One Book One Brant: Understanding the Truth and Finding the Road to Reconciliation

23feb7:00 PM8:30 PM7:00 PM - 8:30 PM One Book One Brant: Understanding the Truth and Finding the Road to Reconciliation

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Embarking on the road to reconciliation requires an understanding of the truth
about the history of Canada in relation to Indigenous Peoples and the harmful impacts of colonialism. Join Dr. David Anderson to learn more about this history as well as who the Six Nations are and their relationship with the land we live on. Together we can take steps towards building reciprocal and respectful relationships with local
Indigenous communities.

Wahbiginojii, Dr. David Anderson is Dene/Anishinabe and Bear Clan. Born in Northern Ontario, he is a member of the Sahtu Dene in Deline NWT. He is an Indigenous Educator with experience as a Policy Analyst, Elementary School Teacher, curriculum writer and a Teacher Educator. He has worked with a number of First Nations communities in various capacities and for several Post-secondary institutes in Ontario and Manitoba. Dr. Anderson brings the wisdom and knowledge he has learned from his Elders and Teachers to all his work and Honours those who have taught him. He is the proud father of two who are working in their own fields and who continue on their own Road to Knowledge and Mino Bimaadiziwin.
Free Program, Registration Required.

A link to access the workshop via Zoom will be provided in an email to participants the morning of the event. BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR JUNK MAIL FOLDER.

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