This past week on September 30,2021, we had truth and reconciliation day in Canada to honour the indigenous children who were abused in public schools. As we remember this horrific past in our history this serves as a reminder how important it is for us to learn from our past.
Around the world there are so many horrific incidents such as Slavery and the Holocaust, just to name a few. Though we continue to make strides enough is not being done to educate the wider population as well as world wide to make sure that generations to come will learn from the past.
First Nations populations still have many issues facing them both in Canada and the states, just as minorities. As we face the truth with regards to the abuse of these children, let us also not just mark it as one day but make an effort to listen more and to start including sensitive history as a part of our schools curriculum.
The only way to understand the past is talk about it openly even if it feels uncomfortable. We must educate the next generation by talking to them openly about how these incidents has shaped us. Our past history matters.
As we move forward let's not forget our past. Let simplicity meets you were you are. . Leave your comments below and let me know your thoughts on how to honour our past history
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