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Survivors Gathering 2019

Survivors Gathering 2019
Date: Sunday, September 29, 2019
Time: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Woodland Cultural Centre
Address: 184 Mohawk St
City/Province: Brantford, Ontario

On Sunday, September 29th we welcome Residential School Survivors, their families, our surrounding communities, friends, neighbours; and the public at-large for a day of workshops and presentations.

The event will culminate in a healing walk from the steps of the former Mohawk Institute to the end of the laneway before returning to the centre for the final roster of workshops and the keynote address.

Our vision is to create a healing space for Survivors, their families, and our communities..

Woodland Cultural Centre In partnership with Ontario Indian Residential School Support Services (OIRSSS), and Indigenous Legal Aid… invites Residential School Survivors, their families, local organizations and schools across communities to come together and participate in recognition of those First Nations Survivors who suffered and persevered through generations of abuse, loss of language and loss of culture.

**Orange TShirts will be on sale on site but no guarantee on sizes, so best come get one early!**

– Speakers and Schedule TBA stay plugged into the EVENT –

🔸 Interactive Drop in Workshops
🔸 Survivor Stories
🔸 Sacred Fire
🔸 Guest Speakers
🔸 Food Vendors
🔸 Brick Tours
🔸 Healing Walk

This is a Free Event. And we welcome all children… so invite your Facebook friends and let’s all come together to make this a success!

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Use the hashtag #survivorsgathering2019 so we can share your posts!

Nyá:wen

 

TO SEE THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF THE DAYS EVENTS VISIT OUR WEBSITE.

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