Speaking My Truth: Reflections on Reconciliation & Residential School

Speaking My Truth: Reflections on Reconciliation and Residential School (AHF 2013, eds. Shelagh Rogers, Mike DeGagné, Jonathan Dewar, Glen Lowry) is a collection of stories that looks at the history of Residential School and possibilities for reconciliation from the perspective First Nation, Inuit, and Metis peoples. Feature first-person accounts from survivors, intergenerational survivors, this new scholastic edition of Speaking My Truth builds seeks to provide students and educators with a resource for generating understanding and much-needed debate around difficult questions of Reconciliation among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in Canada. Speaking My Truth has been selected from the Aboriginal Healing Foundation’s (AHF) three-volume Truth and Reconciliation series, which includes Vol I From Truth to Reconciliation, Vol II Response, Responsibility, and Renewal, and Vol III Cultivating Canada.