Orange Shirt Day and Beyond

By Noa Daniel

Passionate educators connect weekly to address questions, explore perspectives and learn from each other.

The Orange Shirt Day movement started in 2013 to highlight the pain and suffering of thousands of Indigenous children who were sent to residential school throughout the last century.

This week, Noa Daniel is joined by Colinda Clyne, Pam Agawa and Lisa Howell to discuss how Orange Shirt Day can be seen as a way of moving the conversation about Indigenous peoples, histories and contemporary contexts.