Chief complaints were the racist attitudes toward children, administration's emphasis on superiority of staff, and principal's attempts to control fraternization between students and teachers.
Petition from community is focused on reinstatement of the six teachers who resigned because of the situation at the school.
Symposium held March 10th, 2015 in Ottawa, Ontario "was intended to initiate ongoing discourse between Aboriginal Peoples and the mainstream business community regarding Aboriginal economic prosperity."
Speaker discusses his personal journey to success as a leader.
Eagle Feather News, vol. 10, no. 1, January 2007, pp. 1-2
Comments on the North American Indigenous Games, residential school survivors, Dr. Marie Battiste, the death of RCMP officer Robin Cameron, and more.
Article located on page 1 and by scrolling to page 2.
2022 Silas E. Halyk, QC Visiting Scholar in Advocacy Lecture: Presenter: Donald Worme
Media » Film and Video
First Nation lawyer discusses social justice advocacy for Indigenous peoples, how lawyers can best advocate those who are discriminated against in the civil and criminal justice system and the tools that are available to address judicial inequities.
"This document aims to capture the work and the learnings of the Aboriginal Capacity Café, a community-based event that gives youth an opportunity to speak their truth so that adults can learn about the experience of Aboriginal youth."
Resource guide includes information on: Aboriginal Communities and Services, Spirituality, Aboriginal Culture, Cultural Beliefs and Practices, Mi'kmaq Language, Mi'kmaq History and Band Governance and Identity.
Our Peoples' Education: Cut the Shackles, Cut the Crap and Cut the Mustard
Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Verna J. Kirkness
Journal of American Indian Education, vol. 39, no. 1, Special Issue 2, Fall , 1999, pp. [14-30]
Reprint two articles, one published in 1985 entitled: Indian Education: Past, Present and Future and a second published in 1998: Our Peoples' Education: Cut the Shackles, Cut the Crap and Cut the Mustard.
Includes links to research and evaluation publication series, descriptions of funded projects, and residential school resources for those affected by physical and/or sexual abuse suffered in Residential Schools.
Looks at a claim concerning the violation of the United Nations Genocide Convention in the Indian Residential Schools system, some of the effects of genocide on survivors and their families, and concludes by suggesting ways to move forward.
Article located by scrolling down page.
Statistics on demographic trends, culture and language, continuous learning, work and participation in society, living arrangements and housing, and health and well-being.
Chapter six of A Portrait of Seniors in Canada 2006.
Scroll to page 221 to read chapter.