A Place to Hang Your Stories Winnipeg Aug 20 – 31, 2014

These links really show why it’s so important that people take time to go see
A Place To Hang Your Stories art installation.
https://www.facebook.com/lacen.edmonton/media_set?set=a.282898341864685.1073741829.100004335634115&type=1

https://www.facebook.com/events/1488627128038304/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
http://www.cbc.ca/…/2014/08/10/truth-and-reconciliation/
is the latest news story

AYO! Movement - The Blog

Find below an opportunity to show support for Residential School Survivors and their intergenerational descendants through an art display called A PLACE TO HANG YOUR STORIES. Our friends at the Indigenous Family Centre, the same place we have Meet Me at the Bell Tower Each Friday has stepped up to the plate to volunteer their space for this important project.

aplacetohangyourstories

In fall 2013, Artist Dawn Marie Marchand was approached by a community member who knew that the final Truth and Reconciliation Commission event was going to Edmonton March 2014. Knowing the power of Walking With Our Sisters Exhibit which provided immense awareness to the issue of Murdered and Missing Indigenous women, it also gave people a voice to be heard and often much needed healing. She wondered if such a project could happen for Residential School Survivors and their intergenerational descendants who are still affected even if they did not attend…

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