Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day

This Sunday, June 21, is National Indigenous People's Day - an opportunity for everyone to celebrate the cultural richness and contributions of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. Here are just a few of the many resources available, providing ways we can join together to learn more, celebrate and reflect:

Join in online

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity is celebrating on June 21 with free online events and workshops with a rich and unique immersion in Treaty 7 arts and culture http://ow.ly/qe5i50AcCBU

Decolonization is for Everyone - Pipil/Maya media maker and environmental educator Nikki Sanchez discusses what colonization looks like and how it can be addressed http://ow.ly/vBki50AcCBO

Haida Modern - a feature-length, award-winning documentary on Haida artist Robert Davidson http://ow.ly/I2m050AcCBN

Invasion – a short documentary about the Unist’ot’en Camp and the larger Wet’suwet’en Nation standing up to colonial violence http://ow.ly/dIOG50AcCBV

20 Canadian books for kids and teens to read for National Indigenous History Month http://ow.ly/bqGB50AcCBS
35 books to read for National Indigenous History Month http://ow.ly/PcLU50AcCBQ

Podcast: Growing up Indigenous when you don’t look it http://ow.ly/XxXG50AcCBR

Online Course: Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education - University of British Columbia http://ow.ly/fcw250AcCBT

For the kids!
Learning and Activity Guide: http://ow.ly/ZwTb50AcCBP