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Friday, November 2 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Leadership Session 2: Why bother with truth and reconciliation in the non-profit sector?

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Museums play a vital role in housing memories, and they must be responsible for ensuring the memories presented are not selective. Staff from the Learning Department at the Royal Ontario Museum will share their humble efforts to decolonize and indigenize educational programming, pedagogies, and systems. The department aims to assist visitors in fostering compassion and critical reflection about the social injustices still endured by Indigenous populations today who have been displaced in their own lands. Join us for a discussion how departmental strategic priorities and systemic changes must be addressed in tandem to authentically engage Indigenous communities in this era of reconciliation.



Speakers
avatar for Wendy Ng

Wendy Ng

Manager, Learning, Royal Ontario Museum
Wendy is an educator and advocate for diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion in the non-profit sector with education experience in classrooms, museums, and galleries. She is currently the Manager of the Learning Department at the Royal Ontario Museum.  Since November 2013... Read More →
avatar for J'net AyAy Qwa Yak Sheelth

J'net AyAy Qwa Yak Sheelth

Indigenous Outreach & Learning Coordinator, Royal Ontario Museum
J'net AyAyQwaYakSheelth (One who gives away and still stands tall) is the Indigenous Outreachand Learning Coordinator at the Royal Ontario Museum. As part of the Learning Department,J'net leads the development and implementation of relevant Indigenous content andperspectives in School... Read More →


Friday November 2, 2018 11:15am - 12:00pm
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Attendees (6)