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Ravens: Messengers of Change takes flight to foster Reconciliation

KAIROS Canada and the Legacy of Hope Foundation launch accompaniment to KAIROS Blanket Exercise (Toronto, ON) – KAIROS Canada and the Legacy of Hope Foundation (LHF) are thrilled to launch Ravens: Messengers of Change, an educational resource for people of all ages that creates awareness and action for Reconciliation in Canada by calling on everyone to become, like Ravens, the messengers of change. The resource is available on the KAIROS and LHF websites and downloadable free of charge. KAIROS and LHF encourage schools, families, organizations, government officials and companies […]

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 202020 Views

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Indigenous feel racism’s sting in Canada – The Catholic Register

June 18, 2020 Deacon Michael James Robinson has a lifetime of experience that tells him systemic racism is real and it’s embedded in Canadian history and culture. The reality of racism has a way of hitting Indigenous Canadians hard. Robinson was hit with it — and a police vehicle — just a couple months after […]

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Centering Black, Indigenous, women of colour in a post-pandemic recovery – Kairos

Jun. 12th, 2020 It was a year ago, on June 3, when Canada received the final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, which delivered 231 individual calls for justice to governments, institutions and Canadians, based on testimony from thousands of families, survivors and Knowledge Keepers. The federal government […]

by ahnationtalk on June 12, 202020 Views

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Stories of residential school impacts experienced by Indigenous Women – Kairos

Jun. 3rd, 2020 The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada was formed 12 years ago, the Calls for Justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls was released a year ago, and this Indigenous Women’s Month at KAIROS we join our voices with others in calling on the Canadian government to address the systemic […]

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This June is Indigenous Women’s Month at KAIROS – Kairos Canada

Throughout June, KAIROS will highlight and celebrate Indigenous women working to make change in Canada and the Global South. Through profiles, spotlights and by sharing inspiration, KAIROS aims to raise up those working to live in a good way, and to improve society for future generations. We’ve curated a month of features that will include the launch of the […]

by ahnationtalk on June 1, 202022 Views

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Raymond de Souza: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission made this a no-win situation – National Post

No-win because the very institutions that are required to resolve disputes are themselves being considered corrupt and illegitimate “We’re in a no-win situation,” said Tom Stamatakis, president of the Canadian Police Association. “If we enforce the law … we’re criticized often for being too aggressive. On the other hand, if we don’t enforce the law… […]

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 202041 Views

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Why Indigenous Authority is Important to You – Anglican Journal

February 20, 2020 Imagine the Canadian outrage. What if one country, with massive economic control and a police force, invaded a land, installed its own government, and then arrested the representatives of the true government when they protested the plans of the country that colonized them. Imagine the Canadian outrage. Why, then, is there no […]

by ahnationtalk on February 20, 202055 Views

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Op-ed: Church honours connections at 100-year anniversary event – Alberta Daily Herald Tribune

January 16, 2020 St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church kicked off its centennial celebrations on Jan. 11 with acknowledgement of its relationship to the land as well as the church’s long history with the Indigenous peoples of Canada. On display at the 100-year anniversary event was a giant floor map, which served as a starting point […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 202069 Views

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Understanding wrongs and seeking justice for First Nations – GuelphToday

Dublin United Church series is part of November’s Treaty Recognition Week They see themselves as keepers of the water. And for the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, water continues to play a significant role in their identity. “They settled mostly at the mouths of rivers and because of this, they signed many treaties,” said […]

by ahnationtalk on November 19, 201968 Views

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Chief of Kashechewan First Nation now also James Bay community’s priest – CBC

61-year-old feels lucky that he didn’t attend residential school run by Anglican church Nov 18, 2019 Sometimes Kashechewan First Nation chief Leo Friday feels funny when he wears his headdress. He doesn’t like to be the centre of attention. “I just want to look myself down. Humble, eh?” says the 61-year-old. Friday feels the same […]

by ahnationtalk on November 18, 201964 Views

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