KAIROS echoes faith communities and Indigenous nations’ calls for accountability to mark numerous reconciliation anniversaries

Today’s beginning of Indigenous History Month has been overshadowed by the recovery of 215 stolen children at a former Indian residential school in British Columbia.  Simultaneously, we are fast approaching the second anniversary of the 231 Calls for Justice for MMIWG2Spirit. These anniversaries and headlines have spurred feelings of grief and many…
Mary-Anne Kechego

The Importance of Growing Gardens

Presented by Mary-Anne Kechego  In this session, Mary-Anne talks about the importance of growing gardens as a way to remind us that all the plants that we grow can help…
Tina Stevens

Social Injustice in the Courts System

Presented by Tina Stevens  In Social Injustice in the Court System, Tina Stevens explores how settler colonialism began the long-standing legacy of racism and discrimination toward Indigenous peoples, discusses the…
Mary-Anne Kechego

We Are All Treaty People

Presented by Mary-Anne Kechego  As part of National Indigenous Day 2021, Mary-Anne Kechego talks about the Two-Row Wampum Belt & Dish with One Spoon treaty covering southern Ontario to illustrate what…
Gloria Thomson

Métis Teachings

Presented by Gloria Thomson  In Métis Teachings, Gloria Thomson presents the evolvement of the Métis as a distinct People and shares the impact of that history as it has affected…