Learning More Together

Jun 2, 2021

There is much for us to learn right now. Even though we feel like we are trying our best to learn and understand we know we can do better. Will we make mistakes, say the wrong thing, likely, but we are open to listening and learning. To honour all children of residential schools we are dedicated to learning more. Here are some resources we have used ourselves in our learning journey and others we hope to learn from. 

Speaking Our Truth A Journey of Reconciliation – Monique Gray Smith
This Land – A Companion Resource for Early Childhood Educators
Early Years Indigenous Cultural Safety Resource Guide
Indigenous Canada Course – University of Alberta 
Cost: Free
This course takes an Indigenous perspective, to explore key issues facing Indigenous peoples today from a historical and critical perspective. It includes a focus on national and local Indigenous-settler relations from a historical and critical perspective.
First Nations Child and Family Caring Society
Orange Shirt Day
National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
Assembly of First Nations

Children’s books:

When We Were Alone by David Alexander Robertson

Shi-shi-etko by Nicola I. Campbell

Shin-chi’s Canoe by Nicola I. Campbell 

Spirit Bear Books by Cindy Blackstock

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