SEPTEMBER 30TH IS ORANGE SHIRT DAY!!!

Orange Shirt Day, September 30, is a day to honour and uphold Survivors and intergenerational Survivors of the Indian residential school system, and to commemorate those who didn’t return home‼️‼️

Every year on September 30, people across Canada wear orange and participate in Orange Shirt Day events to recognize and raise awareness about the history and legacies of the residential school system in Canada. Orange Shirt Day originates from the story of Phyllis Webstad from the Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation.

Four things you can do on Orange Shirt Day
  1. Wear an orange shirt on September 30. …
  2. Watch a virtual event online with the children in your life. …
  3. Share Phyllis Webstad’s Orange Shirt Day presentation. …
  4. Read Phyllis’s story “The Orange Shirt Story

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