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Sharmila Bacchus

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I thought this was such a positive, necessary step and wonderful to see UBC implement. SFU should do this " at Nitobe Japanese Memorial Garden - 1751614379660188873

April 2, 2018 I thought this was such a positive, necessary step and wonderful to see UBC implement. SFU should do this too. Every sign across Canada should be like this. "The hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ names are written in a phonetic alphabet developed with linguists to represent sounds used in oral languages." #beyond94

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Two Row On The Grand

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@nctr_um with @get_repost ・・・ The Pope said - No!⠀ "The Catholic Bishops of Canada have been in dialogue with the Pope and the Holy See concerning the legacy of suffering you have experienced," Gendron wrote. "The Holy Father is aware of the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which he takes seriously. As far as call to action .58 is concerned, after carefully considering the request and extensive dialogue with the bishops of Canada, he felt that he could not personally respond."CTV News - Mia Rabson, The Canadian Press⠀ Published Tuesday, March 27, 2018 5:50PM EDT ⠀ https://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/canada/pope-says-he-can-t-personally-apologize-for-church-role-in-residential-schools-1.3861214 #Beyond94

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CMU Admissions

Instagram Image by CMU Admissions (@cmu_admissions) with caption : "This morning Marlene Gallagher, Clairissa Kelly, and Peter Friesen presented CMU with an art piece -  celebrating our jo" at Canadian Mennonite University - 1745905184045194612

This morning Marlene Gallagher, Clairissa Kelly, and Peter Friesen presented CMU with an art piece - celebrating our journey of reconciliation between indigenous-settler people this year. The morning was filled with story telling, music, dancing, and food.

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The Pope said - No!⠀ "The Catholic Bishops of Canada have been in dialogue with the Pope and the Holy See concerning the legacy of suffering you have experienced," Gendron wrote. "The Holy Father is aware of the findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which he takes seriously. As far as call to action .58 is concerned, after carefully considering the request and extensive dialogue with the bishops of Canada, he felt that he could not personally respond."CTV News - Mia Rabson, The Canadian Press⠀ Published Tuesday, March 27, 2018 5:50PM EDT ⠀ https://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/canada/pope-says-he-can-t-personally-apologize-for-church-role-in-residential-schools-1.3861214 #Beyond94

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CBC Manitoba

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Peter Yellowquill is a residential school survivor. Peter shared his story with to CBC Manitoba and @cbcindigenous for #Beyond94, an immersive, interactive and comprehensive project on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action. . “The sexual abuse. The physical abuse. The beatings were common. How can you tell me that God is love and then you’re raping me and beating me?” . Peter talked about reconciliation and how Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians can work together toward the path to reconciliation. . “I’ve forgiven my abusers. And it’s a hard thing, but I’ve forgiven them. But I can’t reconcile what is on the table right now with these things that are missing in my life. Family. My father’s touch. My grandparents love. All those things I heard about our culture. It’s not there.” . Beyond 94 will be a living resource as new documentaries, residential school survivor stories, ideas and community-based action around reconciliation are added. . “Once, before I leave this earth, I want to hear from the good priests, from the good administrators, from the good RCMP officers. I want to hear from them that they knew and that they tried to do something about it.” . Truth. Reconciliation. Find your call to action. Visit cbc.ca/beyond94 to learn more.

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"What we're talking about doing is establishing respectful relationships and that's a process, but we need a reason to come together and have that conversation ... and if that's framed through the language of reconciliation, that's OK," Ry Moran, Director of NCTR, said at the CBC Town Hall on March 22, 2018. #Beyond94

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CBC Manitoba

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Residential school survivor, Katherine Thomas, recently shared her story with CBC Manitoba and @cbcindigenous for #Beyond94, an immersive, interactive and comprehensive project on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action. . Katherine talked about reconciliation — what it means to her and how Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians can work together toward the path to reconciliation. . “Reconciliation for me is learning about what happened at residential schools. And actually not just talking about it, but actually doing something about it.” . Truth. Reconciliation. Find your call to action. Visit cbc.ca/beyond94 to learn more.

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Katelyn Duncan

Instagram Image by Katelyn Duncan (@farmerathertable) with caption : "Reconciliation starts with me and you. It starts at the individual level along with our collectives. It’s not simply som" at CBC Saskatchewan - 1741022133268942502

Reconciliation starts with me and you. It starts at the individual level along with our collectives. It’s not simply something to strive for, but an ongoing process. It’s about truth - first and foremost. It’s about inviting new people, all people, to the conversation..for how do we reconcile with strangers.. #beyond94

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CBC Manitoba

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Louise Hall is a residential school survivor. . “As a five year old child, you walk into the school and you see so many other children crying. And then you have the older children come to you and tell you not to cry because it’s going to get worse.” . Lousie recently shared her story with CBC Manitoba and @cbcindigenous for #Beyond94, a new website that highlights survivor stories. . “To walk up those stairs and to hear this woman speaking English and telling me, ‘Get in that shower, wash yourself, wash everything off. Wash until you take all your brown skin off. God doesn’t like brown skin.’ I tried... I grew up hating the colour of my skin. I wanted to be white. I was broken inside, thinking, how can I change to be accepted in society?” . In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission published 94 calls to action urging all levels of government to work together to change policies and programs in a concerted effort to repair the harm caused by residential schools and move forward with reconciliation. . Beyond 94 provides suggestions, resources and examples of what reconciliation is, and how Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians can work together towards the path to reconciliation. . “I pray that people find some type of peace within themselves to help us, to open their own hearts, so that everybody can start working together.” . Truth. Reconciliation. Find your call to action. Visit cbc.ca/beyond94 to learn more.

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CBCIndigenous

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Sisters Louise (left) and Janet Longclaws are both residential school survivors.⠀ •⠀ Both say their experiences have had a lasting impact on their family and themselves.⠀ •⠀ “I wasn’t able to parent my children as well as I wish I could have. No one ever read to me, no one cuddled me or gave me a hug if I was feeling sad. No one was there for me as a child. I had to pick myself up and keep going. I like to think I’m getting better at it with my grandchildren,” said Louise.⠀ •⠀ “We stopped in at Brandon Residential School. I took a brick and threw it against the wall. It felt freeing, I felt a release of some of the anger that I had that I couldn’t express when I was at res school. Being able to retaliate in a way that no one could witness it,” said Janet.⠀ •⠀ Visit www.cbc.ca/beyond94. It’s an interactive website measuring progress of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action.⠀ •⠀ •⠀ #beyond94

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Menno Simons College

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This Friday, MSC is pleased to host a Sharing Circle, in collaboration with @uwinnipeg’s Aboriginal Student Services Centre. Elder Calvin Pompana will lead us, and all are welcome. . Join us March 23, at 11:30AM, in 2MS13. (link in bio). . . . . . #beyond94

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CBC Manitoba

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Janet Longclaws was taken from her home to go to a residential school when she was seven years old. . “We stopped in at Brandon Residential School. I took a brick and threw it against the wall. It felt freeing, I felt a release of some of the anger that I had that I couldn’t express when I was at res school. Being able to retaliate in a way that no one could witness it.” . Janet spoke to CBC Manitoba and @cbcindigenous as part of #Beyond94, an interactive website measuring progress of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action. The site provides a narrative about the status of each call related to Child Welfare, Language and Culture, Justice, Education, Health and Reconciliation. . “One moment, would have to be witnessing the sexual abuse of a little boy by another student. That traumatized me.” . Janet spoke about reconciliation and what it means to her. . “I wonder about that. Where they’re coming from. They might have a lack of compassion and empathy for people who have been tortured as children. How they would have felt if their children were taken away at the ages of four and five, like my younger siblings were. How can you relate and tell people to get over that?” . Visit cbc.ca/beyond94 to hear her story and learn how Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians can work together towards the path to reconciliation. . “I would be welcoming for other people to come and ask questions and learn about what happened to us so we can reconcile some of the differences we have between our communities.” . Truth. Reconciliation. Find your call to action.