Why It Matters To Me: Reta Van Every speaks at London’s City Symposium

On October 12, 2012, the Nah duh mah duh win committee’s  Reta Van Every spoke at City Symposium’s, How to Make a City Awesome. Reta spoke with bravery as she shared her personal story of being a residential school survivor and why the work of building community capacity around the history and legacy of residential schools matters to her. To see Reta’s presentation, please click on the link below:


A big thank you to Reta for sharing this. You resilency and hard work continues to inspire all of us who are working for social change.


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