIL WOLASTOQ – My Name is Wolastoq a documentary from Director Nate Gaffney. See the link for more details. https://fb.me/e/3M6nC3FZq
This film is also available on CBC Gem on anyone not in the Fredericton region.
You can also explore our Treaty Education Resources at https://treatyeducationresources.ca

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