Tsleil-Waututh Nation Lead Powerful Pilgrimage Walk In North Vancouver

By Elisia Seeber, North Shore News. -

A sea of orange flowed down Dollarton Highway on Sept. 30 as members of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation community, and family members from Musqueam and Squamish nations, took part in a pilgrimage walk [...]

Discovery Of Mass Graves Reinforces Need For Truth And Reconciliation

By Equal Justice Initiative. -

One hundred years after the Tulsa Massacre, a team of scientists has discovered the remains of 27 people believed to be murdered by the white mob that destroyed the prosperous Black neighborhood [...]

France Vows ‘Symbolic Actions,’ No Apologies For Colonisation Of Algeria

By Adlène Meddi, Middle East Eye. -

On Wednesday, French President Emmanuel Macron received a much anticipated report on France’s 132-year colonial rule of Algeria and the war that led to Algeria’s independence in 1962, as part of [...]

California Truth, Healing Council Begins Historic Work

By Kolby KickingWoman, Indian Country Today. -

Two years ago, California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a formal apology to tribes in the state for atrocities committed against them and for the history of genocide and oppression they endured. He [...]

Book Review: “On The Judgment Of History”

By Scott McLemee, Inside Higher Ed. -

The scene in Charlottesville, Va., three years ago -- the Confederate flags, the tiki-torch Nazis, the lethal use of a car against counterdemonstrators -- left Joan Wallach Scott feeling [...]

Truth & Reconciliation Coming To America From The Grassroots

By Fania E. Davis, www.theguardian.com -

All over the US, we are witnessing the dawn of a truth and reconciliation movement. There is a rising chorus of voices that is helping us to collectively face an epidemic of racial violence, [...]

Is Truth And Reconciliation Helping First Nations In Canada?

By Connie Walker www.cbc.ca -

My mother being a survivor and through the hardship that she’s encountered, I definitely carry a pain that she carries without the action being [done to] me … but in saying that she has also [...]