Indigenous People's Awareness Month Public Virtual Programming

Although the conditions are not ideal to celebrate Indigenous People's Awareness Month in person this year, Indigenous Relations and Inclusion, City of Thunder Bay is fortunate to have a creative, and dedicated circle of partners to help make this month a memorable one. Throughout this week and into next, we have a great line-up of education and entertainment for all to enjoy (co-hosted by Thunder Bay Public Library, Red Sky Performance, National Film Board of Canada). We invite you to take the time to explore what is available, and we look forward to seeing you in the virtual crowds!

Indigenous Reading List

Educating ourselves is a first step in learning and unlearning behaviours and to continue being part of the solution towards building a safe and inclusive community that we can all be proud of.

The Indigenous Reading List is a collaborative project between Indigenous Relations and Inclusion, City of Thunder Bay, Confederation College Library and Thunder Bay Public Library. The reading list is one methodology for which the aformentioned organizations are responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commissions' Call to Action #57 - Professional Development and Training for Public Servants and #2 Education and Reconciliation.

We hope that these selections will help in the learning journey and invite conversations in building new understandings.  

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