September 20, 2013
Aboriginal Learning Cultural Centre (ALCC), Bldg 77, Gathering Room
1pm to 4pm
The purpose of this research project [digital stories] was for Indigenous youth to identify, integrate, and celebrate strategies of resistance that enabled family and community members to survive in that residential school system. Through digital storytelling, sharing circles, and other arts-based and traditional native methodologies, young Indigenous researchers documented those small and large instances of resistance practiced by residential school inmates. They will also document resistance to residential schools that took place away from the school sites.
Centre for Youth & Society UVic. (2008). Residential School Resistance Narratives: Significance and Strategies for Indigenous Youth. In Uvic Centre for Youth and Society. Retrieved September 13, 2013, from http://youth.society.uvic.ca/node/271.