About the Event
Join Lorelei Boyce from the Secwepemc Nation and owner of Aboriginal Empowerment, for a one-hour online presentation and ceremony to honour the 215 Indigenous children whose remains were found on the grounds of the Kamloops Indian Residential School. We will hold a candlelight vigil so please prepare items to participate.
As a Survivor of St. Joseph’s Mission in Williams Lake, Lorelei knows first-hand the horrific experience of residential school. As a way of healing herself, Lorelei has dedicated her life’s practice as a registered clinical counsellor in Secwepemc territory, to the counseling and healing of Survivors. Lorelei will share her life’s observations and knowledges both as a Survivor and counselling professional, to help JIBC courageously speak out against Indigenous injustices and take action for change.
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