Connecting – Resilience – Indigenous – Truth & Reconciliation (CRITR)
Authors – Dr. Pamela Rose Toulouse, Len Pierre, Dallas Yellowfly, Legacy of Hope Foundation, Moose Hide Campaign, Indian Residential School Survivors Society, and Orange Shirt Society.
This book is a collection that displays parts of the history of indigenous peoples in Canada with the process of reconciliation. It’s designed to educate all children and youth – our future leaders – about indigenous history and current events. Intention to give a better understanding and to positively contribute to reconciliation.
Together, we must consider the past, the present, and the future in our efforts to better ourselves and future generations. A wealth of high-quality articles, and learning activities, consisting of units and lessons that can be used by anyone – teachers, parents & guardians, students, and business professionals who may have little or no prior knowledge or understanding of indigenous peoples or subjects.
You will meet real indigenous peoples speaking out and sharing their stories and their first-hand experiences. The stories told within its covers are unique, just like everyone working through their journey of understanding and doing their small part towards reconciliation.