What does reconciliation mean to me?
Watch video submissions from the campus community, and add your own comments below
What's the project all about?
In response to the question, “What Does Reconciliation Mean to Me?” students, faculty and staff are invited to share reconciliation stories and commitments in a two-to-five-minute video.
Accepting video submissions until June 1, 2021.
Review of video submissions and contacting successful storytellers.
Videos will be uploaded to YouTube, then shared here, on the website.
Stories will be shared through an online screening event and, subsequently, videos will be offered as impactful teaching tools, both on and off campus.
Submit your Video!
Create your video in any format - just make certain it answers the quest: "What does Reconciliation Mean to Me?", is three to five minutes in length, and addresses one of the themes of transforming knowing, doing, connecting or being. Examples are available below. Complete the media release form so we are able to share your creation and then submit the form and your video below.
Video Submission Gallery
Watch a video and then comment below!
Yvonne Poitras Pratt
Liza Lorenzetti Family Video
Let us know your thoughts after watching a video
The first 100 who submit positive responses to the videos will be gifted an orange t-shirt. These t-shirts will be available at the Werklund School of Education (Education Students Association office: Education Tower 202B)
Collection of personal information
Your personal information is collected under the authority of section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have any questions about the collection or use of this information, please visit our Access to Information page.
In keeping with the Indigenous Strategy at the University of Calgary, this project and the videos submitted are a contemporary way to share narratives and commitments to reconciliation. Storytelling connects ways of knowing, doing and being, all of which are essential to move forward with our roles in reconciliation.