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By gaining awareness and understanding for each others’ differences and environments, communities begin to break down harmful stereotypes and acknowledge contributions of both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous peoples.
HIP was co-created with a strong list of stakeholders including Indigenous Elders, Rotarians, Teachers, Education Councillors, Knowledge Keepers and other ethical leaders.
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A land acknowledgement is a single act of reconciliation. Recent version of land acknowledgements have been inspired by the 94 Calls-to-Action published in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada report.
A young Indigenous high school artist, Amberlee King, struggled with the loss of her father. When Amberlee was asked to paint a mural for the Project Journey Classroom, she immediately accepted.
With the closure of Dennis Franklin Cromarty (DFC) High School in Thunder Bay in March, the beginning of a new school year in September meant some real challenges for the hundreds of students, many from remote fly-in communities, who will shortly return to the community.