Orange Shirt Day - Virtual Presentation
Life Speaker and Residential School Survivor, Tim Poitras from Muscowpetung First Nation, speaks with students about his residential school experience.
Musician and youth mentor Brad Bellegarde, aka InfoRed, shares his song “I Remember”, honouring his parents as residential school survivors.
The event is streamed live for classes and the general public.
It is brought to you by the Traditional Knowledge Keepers Program supported by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation.
Your class could be invited to visit the museum on September 30 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. to experience the presentation, in-person, with Tim and Brad.
The chosen class will receive:
- Transportation to/from the museum.
- Orange Shirt Day t-Shirts for all students.
- Snack of Bannock and drink.
- Additional programming in the First Nations Gallery with museum staff.
Requirements to apply:
- Grades 6-8.
- Media consent – participants need the proper approval to be filmed and broadcast over the museum’s social media.
- Regina and area schools are eligible for transportation. Schools outside this area are welcome to apply, but must provide their own transportation.
Apply to be the in-person class between September 1-16. The class will be chosen by random draw and notified on Friday, September 17.
To apply, email email@example.com with the following information:
- School Name
- Teacher Name
- Number of students
- Phone number