100 Years of Loss Exhibit
The community gathered last week at the Moose Jaw Art Gallery for the official opening of the "100 Years of Loss" Exhibit. Prairie South is a proud partner of the bilingual mobile exhibition, which is designed to raise awareness about the history and the legacy of residential schools.
Indigenous knowledge educator and residential school survivor, Barb Fraser, presided over the opening, sharing her personal and heartfelt reflections on life in the residential schools. Guests were invited to take in the powerful exhibit, and partake in homemade bannoc bread and mint tea, while Barb shared her insights.
The exhibit runs until November 9th at the Moose Jaw Art Gallery. Schools can book a tour and are encouraged to utilize the educational kits in their classroom.
For more information, see the article in the Moose Jaw Express, or visit http://www.legacyofhope.ca/projects/100-years-of-loss-exhibition
"How Many Years Will it Take to Recover From 100 Years of Loss?" Moose Jaw Express
Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 13:53