Media Release | February 21, 2017
In classrooms across Canada, some children learn about colonialism for the first time by standing on dozens of blankets strewn across the floor.
Media Release | April 14, 2012
In a unique role reversal, children in literacy programs for indigenous families are learning about Aboriginal culture and language and teaching it to their parents – many of whom are missing this knowledge because of Canada’s history of residential schools and child welfare removal policies. This reversal is identified in a new study by researchers at the University of British Columbia.