Service club building bridges with Indigenous community – The Sarnia Journal

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Service club building bridges with Indigenous community – The Sarnia Journal

by ahnationtalk on October 25, 202136 Views

October 25, 2021

It’s never too late to keep learning.

So says Brian Rae of the Sarnia-Lambton Golden K Kiwanis Club, whose members are committing to broadening their understanding of Indigenous issues.

“We’re a pretty well-educated, well-travelled group,” Rae said of the service club, whose focus is on supporting local youth. “But the closer you get to things, the more you realize what you didn’t know.”

Rae noted a suggestion brought forth last winter — that the club join the growing list of groups that begin meetings with a traditional land acknowledgement.

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