When We Were Alone
Last Sunday, October 13th, RE joined us in service where they listened to a children's song from Anthony TwoFeathers and a reading of When We Were Alone. This award-winning story shares the perspective of a Cree kókom (grandmother) on the importance of family and culture.
With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, younger school-aged children will be soon doing activities at school to learn about this American holiday. All too often, the information taught about this holiday is in accurate, and can be offensive to many intersections of people.
If you or someone you know would like to approach any schools or teachers about accurately sharing the true history of the holiday, please feel free to contact Sarah Rainey-Smithback at the information below.