June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada.
This year, National Indigenous History Month is dedicated to the missing children, the families left behind and the survivors of residential schools.
Mark this National Indigenous History Month and National Indigenous Peoples Day (June 21) by exploring more about the rich and diverse cultures, voices, experiences and histories of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples:
- Read: Discover e-books and resources that share the culture, histories, lands and languages of Indigenous communities.
- Listen: Experience descriptive storytelling through podcasts and audio clips.
- Watch: See intriguing visuals and movies from Indigenous artists.
- Try: Try out crafts and multimedia activities for all ages.
Also visit our previously published articles and learn:
- What is Land Acknowledgement and why it is important.
- About the Indigenous Languages Resource Centre at CPL and online resources about Treaty 7 languages.
Word of the Day:Intriguing: fascinating, interesting
*Information in this post is partially based on the content of this website National Indigenous History Month 2021 (rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca) on June 1, 2021.