Tony Stevenson Residential School Legacy Presentation
Film & video
History & heritage
Youth & teens
Truth and Reconciliation
Tony Stevenson’s presentation portrays a meaningful, emotionally charged message. The accounts of the residential school survivors are expertly shown. As students and residents of Canada who have never experienced such an atrocity, the reality of residential school abuse is difficult to comprehend. Through Tony's presentation we will be exposed to the uncensored truth. It is pertinent that people be exposed to real, tangible, uncensored, and raw accounts of residential school abuse from people who have experienced it. Mr. Stevenson’s presentation is eye-opening and forces the audience to reflect on their privileges, the importance of uncensored residential school abuse education, and the “hush-hush” attitude evident in school systems today.
This event is free.
Weyburn Community Committee for Truth and Reconciliation
The WCCTR is a group of Weyburn citizens who are committed to Truth and Reconciliation. The WCCTR is a multicultural group consisting of community leaders from a variety of community organizations found in and around Weyburn.
This event is part of a hub:
Happening between September 26th and October 1st, there are 6 Culture Days events happening in Weyburn. Monday, September 26th at 11am outside Weyburn City Hall will be a Treaty 4 Flag Raising and Acknowledgement. Tuesday, September 27t...
633 King St
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.