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Maddi Grier

SFU Student
Arts + Social Sciences › Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, Communication, Art + Technology › Communication

Heather Jude

SFU Alumnus
Communication, Art + Technology › Communication

Athena Sfikas

SFU Student

OLC Editor

SFU Staff
OLC Editor


Submitted by OLC Editor on 24 April 2018
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Reconciliation has been on the radar since June 2008 in Canada, but what is reconciliation and how exactly do we put it into practice? With the complex issues Indigenous people face in modern day society, and the trickling effects of the past, the concept of reconciliation and the actions that surround it, some would argue has yet to find, or be, a resolution.

As part of questioning the methods, meanings and actions put forward by government to date, we follow three community voices who offer more insight into reconciliation as a topic, issue, and reality.

Made by Maddi Grier, who is from the Blackfoot confederacy and majoring in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies, and Communications, at Simon Fraser University, this short film takes a hard look at the question: Can we reach reconciliation?