‘Weaving a Story of Indigenous Hope’ – A Special Evening Featuring Indigenous Speakers

Topics Include ‘Truth & Reconcilliation’ and ‘Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Women & Children’

  • At Grace Mennonite Church in St. Catharines , Ontario– Tuesday, November 1st

An Outreach Initiative of the BRIDGE OF HOPE, the Refugee Sponsorship Organization of  Muslims, Mennonites and Quakers in the Niagara Area

Posted October 25th, 2016 on Niagara At Large

Karl Dockstader, seen here at a rally to save the Thundering Waters Forest in Niagara Falls, Ontario this summer, is one of the speakers at the November 1st event.

Karl Dockstader, seen here at a rally to save the Thundering Waters Forest in Niagara Falls, Ontario this summer, is one of the speakers at the November 1st Bridge of Hope event.

Niagara, Ontario – There is an event scheduled for Tuesday November 1st at 7:30 p.m. that has been designed to help us all understand better,  the past and future of First Nations peoples in Canada.

Two Indigenous presenters will describe historic treaties and events and how they influence the present and future.

You will hear how this century brings Hope to right many wrongs and respect the Treaties signed by First Nations and the Colonial Crown which helped form our country.

Learn more about:

  • -the Truth and Reconciliation process,
  • -the Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Children,
  • -the United Nations -Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  • -The Doctrine of Discovery which allowed European takeover of traditional territories.

Kelly Davis of the Cayuga Nation / Wolf Clan and Karl Dockstader of the Oneida Nation / Bear Clan, will make a presentations entitled WEAVING A STORY OF INDIGENOUS HOPE.

After their presentation they will be available to answer Questions and enter into conversation with those in attendance

The evening is scheduled for Tuesday, November 1 at 7:30 pm at

Grace Mennonite Church in St.. Catharines, Ontario on 677 Niagara Street

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