We Stand Together
It’s time to start the conversation.
Join Free The Children and Martin Aboriginal Education Initiative (MAEI) from February 24 to March 7, 2014, as we break down the barriers to starting a dialogue about Aboriginal culture, rights, experiences and history.
Each weekday from February 24 to March 7, 2014, Free The Children will email a daily fact about Aboriginal Peoples’ culture, experiences, rights and history to all registered campaign participants. Each fact will be accompanied by background information to help you dig deeper to gain a better understanding of the experiences of Aboriginal Peoples. These daily facts will also be sent out in advance to help you prepare for the campaign.Sign up now
Why should you join the conversation?
1,400,685 people across Canada identified themselves as either First Nations, Métis, or Inuit. Together, Canada’s Aboriginal peoples comprise the fastest growing segment of Canada’s population, with youth making up a large proportion. This generation of youth is an essential part of Canada’s future. It’s time to learn from our past and build a future together.
We Stand Together resources
Below you’ll find all of the resources you need for a successful We Stand Together campaign, including a how-to guide, educational resources and much more!
We Stand Together How-To Guide
We Stand Together Sample Activity
We Stand Together One Pager
We Stand Together Impact Poster
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