About the video:
The legacy of residential schools in Canada lives on, and the historic Truth and Reconciliation Commission will soon commence its work to contribute to truth, healing, and reconciliation. In this lecture, Ovide Mercredi, chief of the Misipawistic Cree nation and former chief of the Assembly of First Nations, reflects on what true reconciliation means and explains that it will only work if the reconciliation process engages aboriginals as equal partners. He was the keynote speaker at the First Nations Conference on Reconciliation Processes, hosted by the Queen's University School of Policy Studies and the First Nations Technical Institute.
Published on: October 18, 2008 |
Length: 53:49 |
| This video is available until: February 7, 2106