The Legacy of Hope Foundation (LHF) recognizes that these are unprecedented times, but we want you to know that our work is continuing. We remain steadfast in our commitment to end racism, support healing and to foster Reconciliation in Canada. This year marks our 20-year Anniversary and we want you to be part of the solution!
Since July 17, 2000, LHF has worked with Survivors and partners to educate Canadians about the history of, and existing impacts, from Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit, and Métis) children attending Residential School; children being removed from their family, home, and culture by what is now referred to as the Sixties Scoop and about the continued abuse Indigenous children experienced while at subsequent Day Schools. This has negatively affected up to seven generations of Indigenous families, their children and grand-children, their communities and Nations. The LHF is continuing to raise awareness of these facts in order to build more respectful relationships, support human rights, and to improve the lives of Indigenous Peoples.
Even during this pandemic, the LHF is continuing to produce high quality exhibitions, curricula, and other resources from our homes while tele-working, so that we can support teachers, governments, businesses, and unions in their attempts to address discrimination and injustices so as to contribute to the equality and dignity of all.
We need your help, now more than ever, to keep the momentum going as we walk this journey together toward Reconciliation.
Meegwetch, Nakurmiik, Wela’lin, Marsi Cho, Tansi, Merci, Thank you,