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Truth and Reconciliation Speaker Series

A while back my APUSH class was studying the Dawes Act. The Dawes Act is maybe best known for establishing the system of Native American reservations we have today. 621 more words

IPAC National Officially Announces the 2017 National Year of Dialogue

January 10, 2017

A nation-wide initiative bringing Canadian public administrators together with First Nation, Metis and Inuit government officials and leaders for shared learning is being launched this week by the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC). 273 more words


The Elor Azaria Case

The Elor Azaria  case is tearing Israel apart. This is the case of a young medic named Elor Azaria who shot an unarmed Palestinian, Abdel Fattah al-Sharif, while he lay on the ground severely wounded and bleeding. 783 more words

Truth And Reconciliation

Finding Ourselves Through Circles

“Meaning is improvised together…’telling our story’ is how we make sense of the world and ourselves.” (Loy, 2010)

A small group of Learning Leaders gathered to determine what might be the best way to navigate through the journey of discovering and uncovering what it means take up Indigenous ways of knowing across the curriculum. 741 more words

What is reconciliation? Part 2: Don't just do something, stand there

At the first rehearsal of Irwin Shaw’s play, “The Assassin,” Producer Martin Gabel noticed a young actress gesticulating wildly instead of remaining motionless. Gabel shouted: “Don’t just do something; stand there.” 

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Kairos Palestine Conference - Seeking a Path to Peace

Kairos Palestine conference

This past weekend I attended the Kairos Palestine conference in Bethlehem. It was an inspiring gathering of leading clergy and lay people from churches and advocacy organisations in Jerusalem and Palestine. 854 more words

Pathways To Peace