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Robyn Lawson: Itisahwâkan 2h
I've been asking this question for a long, long time too. Actually, I know quite a few people who have. I appreciate seeing it presented at this level. calls to action.
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#ReconcileEritrea #ዕርቂ تصالح# Sep 15
Replying to @_fan_fala
So many victims and families of victims are among us and come to our meetings. And we all have failed the victims and their families. I think we should have reconciliation session in our meetings. I believe it will be pretty transformative. 2/3
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Myesha Delgado 11h
So, how and when does reconciliation take place?
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Mrs. Duprey 3h
The path to reconciliation workshop tonight!
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Nadine 3h
Wherever one lives: WATER IS A HUMAN RIGHT.
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BC Green Party 20h
“The status quo approach is simply not good enough. Indigenous people and communities continue to be marginalized, their rights are the same as they have always been,” writes
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Lethbridge News Now 6h
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Praise Hands 6h
RT if you agree! 🙌🏾🙌🏼
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Cricket Australia Sep 16
With almost 70,000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people playing cricket across Australia, our National Indigenous Squad play a significant role in and mentorship of Indigenous youth in the game! 🏏
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A'nò:wara Thohahente Sep 16
I'll save everything's doing time and effort. is dead as a petrified tree. Genocide by Canada and the Liberal party of Canada killed it. I always thought LPC meant Lying Pricks of Canada
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Mike Paonessa 1h
Our walking together learning journey is off and running this year as hosts our first after school learning and sharing session. Thank you to our teachers for your participation and guests for joining us.
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Emilee Gilpin 10h
This is historic for the Heiltsuk Nation. After the potlatch was banned until 1951, they will be opening a Bighouse in the heart of their territory in October. Ancestors must be proud. Hands are raised to the .
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Sarah Williams 2h
Exploring the ideas of Dr. Rudine Sims Bishop (shared beautifully by whose work I love to follow) and discussing stories as mirrors and windows as we lead up to and work towards
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Melanie White Sep 17
Hey OCDSB English teachers! Please consider making book purchases through as part of our collective act towards Great selection of Indigenous reads with wonderful service by Indigenous owners.
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SCDSB_IndigenousEd 6h
SCDSB students are asking good questions to learn more about residential schools.
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Tammy Wu Sep 12
Thank your for sharing this with our students. So important for .
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First Contact Canada Sep 17
Season 2 of First Contact starts tonight on -- where will you be watching from? Share your location in the comments!
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Lisa Frizzell 3h
Experienced the most inspiring training/dialogue with colleagues from and three incredible facilitators from today to explore our personal and professional journeys of . So thought-provoking and impactful! Thanks to all involved!
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CUPE Local 5167 8h
Don't forget to wear an Orange Shirt on September 30th!
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Aissata DE 12h
- a effort for all - How holding people to account will not affect and - - Alagie Barrow
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