Healing the Scars of Colonialism Documentary
Grandmother's Voice is a community of Indigenous elders, knowledge keepers, and educators. Of the 94 recommendations made by Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the vast majority require Canadians to develop a fundamentally-better understanding of Indigenous culture and history, and Grandmother's Voice is doing just that. This documentary looks at the work being done by the 'Grandmas,' along with other educators and activists, to help heal the scars of colonialism.
This event is free.
Arts Milton connects artists of all genres and levels of experience with the greater Milton community, in the spirit of facilitating creative expression and cultural enrichment. Our organization offers a variety of programs including membership opportunities, professional development workshops, artist networking events, The Friendship Project, a Summer Days performance series and Milton Culture Days activities.
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Join Arts Milton for more than 70 free arts and culture activities this autumn during Milton Culture Days 2021. Choose from a diverse selection of online workshops and presentations and join us for outdoor art activations and performances!