Youth Reconciliation Council aimed at future leaders: board members – Kenora Daily Miner

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April 28, 2019

If you were to ask Will Landon to break down the term reconciliation, he would tell you it means repairing damaged relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people — while building new ones.

Twenty-five-year-old Landon and 24-year-old Jacob Boutwell are board members of a new, city-supported Youth Reconciliation Council, an offshoot of Azhe-mino-gahbewewin/Reconciliation Kenora.

The two helped organize a two-day workshop — which ran April 27 and 28 — aimed at bringing together young people interested in learning about reconciliation in the Kenora area. It featured speakers, a documentary screening and conversation.

The workshop, and the council as a whole, is focused on finding ways to develop healthy relationships between young non-Indigenous people and young Indigenous people who will one day be community leaders.

Read More: https://www.kenoradailyminerandnews.com/news/local-news/youth-reconciliation-council-aimed-at-future-leaders-board-members

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