Join the UTM Indigenous Centre in a Orange Shirt Day Beading Workshop. Beading kits will be provided but limited, this is a bring your own lunch. Light refreshments provided. For accommodations, contact Faith Desmoulin firstname.lastname@example.org Register Here
Honour the experiences of residential school survivors by joining a University-wide event to recognize Orange Shirt Day and the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation. Students, librarians, faculty members, and staff can register to attend this event in person or watch the live stream. The University of Toronto [...]
University of Toronto Orange Shirt Day T-Shirt Design Contest The Office of Indigenous Initiatives, in partnership with University of Toronto Bookstore, is inviting Indigenous U of T students to submit “Every Child Matters” T-shirt designs for Orange Shirt Day 2023. The creator of the winning design will receive $1,000! The [...]
Join us at U of T Scarborough as we celebrate Truth and Reconciliation Week with a screening of Rumble: the Indians Who Rocked the World. This featured documentary covers the role of Native Americans in popular music history that shaped the soundtracks of our time. This event is on [...]
Honour the experiences of residential school survivors by joining a University-wide event to recognize Orange Shirt Day and National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Students, librarians, faculty and staff may register to attend this event in-person or watch the livestream.
Indigenous students, staff and faculty are invited to the University of Toronto Indigenous Community Gathering on October 3rd at the Hart House Farm. This will be an opportunity to share space with each other and to prioritize community care following the National Day for Truth & Reconciliation (Orange Shirt [...]
Join us for a virtual event on Orange Shirt Day, a national movement in recognition of the experiences of survivors of residential schools in Canada. In the spirit of reconciliation and healing, Canadians are asked to wear an orange shirt on this day to acknowledge that every child matters. Whether you are working or going to school online or in-person, wear your orange shirt on September 30 to show your solidarity with Indigenous people!