Sept. 27 – Sitting with Survivors: Living through the Indian Residential School System in CanadaPosted on: Sep 14, 2021
As we prepare for our campus closure on September 30th, we encourage all members of the CUE community to pause and reflect on the history and realities of Indigenous communities today. National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a time to listen survivors and their families, remember all the children who never made it home and recognize the profound impacts of residential school on Indigenous families today.
Truth telling is critical in our journey towards healing and reconciliation. Join us virtually on Monday, September 27th at 11AM for a facilitated conversation about the history and legacy of residential schools with residential school survivor, Harold Cook and resolution support program manager, Rocky Ward.
Register here: https://forms.gle/yw6VHN7bVgwMnJkk8
If you have an orange shirt, please remember to wear it on September 30th or during the event. CUE Orange T-Shirts will be coordinated by the Concordia Student Association (CSA) and the CUE Indigenous Fellowship. More details to follow!