This article was published in the Nation on Sunday, 13 May 2012
In October 1983, I attended a ceremony at Huancavelica Cathedral in the Peruvian Andes, my heart fluttering at an altitude of 12,000 feet. 1,359 more words
In response to Orwellian laws concerning mental health issues, necessity has given birth to the idea of the American Truth and Reconciliation Project, Coalition, and Commission. 1,197 more words
In response to Orwellian laws concerning mental health issues, necessity has given birth to the American Truth and Reconciliation Project, Coalition, and Commission. This project, the people contained within, and the findings derived thereof serve to promote long term peace and stability amidst the noise and confusion of fear based public policy. 1,168 more words
By Brenlee Coates
It’s not too often that an interest in history is a requirement for a job.
But in the case of Ry Moran, who’s been working in Aboriginal language preservation with his production company and statement gathering for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC), it’s paramount. 910 more words
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet will open its 75th season with a piece inspired by the stories recounted by Indian Residential School survivors during the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) over the last five years. 188 more words