residential schools

“The more you know”: Critical historical knowledge about Indian residential schools increases Non-Indigenous Canadians' empathy for Indigenous Peoples

Publication Date: 
Saturday, September 25, 2021
Neufeld, K., Starzyk , K. , Boese, G., Efimoff, I. & Wright, S.
Online Document Type: 
Research, policy & practice

Voices to be heard - Truth and Reconciliation with Bevann Fox

In the background there is green, orange and red in a big checkered pattern. In the middle is a beaded art in the shape of an orange shirt with a red emblem and feathers.
Online, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) ON
Event date: 
30 Sep 2022 - 10:00am to 11:00am

All are invited to join Bevann Fox, a residential school survivor and author, as she talks about the impact of residential schools and introduces her book, Genocidal Love.

She will address the healing process as it continues today; along with her insights on Truth and Reconciliation. Classrooms, groups, and anyone 13+ will learn the Truth and grow through Reconciliation.

To watch live from Youtube, please click this link:

For more information on National Truth and Reconciliation Day, please visit the Ottawa Public Library's blog:

Contact name: 
Ottawa Public Library
Contact phone: 
613 580 2940