Caring Across Boundaries at Congress
Andrea Auger, Reconciliation and Research Manager, First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada
The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society (the Caring Society) is thrilled to be a part of the 2015 Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences. We invite attendees to see the “Caring Across Boundaries” photo exhibition that brings viewers closer to the lived realities and aspirations of three First Nations communities: Attawapiskat First Nation (Ontario), Carrier Sekani Nations (British Columbia) and Tobique First Nation (New Brunswick). Seen through the lens of internationally renowned photographer Liam Sharp, members of the First Nations invite people to take positive steps towards reconciliation and a future of wellbeing for First Nations and all children and youth in Canada.
Here is a sneak-peak at some of the images from the exhibition:
Caring Across Boundaries has been made possible through the support and volunteer time of renowned photographer Liam Sharp and the First Nations communities of Attawapiskat, Ontario; Carrier-Sekani Family Services: a branch society of the Carrier-Sekani Tribal Council, British Columbia; and, Tobique First Nation, New Brunswick. For more information, contact the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society: [email protected] or visit www.fncaringsociety.com.