Walk for Reconciliation

In 2013, during the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s process, an astonishing 70,000 people showed up (in the pouring rain!) on a Sunday morning in downtown Vancouver to participate in the Walk for Reconciliation. Since that time, people, organizations, and communities have been taking steps, both large and small, to integrate their work and thoughts with the TRC’s Recommendations. It is an important moment in Canada’s history that we all can be a part of.

Let’s walk again to celebrate the continuation of this work and process.
Experience the power of ‘Namwayut — We Are All One on September 24th.
The the 4 km walk will begin at 9:30am at Cambie St & Georgia St.
This is an opportunity for people of all backgrounds to make a personal contribution to the reconciliation movement.
How we build relationships today affects our next generations. Through walking in the spirit of reconciliation, you honour intergenerational lives taken, survivors and those impacted by the Indian residential school system, and show your support for the youth in all communities.

Friday, September 15th, 2017. Filed in Category: Social Justice

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