Write a message for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

This "I am an Ally" message board will remain a permanent feature of the Indigenous Initiatives website, and the McGill community is invited to submit messages at any time. 

Stephen Peters (Faculty)

29 Sep 2021

I understand reconciliation as a process, as something that people do rather than achieve. Part of that doing is, of course, trying to understand the violence of Canadian colonialism past and...

Jim Nicell (Dean, Faculty of Engineering)

29 Sep 2021

What does Reconciliation mean to you personally?...

Jill Hanley (Faculty)

29 Sep 2021

What does Reconciliation mean to you personally?...

Sara Marcil-Johnson (Staff)

29 Sep 2021

What does Reconciliation mean to you personally?...

Nathan Adams (Student)

29 Sep 2021

What does Reconciliation mean to you personally?...

Afees Akinola Agboola (Student)

29 Sep 2021

What does Reconciliation mean to you personally?...

Andrew Carkner (Student)

29 Sep 2021

What does Reconciliation mean to you personally?...

Suzanne Morton (Faculty)

28 Sep 2021

I’m not sure reconciliation is possible at this point. Non-Indigenous people living in northern North America need to do more listening and remain open to being very uncomfortable. The Canadian...

Terri Givens (Faculty)

28 Sep 2021

What does Reconciliation mean to you personally?...

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