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Why Does Reconciliation Matter to Me?

"Over the past three years I've been wrestling with my role in Reconciliation as an emerging teacher in Canada and my identity within Canada’s past- that is, what can I as a young, white, idealistic Christian woman do? All of these identifiers set me apart as ‘the other’."

We had a number of fantastic entries to our Truth and Reconciliation Commmission contest. This one is presented in the form of a Prezi. Enjoy Janessa's reflections! (Progress through the Prezi using the arrows.)

[Image: Flickr user hherbzilla]

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