National Aboriginal Day saw one Winnipeg teacher engaging young people in a dialogue about Canada’s Indigenous reality.
National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation provides doorway to painful history, path to reconciliation.
Educators encouraged to teach children about Indigenous peoples in ways that engender respect, thereby changing Canadian society for the better.
Election Forum on Indigenous Education and Reconciliation hears from noted speakers and candidates.
Colombian Mestiza interdisciplinary artist, Praba Pilar, brings her experience with mapping identity projects to Winnipeg’s North End youth.
Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission challenges educators to help restore balance to the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
While Winnipeg shares a collective pat on the back for attempting to confront racism in our city, the question remains whether treaties will be honoured and if help will ever come to those who need it most.
It was an inspiration to bear witness to a celebration of art-making reflecting Indigenous culture of this region in the hallways and classrooms of Victory School.
In Seven Oaks School Division, students are proud to attend a school as diverse as Maples Collegiate, where young Indigenous students are inspired to change stereotypes.
The recently developed Live Art Lab over at Urban Shaman Gallery is a unique opportunity to feel each other’s humanity and to really be attentive to the other person.