*Sources aimed at a post-secondary level
You Tube Readings from the Final Report on The Truth and Reconciliation Commission (2015)
- “Life stories, testimonies, and witnessing as teachings”, pp. 321-325
- “Residential school commemoration projects”, pp. 332-334
- “Witnessing and expressions of reconciliation”, pp. 33-35
- “Apology to Action”, pp. 263-264
- “The National Truth and Reconciliation Centre”, pp. 264-7
- “Canada’s national archives: Sharing Aboriginal history”, pp. 303-304
Dr. Audra Simpson, Lecture “Reconciliation and its Discontents: Settler Governance in an Age of Sorrow” University of Saskatchewan
“Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action” (available online as pdf through link)
Walsh, Andrea. 2009. “Healthy Bodies, Strong Citizens: Okanagan Children’s Drawings and the Canadian Red Cross”. In Depicting Canada’s Children, edited by Loren Lerner, pp. 279-30
Flowers, Rachel. 2015. “Refusal to Forgive: Indigenous Women’s Love and Rage.” Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society 4(2):32-49.
Korpan, Cynthia Joanne. 2009. Authentic Culture: The Inkameep Plays as Canadian Indian Folk Drama. MA Thesis. University of Victoria.
de Leeuw, Sarah. 2009. Artful Places: Creativity and Colonialism in British Columbia’s Indian Residential Schools. PhD Dissertation. Queen’s University.
Smith, Lisa-Marie. 2004. Portrait of a teacher: Anthony Walsh and the Inkameep Indian Day School, 1932-1942. MA Thesis. University of Victoria.
Thomas, Robina Qwul’sih’yah’maht. 2000. Storytelling in the Spirit of Wise Woman: Experiences of Kuper Island Residential School. MA Thesis. University of Victoria