Join us to view this special exhibit of artifacts of learning created by students at Ucluelet Secondary School, after listening to personal stories from Knowledge Holders and residential school Survivors. These artifacts include poetry, orange shirts, research projects, and investigations into the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls To Action.

Additionally, view the newest exhibit from the Legacy of Hope Foundation: Indian Day Schools in Canada – an Introduction.

Watch this introduction to the exhibit by Jason Sam, who works with students at Ucluelet Secondary School.

Come to the Opening Reception October 13th from 3:00 pm-6:00 pm.
Drumming & poetry readings by students and Tofino’s Poet Laureate at 3:15pm.
RSVP here: https://tinyurl.com/y4fwkhra 
Poetry books and orange t-shirts designed by USS student Koyah Morgan-Bank are available for purchase at the exhibit or online. All proceeds will support student-led National Truth and Reconciliation projects & exhibits at Ucluelet Secondary School.

This exhibit is possible thanks to a partnership with the Clayoquot Biosphere Trust, Ucluelet Secondary School, and the Legacy of Hope Foundation.

About Jason Sam:

I work as a Program Coordinator with the Clayoquot Biosphere Trust (CBT); a few of my priorities in my role include empowering youth as well as working towards the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action. Both of those priorities make for a strong connection to Ucluelet Secondary School (USS). Prior to working at the CBT, I worked at USS for 9 years. I am a member of the Ahousaht First Nation. 

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