Indigenous Voices Speaker Series - Residential Schools; History & Reconciliation
Oct 27, 2021
Steven Greyeyes
Indigenous Voices Speaker Series - Residential Schools; History & Reconciliation

This is a special, jointly organized speaker series on First Nation issues as set out by the Grace United Church in Port Dover in colaboration with the Rotary Club of Norfolk Sunrise and highlighting several informed speakers, expert in the matters they will present to us.

Steven Greyeyes is the Education Coordinator for the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. Trained as a history and native studies teacher, Stephen is an Indigenous educator from Muskeg Lake Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. Living in Winnipeg, he has worked in public education and corporate training for over fifteen years. 

The presentation will explore the history of residential schools, unmarked grave recoveries, settlement agreement, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and reconciliation today. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions and bring diverse views to discuss. This is a safe learning environment for discussion.