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Truth, Reconciliation, and Reading: How to read the TRC and what to read next

For my international readers, and Canadians who’ve been under a rock for the past couple of years:

The TRC is a component of the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement.

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Reading Roundups

Thanksgiving 2.0- Six Reasons Why I think we should still celebrate Thanksgiving...With a Twist

By now, most of us (or at least the people in my circles) know that American Thanksgiving has attached to it some egregious re-writing of history. 706 more words


'I was very broken': Newfoundland and Labrador residential school survivors seek compensation

Josie Penny was sent to school at age seven, moving from her family’s home in remote Roaches Brook, Labrador, to the village of Cartwright.

She was excited to go. 1,206 more words


Dominic Barter: Respect Means to Look Again

Published by EducationNews.org — We live in a super-aggressive world.  Those who want peace must be able to walk towards the conflict.

I have hated the word “respect.”  What does it mean?  774 more words

Reading Excercises

This winter, in collaboration with #ReadTheTRCReport, No Reading After the Internet will be participating in Reading Exercises, an exhibition organized by Katrie Chagnon at Montréal’s Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery. 532 more words


My NDN Summer - 5 - Ghosts and Mud

“Nobody’s there anymore, that place is a ghost town,” Uncle Billy says while we’re sitting around his apartment in Edmonton drinking coffee too late in the day. 1,369 more words

Beyond Punishment

As a long time restorative justice advocate, I was moved by the documentary, Beyond Punishment by German director, Hubertus Siegert of Berlin.

This is how the documentary is described: 1,021 more words