Spoken Letters

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Standing in Solidarity with Survivors

Mandala Blog: After much deliberation and restlessness, my “Spoken Letters” gift took shape in the form of a mandala. By marking stones found…

Spoken Letters From Our Hearts

Spoken Letters from Our Hearts: combined reflections from a Nuu-Cha-Nulth woman and a Kwawaka’wakw woman We chose to collaborate our…

Honouring Residential School Survivors

This spoken letters assignment has been very inspiring and enjoyable for me as I was able send a personal message to…

Standing in Solidarity with Residential School Survivors

This ‘spoken letter’ written response compelled me to take the time to reflect on, and honour, the personal stories of residential school survivors, and to learn about and acknowledge Canada’s dark colonial…

Spoken Letters and Voices Heard

To begin with I would like to say that I am honoured to speak in response to my reading of…

Spoken Letters

The spoken letter that I have created was meant to address the survivors of the Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Centre. The purpose of this letter…

A Thank You

Over the summer I worked at a fishing lodge in Haida Gwaii, which translates to Islands of the People. Although I was not working directly…

Spoken Letter

My project was a response to residential schools and Roy Jake Denny’s story found here: http://www.mikmaweydebert.ca/home/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Denny_Jake_Roy_17Oct2016.pdf . As the project…

Intentions for Reconciliation

Hello my name is Elena G. and I have chosen to share positive intentions that survivors have written from the…

In Honour of Survivors of Residential Schools in Canada

Darren and I chose to work collaboratively to create a digital spoken letter that is not only to be sent…

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