“No child who does not want to be alone should ever have to be” -Sister Geraldine MacNamara
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Today on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Day, many people are walking for Residential School Survivors and those who did not make it home.
In Winnipeg, Rossbrook House staff walked with Executive Director Patty Mainville, alongside former Executive Directors Phil Chiappetta and Sister Lesley Sacouman.
"It is a day to reflect on our commitment of learning the truths and making a better tomorrow for all our youth," Patty said.
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Learning Always program participants created this gorgeous new art that is proudly hanging up at Rossbrook House. Each feather was painted in memory of their family members who attended residential schools.
The program meets twice a week with the ages of participants ranging from 7 to 15. Learning about Indigenous culture and history is part of this popular learning program that also provides reading, spelling, and math skills. ... See MoreSee Less
Absolutely stunning work!!
In 1976 Sister Geraldine MacNamara and a group of inner city young people created Rossbrook House, a neighbourhood drop-in centre with a simple mission: “No child who does not want to be alone, should ever have to be.”